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Unread 09-27-2019, 12:34 PM   #11
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BTW, what do people think about installing a new charge receptacle? Old one seems to work fine but it's, well, old. Should I order a new receptacle using the original crows foot plug config, or upgrade to something newer and cooler.
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Unread 09-27-2019, 02:09 PM   #12
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Keep the old one as long as it looks good. Take it a part and clean on the contacts really well and put a thin layer of dielectric grease on the contact surface to make pushing/pulling your crowsfoot plug smooth.

Before drilling holes for the new pedal, be sure to sit in the seat to make sure it's a comfortable angle for your ankle/foot when driving
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Unread 09-27-2019, 11:59 PM   #13
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That makes sense. Good to save some dough, cuz my bank account has taken a beating this week...

Baby steps. I installed the new go pedal after dinner. No big deal moving the bolt holes over a bit to get a better fit. I had to drill a bit into the emergency brake stopper to fit the wires into the new hole. It seems solid enough though.
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Unread 09-28-2019, 02:59 AM   #14
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Managed to make a few more steps:

- mounted solenoid
- mounted SW202 - decided to put it below the old F&R switch, worried that my cable kit wouldn't be optimized for a different placement. I also wanted to use the snazzy CU unlimited custom mount...!
- removed old motor

I plan to take the solenoid and SW202 off tomorrow when I start attaching all the wires. Should be interesting...
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Unread 09-28-2019, 03:03 AM   #15
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I also "dry fitted" the diodes to the SW202 and the solenoid. Hopefully everything is in the right place.
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Unread 09-28-2019, 02:14 PM   #16
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Guys, any motor prep before I put the new Admiral in? Looks like there are some bits of paper or something next to the armature... Do these need to come out?
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Here's a pic
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Unread 09-29-2019, 12:26 AM   #18
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I'd drain the transaxle while you're at it and refill with some synthetic gear oil. I've used 80-90w with great success. I'd also coat the transaxle shaft with copper anti seize to make any future removals of the motor a breeze.
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Also, see if your cart calls for a motor bumper. Seems to be a part often overlooked. I'm not sure if an 84 CC calls for one or not. A very inexpensive part, around $3.
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Also, see if your cart calls for a motor bumper. Seems to be a part often overlooked. I'm not sure if an 84 CC calls for one or not. A very inexpensive part, around $3.
Admiral and FSIP specifically instruct not to use the OEM rubber bumper with their motors. I haven't seen those bits of paper before. Must be some new packing? If they are loose I would pull them out
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