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Unread 09-19-2016, 07:04 PM   #1
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The motor I have has A1,A2, F1,F2 Instead of A1,A2, S1,S2 typically found in the diagrams. Is there any significant difference with these two types of terminal markings.

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Unread 09-19-2016, 07:22 PM   #2
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The motor I have has A1,A2, F1,F2 Instead of A1,A2, S1,S2 typically found in the diagrams. Is there any significant difference with these two types of terminal markings.
Yes the difference is the motor with F1 & F2 is a Sepex motor and the motor with S1 & S2 is a Series motor... Two totally different beast...

What year and model cart is this from?
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The motor I have has A1,A2, F1,F2 Instead of A1,A2, S1,S2 typically found in the diagrams. Is there any significant difference with these two types of terminal markings.
Yes. They're totally different motors. The motor with the "S" markings are a series-wound motor and the motor with the "F" markings are a shunt-wound motor. They are non-compatible with one another.
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Unread 09-19-2016, 07:38 PM   #4
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Are the terminal hook ups the same as far S1 matches F1 and S2 matches F2?
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Not sure why that popped up in there as far as title goes. Sorry. Are the terminal hook ups the same as far S1 matches F1 and S2 matches F2?
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That's what I have found but can't seem to find a diagram as far as wiring up with fwd/rev switch and 5 solenoid series. seems like this motor is frequently used in gas carts. looked online and get the same old diagrams all with s1,s2 series motor only will try and look deeper. Thank you for the info!
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What year and model cart is this from?
It's a 1985 DS.

I'm a little confused, as the 1012190 motor comes back as a 36v series motor?
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That's what I have found but can't seem to find a diagram as far as wiring up with fwd/rev switch and 5 solenoid series. seems like this motor is frequently used in gas carts. looked online and get the same old diagrams all with s1,s2 series motor only will try and look deeper. Thank you for the info!
You can't use a SEPEX (shunt-wound) motor in a SERIES cart which is what a resister cart is, and what does any of this have to do with a GAS cart?
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The car I am working on is rigged up as a resistor cart and has the shunt motor in it. This is all new to me and I am learning lots quickly especially on this site. It was a used car given to our family and just went in and re-wired everything and new solenoids, coils and switches and etc. Cleaned up the motor and found the F series letters on the motor. It is a 1012190 number club car tagged on the motor just now learning about shunt wound motor. I have found a diagram compatible on line. The gas cart diagrams I found use a shunt wound motor. that all. Thanks I know how to make this work now
all in the type of switch and how it is hooked up.
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It is a 36volt car.
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