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Unread 12-09-2018, 09:59 PM   #51
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Default Re: 1995 DS 48v series cart. I知e stumped?

This appears to be the same NC microswitch as well, but most places seem to have run out of stock:
https://mrgolfcarts.com/products/clu...r-micro-switch
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Unread 12-09-2018, 10:02 PM   #52
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Thank you Sergio!
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Found the last one on eBay. It was brand new in the package! ........... and I fried it😔
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Found the last one on eBay. It was brand new in the package! ........... and I fried it��
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UPDATE: I have movement! Decided to go out this morning (have the day off) and place the OBC wire back on the solenoid to check for proper grounding. I was using a jumper yesterday to test and did not want a faulty OBC messing up any multimeter readings. After connecting the OBC wire which ( as I understand?) serves as ground for the solenoid I decided to jump the two wires that connected to the pot box microswitch creating a solid connection. AS SAFELY AS POSSIBLE - I turned the key on and slowly moved the FNR lever forward. It wanted to take off! Tried reverse..... same result. Soooooo I am hoping this means my OBC is gonna be ok and I can simply complete a MCOR conversion and get to customizing the cart. What do you guys think?
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SERGIO-I missed your link somehow last night! I just ordered a replacement micro switch. Actually 2 since shipping for one is more than the actual part. Thank you!
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UPDATE: I have movement! Decided to go out this morning (have the day off) and place the OBC wire back on the solenoid to check for proper grounding. I was using a jumper yesterday to test and did not want a faulty OBC messing up any multimeter readings. After connecting the OBC wire which ( as I understand?) serves as ground for the solenoid I decided to jump the two wires that connected to the pot box microswitch creating a solid connection. AS SAFELY AS POSSIBLE - I turned the key on and slowly moved the FNR lever forward. It wanted to take off! Tried reverse..... same result. Soooooo I am hoping this means my OBC is gonna be ok and I can simply complete a MCOR conversion and get to customizing the cart. What do you guys think?
You are correct....
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