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Unread 05-17-2016, 10:09 PM   #21
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Unread 05-17-2016, 10:15 PM   #22
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Yes, specially if the roll-away brake does not work either.



The OBC lockout has failed.



Remove the OBC 6-pin connector and put a large paper clip between the Blue and the White wires on the harness side connector.


Thanks Sergio! I'll give that a shot tomorrow when I get home.
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Let us know what you find. I have a feeling it'll run when you bypass the OBC. If that does the trick, the correct OBC replacement is a 103359401. You definitely need to replace the MCOR. It appears that the microswitch has failed at some point in the past so somebody bypassed it so the car would run. If the potentiometer within the MCOR ever fails and starts to fluctuate, it's possible to have a runaway cart. The microswitch is a very important safety feature within the MCOR. The MCOR on your vehicle isn't made anymore by Club Car, the correct replacement part would be an MCOR4 conversion kit, part number AM293101.
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Let us know what you find. I have a feeling it'll run when you bypass the OBC. If that does the trick, the correct OBC replacement is a 103359401. You definitely need to replace the MCOR. It appears that the microswitch has failed at some point in the past so somebody bypassed it so the car would run. If the potentiometer within the MCOR ever fails and starts to fluctuate, it's possible to have a runaway cart. The microswitch is a very important safety feature within the MCOR. The MCOR on your vehicle isn't made anymore by Club Car, the correct replacement part would be an MCOR4 conversion kit, part number AM293101.


Thanks tahoedawg for chiming in! I'll check that this afternoon. Is it just like Sergio said? I'll probably be visiting your site once I get it figured out.
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Thanks tahoedawg for chiming in! I'll check that this afternoon. Is it just like Sergio said? I'll probably be visiting your site once I get it figured out.
Yes, Sergio is a wizard. Listen to everything he says. He won't steer you wrong.
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Yes, Sergio is a wizard. Listen to everything he says. He won't steer you wrong.


Thanks to both you! I'm enjoying learning more about the club cars! Gonna have to hang out over here more often.
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How can you enjoy MCOR and OBC failures !?

Sorry- I'll go back to my section now....
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How can you enjoy MCOR and OBC failures !?



Sorry- I'll go back to my section now....


Lol! Well I work on them occasionally, so a little knowledge is a plus. There are so many different setups it's hard to keep it all straight. I'm more comfortable over in your section, but I like learning about these things! The addiction!
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Thankfully there is good help here in the CC section. I still don't buy into the whole trouble free operation thing Mr Dawg.
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Thankfully there is good help here in the CC section. I still don't buy into the whole trouble free operation thing Mr Dawg.


There is some good help here because that did the trick! Thanks Sergio, and Tahoedawg!
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