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Wiring diagram Wiring Schematic I'm looking for a wiring schematic to install a strerio radio ina Club Car model 2008 Precedent golf cart

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  • davebrindle Jul 24, 2008

    these wiring diagrams do not show the under dash wiring to enable wiring the radio. There must be a 12V +/_ connection there somewhere, I need to know the wires at that point.

  • davebrindle Jul 24, 2008

    this is a GOLF CART not a car, I no how to wire a car stereo, I NEED TO NO THE WIRING FOR A CLUB CAR 2008 PRECEDENT!!!!!!

  • davebrindle Jul 24, 2008

    I need to know how wire the stereo for a GOLF CART NOT A CAR. This is a 2008 Club Car Model Precedent, 48 V system, I know there is a way to wire the stereo because they do it all the time but I don't know which wires in the wiring harness under the dash I need to connect to. Does anybody know?

  • Anonymous Feb 02, 2009

    HELP,HOW DO I REWIRE ALL THE BATTERIES BACK TOGETHER.I PULLED ALL 6 OUT AND CLEANED THE FRAME DO I CONNECT POSITIVE TO POS

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Dave, the link below contains electric golf carts wiring diagram, one here is almost the same with your 08 Precedent like the one below.

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Precedent golf carts have a 48 volt system. Generally they have either 4 twelve volt batteries or 6 eight volt batteries under the seat. Unlike automobiles, golf cars do not have a grounded system; the electrical system is isolated from the chassis. This means you will have to run both the positive and the negative wires from your source to the stereo. Some carts come with a "converter" described below, check with Club Car or your dealer to see if yours came equipped with one. Club Car and their dealers are generally very helpful about answering questions like this. One way to check is if your car has an accessory 12v outlet (cig lighter). If it does, you have a converter. You can also tap into this circuit for your power if you aren't connecting amps and such, they would draw too much power. If yours doesn't have a converter, then follow one of the procedures below.

If your car has 4 twelve volt batteries you can simply connect your stereo to the positive and negative posts of one of the batteries and you will have a working system. Most "experts" do not recommend this method; it causes an uneven draw on your battery pack and the battery you draw the power from will not last quite as long as the rest of the pack.

The recommended method is to purchase a voltage converter. This is the only option if you have 8 volt batteries and want to power your stereo from your battery pack. This converter connects to your 48 volt system and converts it to 12 volts for your accessories. This draws on all of your batteries equally and is better for battery life.

Another option is to purchase a separate deep cycle battery, such as the Optima, and mount it in your cart just for the options. The nice thing about this method is that it does not take any of the power from your battery pack, thereby having no effect on range. It not too hard to find a place to mount an extra battery and a $30 auto battery charger will keep it charged. Just plug it in when you plug in the cart to charge.

A good source of information are the BuggiesUnlimited.com foums. They have some wiring diagrams posted, if yours is not there ask and someone will post it.

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There is another method to connect your radio. Under the cover where the run/tow switch is, there is a blue wire that is not connected to anything (assuming that no one has connected anything that requires 12 volts yet. Connect this wire to the front battery on the passenger side, Should be a wire already there on the neg post but not connected. This connection supplies 12 v to the wiring harness. Now remove the three screws holding the dash on,( torx screws) should be a plastic connector thats not connected. I forget the colors maybe white and black but two outside pins should give you 12 volts, use a voltmeter to check.

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You have to buy a 12 volt converter to install a radio on a 48 volt system. I bought mine on e-bay to put my radio on my 2001 Club Car. Garry

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I have a '96 ford taurus that came stock with the jbl sound system. i have the digital climate controls, not the radial dials. i am installing an aftermarket head unit and need to know which wires on the jbl system are which. ive looked at diagram after diagram and none of them have the same color wires that i have in my car.

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Hi,

Pls post back whether you have the electric or gas model.

Thank you for using FixYa.

Posted on Jul 24, 2008

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    Louie Role Jul 24, 2008

    Hi again,

    The Precedent i2L gas model uses a Kawasaki 11.50HP engine with a 12Volts electrical system while the electric operates on 48Volts ((4) 12-volt Trojan Batteries).

    It it is gas and no readily available wiring diagram, use a voltmeter to check for +12VDC; if it were electric, you would need a downverter (48 to 12 DC to DC converter).



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    An alternate to the downverter (48 to 12 DC to DC converter) is to hot wire/tap a separate 12VDCV supply from the + terminal of the battery whose - is directly connected to the ground/chassis (and not to another battery). When wiring the stereo unit, splice/short together the red and yellow wire to the tapped +12

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Negative to positive all the way around until you get to your main positive and negative

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    RF
    Gray/White
    +
    RF
    Gray/Brown
    -
    LF
    Gray/Red
    +
    LF
    Gray/Violet
    -
    RR
    Black/White
    +
    RR
    Black/Brown
    -
    LR
    Black/Red
    +
    LR
    Black/Violet
    -
    MEM
    ACC
    Violet
    +
    GND
    Brown
    -
    Ant
    White
    +


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    Step1Select a stereo and speakers meant for outdoor use. Marine stereos and speakers work well in a golf cart and often include mounts you would otherwise have to buy. Consider models that incorporate a flip up face cover for additional weather protection.

    Step2Decide where you want to mount the stereo and speakers. Cubbies create a more built in look while using a mounting kit gives you the option of overhead and on dash placement. Speakers can be mounted anywhere you're willing to cut a hole but keep usability in mind.

    Step3Run your positive and negative wires from the stereo to the battery. If you have multiple batteries only connect to one. This gives you the 12 volt power your stereo is built for. Run the wires through the body of the golf cart being careful to pull out kinks.

    Step4Pull the speaker wire from the stereo to the speakers. Ensure the wires are secure to avoid falling and dragging or catching in moving parts. Use weather friendly wire and connections to ensure no shorts appear in the future.

    Step5Add subwoofers, amplifiers and video to take your customization to the next level. Watch for local enthusiasts clubs and shows to see other great ideas.

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