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Since 1981 Club Car Golf Carts have positioned their serial numbers just under the glove box on the passengers side of the vehicle. The first two numbers (not letters) indicate the last two digits of the year of manufacture.
On Club Car Golf Carts prior to 1981, you can find the serial number by raising the seat and locating the aluminum, I-beam frame section closest to the batteries on the driver's side of the car. If the serial number plate has been removed, you can confirm it is a 1975-1980 model if it has two brake pedals and one accelerator pedal.
THE BATTERIES ARE RUN IN SERIES THAT MEANS THAT THE WIRES GO POS. TO NEG. NEG. TO POS. STARTING IN THE BACK AND THEY RUN LIKE THIS TILL YOU GET TO THE OUTPUT FROM BATTERIES TO MOTORS THE CURRENT GOES IN ONE SIDE OF BATTERY AND OUT THE OTHER BY CONECTING ALL POSITIVES YOU MAY HAVE JUST KILLED THE BATTERIES
Need to know what year the club car is. No drawings are in the owner's manual and there are no free service manuals available.
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