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michaeldrumgool 01-26-2018 08:07 AM

Club car not responding to anything? Has power
 
My club car wont go has power but does not respond to pedal? Maybe a fuse? Any quick checks very limited to qualified service in my area?

WalterM6 01-26-2018 08:16 AM

Re: Club car not responding to anything? Has power
 
How about this. With the key off does the reverse alarm sound? Might also help if you let us know what kind of Club Car you have. Year and model. Yes there are fuses.

michaeldrumgool 01-26-2018 08:55 AM

Re: Club car not responding to anything? Has power
 
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Yes buzzer sounds in reverse I attached photo if serial number not sure of model and year unfortunately I left home and don't have info with me it's around 1995 President thanks for your help

lockman1 01-28-2018 08:56 AM

Re: Club car not responding to anything? Has power
 
It's a 2001 DS! :wink:

TahoeDawgZ71 01-28-2018 09:36 AM

Re: Club car not responding to anything? Has power
 
Locate the solenoid. You'll see that you have four terminals. Two large and two small. On one of the small terminals you will have a small yellow wire connected. Remove this yellow wire from the solenoid. Get a jumper wire with alligator clips on both ends, only a couple of feet long. Clip one end of the jumper wire to the MAIN negative battery terminal. This is the last negative in the series, and on your DS will be the rear most driver's side battery. The negative cable on this battery will run through a small hole in the OBC en route to the controller. Once you've located the correct battery terminal, clip the jumper wire to the main negative terminal and clip the other end to the small terminal on the solenoid where you removed the yellow wire. Try to operate the vehicle. If the vehicle operated, the solenoid lockout feature of the OBC has failed and it must either be replaced or bypassed. If you choose to bypass it, you'll need to order a modern smart charger that does not require the OBC to control it like your OEM charger does.


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