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Unread 02-19-2016, 12:31 PM   #1
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Default Confusion on f&r switch wiring on early 80's Club Car 36v

From reading on here, my tag number says my cart is an 81. I've seen the wiring diagram for 81-85 CC 36v but it doesn't seem to work with my cart. The main difference I see is my motors wire lugs don't line up like in the diagram. Could I possible have a later model motor? And if so, would that affect the wiring or is S1 always gonna be S1 and A2 will always be A2? I can't seem to find a year on my motor to see if when its from. My cart has the selinoids lined up between the batteries and the motor if that help. This is a project cart that I'd love to get going for the kids.

Also, the micro switch on the F&R seems to be broke, can I bypass this as well?

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Unread 02-19-2016, 12:50 PM   #2
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Default Re: Confusion on f&r switch wiring on early 80's Club Car 36v

I'm attaching a couple of pic to show what I am working with.
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Unread 02-19-2016, 12:51 PM   #3
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And the F&R switch
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Default Re: Confusion on f&r switch wiring on early 80's Club Car 36v

These are some of the simplest carts to work on once you know how they work. In your pic of the motor, is it bolted to the transaxle?
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Yes it is.
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I've never seen a motor like that, can you get a brand or any numbers off of it?
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Default Re: Confusion on f&r switch wiring on early 80's Club Car 36v

i think this is the motor for your photo


you can by-pass the micro switch for testing only
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Can you make out the plate data?
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Can you make out the plate data?
Yes, all that looks good, does crash's diagram match?
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Unread 02-19-2016, 09:01 PM   #10
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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?
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