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Unread 02-19-2016, 09:03 PM   #11
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Default Re: Confusion on f&r switch wiring on early 80's Club Car 36v

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It seems to, but the group of micro switches at the top, would those be in a box mounted to the frame that a rod from the accelerator goes into?
Yep they're all in there
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Unread 02-19-2016, 09:03 PM   #12
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So, it seems like I must have an '81 frame with a '78 axle/motor?
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I've never seen a motor like that, can you get a brand or any numbers off of it?
Yeah that's one of the old GE's with the removable brush "inspection" covers
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I know it's asking a lot, but the F&R switch in the pic seems to be upside down from mine. Any way the wires could be identified? S1 to ... S2 to .... A1 to ... Etc?
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Where do the wires from the key attach and where do the wires from the micro switch mounted on the F&R go?


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it monts to the f/r switch in the 2 holes
one wire to key switch other to micro switches

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So, battery positive to key, key to micro, micro to speed box?


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