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Unread 05-26-2009, 01:01 AM   #1
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I have a 1975 electric club car and I'm trying to find a wiring diagram for it can anyone tell me where I can find one. Thanks Steve
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Unread 05-26-2009, 10:53 AM   #2
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GONEAGAIN look up in stickys ABOVE for 1974 Caroche Club Car wiring diagram as its very similar to 1975 Club Car. Exceptions are---
1- more speed solenoid, 1- more speed micro switch, 1- more resitor coil unit
THE REST OF WIRING IS THE SAME SO YOU SHOULD BE ABLE TO CHECK OUT ANY NEEDS.
Hope this helps you out?
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OLD MEC thanks I found what you told me and printed it. I will check out the wiring
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Unread 05-26-2009, 01:19 PM   #4
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Your so very welcome. Keep us informed on progress of your other problems as well.
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Unread 05-26-2009, 01:26 PM   #5
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I'm good with mechanics but wiring is not my best subject, color blind sometimes makes hard, but I still like to take things apart and find out what make them tick.
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I have a neighbor that is color blind and I see what problems it causes him. You will have a hard time seeing color coding on wiring and that could really make it hard for you to trace electrical wiring?
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The only way to learn is to do just what you said, tear it apart to see how it works and then you will never forget how to repair it later on.
This is how I learned my mechanics trade starting at age 12 and retiring at age 65? I tore autos down during night time hours for mechanics to repair during day times. Later I was able to switch to doing the repairs and becoming one of the ( First Licensed Mechanics ) in the state where I lived at the time. Never stop learning!!!!!
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I started in auto shop in high school,now I'm 46 and always liked working on just about anything. My friends always say if it has a motor or wheels take it to steve. I'm sure you know what I'm talking about
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Yes I sure do Steve as thats what they said about me for most of my working life. I have now since retiring in 1989 lost all connection with newer computor controlled autos functions, but still have a working knowledge of computer controlling as I taught myself to work on items like that after retirment to have a supplimental income working for a HAVC design company as an adviser on larger municipal buildings.
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Thanks again for all your help, I'm getting ready to go up north to where the cart is. If I get a chance to work on it, I will let you know how I came out. I should back home sometime sunday after noon.
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