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A 2007 Club Car golf cart

Motor Generator shows 16 volts when running , Battery show only about 12.5 volts when running, I have replaced voltage regulator and is still the same. Gas golf cart

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SOURCE: wiring diagram

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

good luck

Wiring diagram

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Posted on Jul 24, 2008

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SOURCE: need a club car golf cart service manual

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Posted on Oct 18, 2008

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SOURCE: complete wiring diagram for a 1990 36volts club car golf cart

http://cartaholics.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=1880&hl=green+wire

See if this helps. Good luck!!

Posted on Jun 30, 2009

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SOURCE: Need a schematic for a club car golf cart

new batteries-36 volts--can,t get power to motor------ help please

Posted on Dec 19, 2009

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SOURCE: club car golf cart intermittent no spark

What you have is a bad ignitor. It is a small part located behind the RPM limiter. Getting to it is a little tricky but I will try to explain. On the front of the motor, you will find 2 10mm bolts holding a black object that is the RPM limiter. Take these two bolts out and you will find the silver part behind the black box. It will have one wire running to it. The reason it is intermittent, is that heat from the engine builds up and the heat causes it to be bad. When it cools down, it will go to running again. The part runs about $50-$70 . Replace and make sure the connection fits snugly and that the wire that was under one of the bolts goes back on.

Posted on Apr 22, 2010

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Wiring diagram


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

good luck

Wiring diagram

f10ed84.jpg

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