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Unread 01-07-2016, 12:32 PM   #1
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Default Club Car F/R Control Switch Maintenance

Is there any maintenance required on the Club Car F/R reverse control switch? My cart is a DS upgraded to 700 AMP FSIP controller, heavy duty Scotty B solenoid, #2 welding cables throughout. I'm using the standard Club Car heavy duty switch.
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Unread 01-07-2016, 01:59 PM   #2
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Default Re: Club Car F/R Control Switch Maintenance

Make sure the wires on the pivot points don't wear out and start to fray at the terminals. Spray WD-40 on the contacts from time to time to keep it operating smoothly. That's about it.
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Default Re: Club Car F/R Control Switch Maintenance

Thanks for the response - I have had to repair the ends from fraying as the switch moved back and forth it fatigued the copper wire strands. I know the copper standoffs that the cables attach to are suppose to rotate somewhat, correct? But how much should they rotate? Mine are pretty tight! When you say spray WD-40 (Water Displacement formula 40) on the contacts, what exactly do you mean? Thanks
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Default Re: Club Car F/R Control Switch Maintenance

Tight is not a problem. They're supposed to be snug, but they will rotate. Spray WD 40 on the four copper contacts on the back of the F&R switch where the connections are made with your pivoting contactors.
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