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Unread 01-16-2010, 05:15 PM   #1
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would any body happen to have a wiring diagram for a Club Car caroche its an old car 36 volt resister cart or have a f and r stiwch
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Unread 01-16-2010, 07:11 PM   #2
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hit the back button and look up 7 lines..vwalla
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Unread 01-16-2010, 08:28 PM   #3
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hit the back button and look up 7 lines..vwalla
I tried this ........ I got nuthing but porn


Hey CC keep searching here, there was somebody awhile ago (6mos maybe more?) that asked 4 this same diagram and I posted the 84 &up F&R diagram and then he made a few comments about what was different & what was not, and away he went????????? I dunno, it might just be here? Have you found any diagrams 4 the cart?
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i realized it after i posted where can i get a f and r switch for club cart 1970 to 1974 non of my distributor have it
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Wait! Did you say 70-74!???????
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yes i think i found them in the stickys if you have i will take them thanks
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Can't you rebuild the one you got?

Tell him to get a newer cart
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no its melted down the guy who owns it is 94 years old just helping him
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Just put in a later model F&R? 1984?
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Unread 01-16-2010, 09:07 PM   #10
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i found this




Item Description -
Forward and Reverse Switch Assembly for 1983-1/2 to 2001 Club Car with 36 volt system with resistors, also pre 1983-1/2 with modifications, includes micro switch, does not include handle, can be retrofitted to be used on earlier Club Cars. NOTE: We now have wiring diagrams for installing this switch on pre 1983-1/2 carts, The link is above the pictures of the carts on the Club Car home page. You will need to drill new mounting holes in the mounting bracket. On 1975 to 1979 remove the two motor wires, (A1 and A2) that are connected at the bottom of the switch and jumpered to the rotor. Hook them back up to the rotor only. Now take (S) wire that was connected to the upper right bus bar on your old switch and move it to one of the two lower parallel bus bars. These two bars will need to be jumpered together. Now take the battery positive cable and hook it to the single bus bar on the right side. On 1981 to 1985 install the two wires that went to the rotor back on the rotor of the new switch. Move battery positive to the single right hand bus bar. Connect the S1 terminal from the motor to one of the bottom parallel bus bars on the bottom of the new switch. These two bus bars will need to be jumpered together. The fourth wire coming from the middle of the battery stack is not used and should be removed. This wire was for an 18 volt reverse so you would not go as fast in reverse
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