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Unread 02-19-2016, 10:14 PM   #21
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Thank you so so much. I'll let you know how it turns out.


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Unread 02-20-2016, 07:30 PM   #22
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One more question, what about the smaller (not larger) white wire from the other side of the selinoids?


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Where does it attach?


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it is the reverse wire if i remember right it was mounted to the drivers frame rail in the battery area , orange wire from micro box also goes to the buzzer
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Okay. Motor seemed to be wired wrong. All the wires from the batteries to the F&R switch to the motor are just like the diagram. I have two questions. There's a small white wire the jumps from the first solenoid to each of the other solenoids and I don't know where to attach it once it comes off the last solenoid. ImageUploadedByTapatalk1456070437.685186.jpg


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Second question. There's a white wire that comes out of the speed box (box with all the micro switch's) that seems to have a factory eyelet. Where does it go? I can't seem to find it on the diagram. ImageUploadedByTapatalk1456070680.289415.jpg


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Default Re: Confusion on f&r switch wiring on early 80's Club Car 36v

all the white wires go to one side of the small terminals on the solenoid
factory colors
yellow would be your white (cream)


the last one goes to the micro switch on the f/r switch

here is my factory color diagram

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Second question. There's a white wire that comes out of the speed box (box with all the micro switch's) that seems to have a factory eyelet. Where does it go? I can't seem to find it on the diagram. Attachment 131573


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edit ... i see your micro box is not wired like mine


it would go to the f/r switch positive (or any 36v + spot )
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it is the reverse wire if i remember right it was mounted to the drivers frame rail in the battery area , orange wire from micro box also goes to the buzzer
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With my motor being a late 70's and the cart being an '81, seems to be causing diagram problems. I've wired the motor, solenoids and F&R switch per your diagrams from earlier in this thread. S2 from motor is attached to the beginning of the solenoid chain. Battery Neg is attached to the end of the chain. Does that sound right so far?


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