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Unread 10-19-2015, 11:10 PM   #1
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the positive side of the solenoid, does that connect to the main battery positive post?

i bought this car from a dealer and he said the solenoid and the forward and reverse switch was bad. he told me that it was a 36 volt resister cart single model. i dont know the year or model.

all the wires are connected but the wire from the positive side of the solenoid is missing and not sure were that lead would connect. i am assuming to the positive side of the main battery

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Unread 10-19-2015, 11:20 PM   #2
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location of seral number ... we can tell the year from it



resistor cart was a DS 88-03

here is the wiring diagram for the resistor cart
the solenoids large posts are wired to the f/r switch and the V-glide
the small posts wire to the f/r limit switch and the V-glide micro switch


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thanks i will get the serial # tomorrow. it looks to me as if the positive side of the solenoid goes to the speed switch and the negative side to the forward?reverse switch?

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remember DC current flows negative to positive
so negative from battery pack goes to motor then coils then v-glide (speed switch) then to solenoid to f/r switch back to pack positive
f/r controls the direction of motor

note: reverse is 18v ( green cable from f/r switch)
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These solenoids have no polarity for the most part. Certainly the one(s) in this level cart do not have any polarity so either side can be used for + or - wires with no regard to the big wire destination.
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both posts at 1120....but yeah , you beat me....only because it took me extra time to steal YOUR wiring diagram and post it...
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Thanks for all the info. Here is the ser # A8951195889.

I want to make sure i have the right wiring diagram for this cart.

Thanks for any additional help.

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Thanks for all the info. Here is the ser # A8951195889.

I want to make sure i have the right wiring diagram for this cart.

Thanks for any additional help.

David
A = Club Car DS 36v
89 = 1989
51 = week of production ( yours was last week for the 89 model year )

yes that is the correct diagram for your cart

btw : it is a very good cart and you have a wide range of mods you can do to it
if f/r switch is bad as guy said you can get a new one
replace solenoid with a 36v one not a automotive one
i use dave (TahoeDawgZ71) at Revolution Golf Cars for club car parts

http://www.revolutiongolfcars.com/

Email: info@revolutiongolfcars.com
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