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Unread 04-10-2016, 03:46 PM   #1
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I have a Hitachi MT320-07 motor on my 81 club car and I am trying to finish my conversion and not totally understanding how to hook the cable from the motor up. I found 1 mark that says f1 but no a1 or s1 and so on. Any help on how to hook the motor back up would be greatly appreciated. Thank in advance

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Unread 04-10-2016, 03:51 PM   #2
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Picture? Does it have four terminals? The two nearest the end should be A1 ad A2. The other two should be F1 and F2. As long as you get the A and F connections right, the polarity between 1 and 2 isn't important. If it runs backwards, reverse either A1 and A2 or F1 and F2.
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Top 2 connections


Bottom 2 the one on the right says f2



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The white wire in the top photo is one of the Armature connections The black next to it is a Field connection. The second A is the left one in the bottom photo. The label says it is a Series motor so the Field goes in Series with the Armature. That is why your Field wires are as large in diameter as the Armature wires.
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Forgive my ignorance but the fields is going to be the same as the S1.

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Field is called either S1 and S2 or F1 and F2. On your Series motor, they are usually called S1 and S2.
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Volt is correct. This is the same response I gave on the phone and again in the email. Follow the install diagram substituting S1 and S2 with F1 and F2. If you need a copy of the install wire diagram just send me an email request.
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