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Unread 09-21-2015, 03:16 PM   #11
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Default Re: Installed lift on my club cart and now it won't move

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Didn't see your post before I posted mine. Thank you guys so much for the help. I am a member of a lot of automotive forums, but this one is by far the friendliest and most helpful! So is the blue wire F2?
Thanks. Yes typically the blue wire is F2. As long as you've got the F1 on the motor hooked to the S1 on the controller, with F2 to S2, you're good to go.
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Unread 09-21-2015, 03:18 PM   #12
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Default Re: Installed lift on my club cart and now it won't move

I just looked at a few models and years wiring diagrams and Club Car used the Blue and Orange colors interchangeably for F1 and F2.

As long as the cart is going forward when the FNR is in Forward, you are OK.

Check the torque on the rear axle bolts periodically, specially if your lift has a single U-Bolt or 2 bolts per side instead of the 4-bolt design.

Some lifted carts have a tendency to develop what we refer to as an "axle twist" if the U-bolts get a little loose.

The rear axle can rotate or twist causing the rear brakes to lock and/or a pulsating feeling on the brake pedal as you apply the brakes.
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Unread 09-21-2015, 05:06 PM   #13
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I just looked at a few models and years wiring diagrams and Club Car used the Blue and Orange colors interchangeably for F1 and F2.

As long as the cart is going forward when the FNR is in Forward, you are OK.

Check the torque on the rear axle bolts periodically, specially if your lift has a single U-Bolt or 2 bolts per side instead of the 4-bolt design.

Some lifted carts have a tendency to develop what we refer to as an "axle twist" if the U-bolts get a little loose.

The rear axle can rotate or twist causing the rear brakes to lock and/or a pulsating feeling on the brake pedal as you apply the brakes.
Ok, ill put a few miles on it and then re-torque all the bolts. Thanks again!
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