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Unread 03-08-2016, 05:03 PM   #1
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Default 48 volt club car solenoid wiring help

In the process of installing a new Super Heavy duty solenoid, 1997 Club Car 48 volt. Just want to make sure I have the wiring correct. Does below look correct?

Positive Large terminal post
 Battery cable goes from positive side of solenoid to positive #1 battery
 Small green to key switch
 Small red wire from OBC
Positive Small terminal post
 Small red wire to controller #1 spade connector
 Small white/black to micro switch F/R switch
Negative Large terminal post
 Large yellow cable to controller B+
Negative Small terminal post
 Small yellow wire to #3 controller spade connector
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Unread 03-08-2016, 05:14 PM   #2
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Default Re: 48 volt club car solenoid wiring help

Both Large Posts on the Solenoid are "positive", they are just on different sides of a big ON/OFF switch.

Other than that the description of the wires is correct.

You are also missing:
The "Pre-Charge" resistor that goes on the big solenoid posts.
The diode that goes on the small solenoid posts (striped side of the diode on the small post with the red wire to controller terminal #1).
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Default Re: 48 volt club car solenoid wiring help

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Both Large Posts on the Solenoid are "positive", they are just on different sides of a big ON/OFF switch.

Other than that the description of the wires is correct.

You are also missing:
The "Pre-Charge" resistor that goes on the big solenoid posts.
The diode that goes on the small solenoid posts (striped side of the diode on the small post with the red wire to controller terminal #1).
Thanks for the response!
I have the pre-charge resistor on the big solenoid posts, and the diode located between the two smaller posts. The Solenoid is from Scottyb, Super Heavy duty, so the small diode has the red end attached to the side of the solenoid that has the cable running to positive battery #1. I do have a small red wire from the small post going to controller terminal #1, its on the same side as the large post going to battery #1 positive.
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Unread 03-12-2016, 08:29 AM   #4
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Default Re: 48 volt club car solenoid wiring help

The solenoid should have come with install instruction which tells what color wire your positive (+) activation wire is. See below
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