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Recently purchased a used 1995 Western 36v golf cart. Installed new batteries, but cart wont run. Solenoid is good. Help or link to a wiring diagram or service manual would be greatly appreciated.

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SOURCE: 36 volt ezgo

First of all, lift rear axle off the ground and place blocks or jack stands underneath. Check to see if you have 36 volts On your batteries. Now you want to run a jumper across the big cables on the solenoid. Press the accelerator and the motor should engage. Clicking is a pretty sure sign that the solenoid is bad. Please let me know if this is useful. I can further elaborate more troubleshooting if this doesn't solve your problem.

Posted on Nov 09, 2014

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SOURCE: I need a wiring schematic for a 2002 ULB Vantage golf cart. It has new batteries but does not go forward or reverse. It has power to the motor.

Check with Alpine Auto Werkstatt in Dayton, TN. They have the answer

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SOURCE: On my 36V club cart the cable from the motor to the battery gets extremely hot

Sounds like either the cable connections at the battery/s need to be cleaned to bright metal or this is a sign the controller, and or drive motor is beginning to fail. Hot means something close to a "short" is drawing a very high current.

Posted on May 05, 2015

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