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Unread 05-05-2019, 03:31 PM   #1
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Default Jakeís Shifter retrofit on a ClubCar Electric?

Is there any way to retrofit that Jakeís shifter to my 2003 DS 48V with old FNR rocker switch? Otherwise is the AllSports shifter my 2nd best option? Iím wanting something to match up better with my Bronco conversion.
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Unread 05-06-2019, 04:47 AM   #2
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Default Re: Jakeís Shifter retrofit on a ClubCar Electric?

I don't know, but I'm interested to see your "Bronco conversion"!

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Unread 05-06-2019, 11:23 AM   #3
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Is there any way to retrofit that Jakeís shifter to my 2003 DS 48V with old FNR rocker switch? Otherwise is the AllSports shifter my 2nd best option? Iím wanting something to match up better with my Bronco conversion.
Does your vehicle serial number begin with IQ? If so, I've done it. It requires some tricky wiring basically using a series of microswitches to mimic the F&R switch, but it will work.
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Unread 05-06-2019, 12:48 PM   #4
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Iíll check the serial number for the IQ. Thanks
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Unread 05-06-2019, 02:18 PM   #5
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Does your vehicle serial number begin with IQ? If so, I've done it. It requires some tricky wiring basically using a series of microswitches to mimic the F&R switch, but it will work.
Nope. Mineís an FQ serial 2003 ClubCar Villager 48v
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FQ is also IQ. Essentially what you're gonna have to do is to get an F&R switch from a series cart with a lever operated switch. I'd check on the forum and see if you can find somebody who will give you one that's burnt up. It's not gonna matter in your case because you're not gonna be using the copper contacts anyways. There's a series of three micro switches on the back of the F&R switch. You're gonna un-plug all three wires from your current rocket switch and plug all three of them into the microswitches as mentioned:


MICRO Switch 1 is the closest micro switch to the base of the F&R switch
Micro#1 - COM = Orange from original F&R
Micro#1 - Normally Open = Jumper wire from here to the COM post of micro switch #3

Micro #2 is un-used

MICRO Switch 3 is the furthest from the base of the F&R switch, and closest to the batteries.
Micro #3 COM = See above
Micro #3 Normally Open = Blue from original F&R
Micro #3 Normally Closed = Brown from Original F&R



This setup will allow you to have a true dead zone in the neutral position which will prohibit the car from running in either direction. All the way forward on your shifter will be forward and all the way back will be reverse. This can be inverted by swapping the blue and brown wires on micro #3.
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Unread 05-14-2019, 08:31 PM   #7
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Wow! Are you kidding me. I had all but moved on! Alright so if I had to do this quickly and just buy a new 3 micro switch unit, whereís the best place to get it?
Great news.
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Look right above your last post and call David Hicks
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Default Re: Jakeís Shifter retrofit on a ClubCar Electric?

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FQ is also IQ. Essentially what you're gonna have to do is to get an F&R switch from a series cart with a lever operated switch. I'd check on the forum and see if you can find somebody who will give you one that's burnt up. It's not gonna matter in your case because you're not gonna be using the copper contacts anyways. There's a series of three micro switches on the back of the F&R switch. You're gonna un-plug all three wires from your current rocket switch and plug all three of them into the microswitches as mentioned:


MICRO Switch 1 is the closest micro switch to the base of the F&R switch
Micro#1 - COM = Orange from original F&R
Micro#1 - Normally Open = Jumper wire from here to the COM post of micro switch #3

Micro #2 is un-used

MICRO Switch 3 is the furthest from the base of the F&R switch, and closest to the batteries.
Micro #3 COM = See above
Micro #3 Normally Open = Blue from original F&R
Micro #3 Normally Closed = Brown from Original F&R



This setup will allow you to have a true dead zone in the neutral position which will prohibit the car from running in either direction. All the way forward on your shifter will be forward and all the way back will be reverse. This can be inverted by swapping the blue and brown wires on micro #3.
This is quite clever Dave.
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Unread 05-15-2019, 08:21 AM   #10
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Haha will do
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