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Unread 03-30-2010, 10:42 PM   #1
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I have a 2001 Club Car that I picked up 2 days ago and my competition was to change to 48 volt from a 36 volt resistor car. This is what he did,Put in new 48 volt batteries,a 48 volt motor,and a OBC that he hooked to the A2 onthe motor and dont know what he did with the motor cable.Have not got a chance to look it over real good yet.It does not run and just the old solenoid clicks.The batteries are interstate and just pouring acid everywhere,had to put it outside.Has anybody got an idea what this man was trying to do?
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Unread 03-30-2010, 11:12 PM   #2
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I hope he is not a member of our forum
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Unread 04-01-2010, 09:28 PM   #3
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I have a 2001 Club Car that I picked up 2 days ago and my competition was to change to 48 volt from a 36 volt resistor car. This is what he did,Put in new 48 volt batteries,a 48 volt motor,and a OBC that he hooked to the A2 onthe motor and dont know what he did with the motor cable.Have not got a chance to look it over real good yet.It does not run and just the old solenoid clicks.The batteries are interstate and just pouring acid everywhere,had to put it outside.Has anybody got an idea what this man was trying to do?
wow... he's trying to run 48 Volts through the original resistor pack? That's a fire waiting to happen. I'd rip it all out and start fresh with a 48 Volt IQ harness for a DS car.
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Club Car had a resistor cart in 2001???
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Yes... they used a resistor cart all the way up until 1994... then they used a Solid State Controller and also offered the resistor car in the same year... You could get either or.... in 95, they went back with the resistor car and used it all the way up until they discontinued the 36Volt system in 2004.
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Yes... they used a resistor cart all the way up until 1994... then they used a Solid State Controller and also offered the resistor car in the same year... You could get either or.... in 95, they went back with the resistor car and used it all the way up until they discontinued the 36Volt system in 2004.
.... For fleet carts only
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Yes... they used a resistor cart all the way up until 1994... then they used a Solid State Controller and also offered the resistor car in the same year... You could get either or.... in 95, they went back with the resistor car and used it all the way up until they discontinued the 36Volt system in 2004.
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Got it. Learn something here evryday.
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Unread 04-02-2010, 09:14 AM   #8
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Club Car had a resistor cart in 2001???
2002 was the last year for a resistor cart and they are just gutless,I dont think they have enough power to pull your pants down.
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