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Unread 10-12-2016, 04:11 PM   #1
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I'll ask this here since I am most interested in Clubcar for this question; but anyone with EZGO and Yamaha carts feel free to respond too.

A majority of new motors I see have a 3 position, triangular Deutsch connector with male terminals. I have heard some complaints about not having that mating end in the stock vehicle harness. I know this can be the case with EZGO and most definatly Yamaha, but what else has Clubcar put out there besides this plug?

I looked through all the manuals I have and they all show this same plug. Anyone have pictures or part numbers of variations to this attachment?

One of the EZGOs I have worked on used a 3 position single row Delphi, while another just had a long cable with a 3pin molex (directly into 1206MX). All the yamahas I have look at use a similar but not matching style plug; white, plastic, Japanese made.
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Unread 10-12-2016, 08:58 PM   #2
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Matt,

Club Car has used the triangular shaped plug you describe since the late 1990s in all of their Sepex carts. Regen 1 cars and some early regen 2 cars used a round black 3 pin plug, but ever since 1998 or so they've all been triangular Deutsch plugs. Hope this helps.
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Matt,

Club Car has used the triangular shaped plug you describe since the late 1990s in all of their Sepex carts. Regen 1 cars and some early regen 2 cars used a round black 3 pin plug, but ever since 1998 or so they've all been triangular Deutsch plugs. Hope this helps.
Yes it does; I was in need of a sanity check. Had a guy swear up and down what he had was the "factory stock plug" and was nothing close to a Deutsch.
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Yes it does; I was in need of a sanity check. Had a guy swear up and down what he had was the "factory stock plug" and was nothing close to a Deutsch.
He's wrong.
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Thinking back now, this may have been the same guy with a Clubcar DS sporting a 1236 AC control...which he also claimed was stock.
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Thinking back now, this may have been the same guy with a Clubcar DS sporting a 1236 AC control...which he also claimed was stock.
Stock huh?
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