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Unread 08-15-2017, 07:10 AM   #1
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quick question. I have a 1987 club car with the 5 solenoids. All solenoids are clicking and I am not getting any movement to the wheels. I went ahead and replaced the master solenoid. I checked all the micro switches are working. I checked them by placing a volt meter on main negative and the positive side of the volt meter I connected to each solenoid. and for every click I got power to the respective solenoid. one thing that I find that seems out of the ordinary is, I constantly have 36 volts to the last #5 solenoid, closest to the passenger side, at all times. would this mean that the motor is bad/ shorted out? any insight would be great. I really don't think I should have 36V at that solenoid at all times. from my understanding it should slowly rise as I depress the pedal and it passes each resistor.
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Unread 08-15-2017, 07:28 AM   #2
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i totally looked at this whole system backwards. i got it now. still havent found the problem but realized how the system works after finding a wiring diagram. i would delete this thread but not sure how too

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Unread 08-15-2017, 08:34 AM   #3
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Most problems on this board and solutions are learning tips for others and can be a benefit from the diagnosis and solution.

Since you still have problem, post up more information and someone can help you with the situation most likely.

To me this sounds like a motor issue but I don't have experience with resistor carts.
Many here do!

Motor testing is the next step and there are many threads about it.

Also pics are encouraged!

Good luck!
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