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Unread 05-12-2010, 11:17 AM   #1
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Default 2006 IQ Club Car No High Speed

48 volt IQ cart was going approx 18mph now maybe 8mph still has good torque will still climb hills. anything i can check and are the handheld programers expensive? where can you purchase? all batteries are full charged cables are clean and tight both on batteries and motor. i have read about a reverse resister and high speed senser where are these thanks in advance for any help Woody
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Unread 05-12-2010, 12:30 PM   #2
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Default Re: 2006 IQ Club Car No High Speed

Ive heard the handheld is expensive. The speed sensor is the small component on the end of the motor with the wires coming out of it with a plug. I had a similar problem on an 04 CC IQ and it ended up being the controller.
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Unread 05-12-2010, 06:08 PM   #3
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Put the car in gear... either gear..... and roll it with the switch in the RUN position and keyswitch ON.... if the car rolls free it's got a bad speed sensor... If it slows itself down and beeps... The speed sensor it working. On the 2002+ IQ models it's designed to default to 8MPH when the speed sensor fails...
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David where can you buy speed sensor and remanf controllers thanks for taking time to post so quick i also tried pushing cart fwd and rev with key on and off no beebing cant tell if resistance
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David where can you buy speed sensor and remanf controllers thanks for taking time to post so quick i also tried pushing cart fwd and rev with key on and off no beebing cant tell if resistance
You can buy the sensor from any Club Car dealer... Some dealers may offer rebuilt controllers... we don't. It's too much of a liability. I'd look into finding your closest dealer and seeing if you can find one that way.
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do you know how to remove sensor and is it on the end of the motor? or is there a site to look at a manual
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do you know how to remove sensor and is it on the end of the motor? or is there a site to look at a manual
Yes I do... You can remove the sensor very easily.. If you have a GE motor..(grey) it'll pop out with a screwdriver... and on an ADC motor it is held down with two bolts... Very easy to get out.
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Ive heard the handheld is expensive. The speed sensor is the small component on the end of the motor with the wires coming out of it with a plug. I had a similar problem on an 04 CC IQ and it ended up being the controller.
can you tell me where to buy a high speed motor to elliminate the speed sensor thanks woody
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Unread 05-13-2010, 08:24 AM   #9
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You cant eliminate the speed sensor, even a high speed motor will have it. The most frequently talked about speed motor on this site is probably Plumquick. I have one similar and you would not be disappointed.
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can you tell me where to buy a high speed motor to elliminate the speed sensor thanks woody
www.plumquick.com.... You'll need the purple motor.
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