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Unread 11-27-2011, 10:08 AM   #1
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I have a Par Car Vin# 5FCLN24A 711000215. I have found a schematic for a Par Car with a Vin# 5FCLN24A 511000181. The schematic looks like my wiring but I just want to make sure I can go by this schematic. Dont want to miss something by not using the right one. Or if someone knows where i could find a service manual. Trying to figure out why my cart won't even click a solenoid. Any help will be greatly appreciated.
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Unread 11-28-2011, 09:41 AM   #2
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Default Re: Par Car VIN # Break

Check out your first post with the reply and link to the manuals.
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I have a Par Car Vin# 5FCLN24A 711000215. I have found a schematic for a Par Car with a Vin# 5FCLN24A 511000181. The schematic looks like my wiring but I just want to make sure I can go by this schematic. Dont want to miss something by not using the right one. Or if someone knows where i could find a service manual. Trying to figure out why my cart won't even click a solenoid. Any help will be greatly appreciated.
The golf car vehicle identification number is located on a metal tag above the left rear tire on the rear frame cross brace on most older models. For others you will find it behind the batteries in the battery bank cavity. We are in the process of creating a chart to show you what year your Columbia/Harley is based on you vehicle identification number.

You can get a precise identification from your VIN at this website... http://www.golfcarcatalog.com/index....ormation_id=63
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