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Unread 06-12-2019, 03:48 PM   #21
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According to which cart, but on most it comes from the MPN cable at the B-. It is a common crimp connection with a short pigtail. Some have a stud that allows for accessories so the MPN cable goes on with it, then accessories, then another nut. You will know it when you see it.
Is this the same wire that is behind my large fwd/rev switch that has a butt connector going to nowhere? i`ve never actually looked at the controller on my cart. Im guessing I need to take the rear seat off?
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Unread 06-12-2019, 06:13 PM   #22
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I took my rear seat off, wires my converter and the negative lead for my digital SOC meter to B-. Thanks for your help!!!!


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I took my rear seat off, wires my converter and the negative lead for my digital SOC meter to B-. Thanks for your help!!!!


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Unread 06-13-2019, 06:38 AM   #24
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Default Re: 48 to 12V reducer wiring

Well done.

I can't remember which cart you have but the Precedent has a black wire with a yellow bullet connector just sitting behind the batteries and easy to see when you look under the seat. That is connected to B-
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I can't remember which cart you have but the Precedent has a black wire with a yellow bullet connector just sitting behind the batteries and easy to see when you look under the seat. That is connected to B-


03 DS series cart. b- had a large bolt and nut for the connection. I put my lugs over the part of the bolt that was facing the rear of the cart. Taking seat off, wiring and putting everything back together took 30 min


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For anyone wondering. 03 DS series cart, stock controller B- location circled in black.


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Looks good!
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