|07-02-2010, 11:07 PM||#1|
Not Yet Wild
Join Date: Jul 2010
36V FR switch on a 48V cart 700A controller
I have just installed a 700 amp controller on my 48V club car and I was told by my local guy that the 36V Forward Reverse switch is heavy duty enough to handle the upgrade. I got into the project and did the controller with no problem but once I took a look at the 36 volt switch nothing seems to line up. I was told I would lose my reverse buzzer which is already disconnected anyways so thats not a big deal. Has anyone else heard of this as a work around for an upgraded F/R switch and if so could you possibly post some wiring pics or diagram for this noob:) I would call my local guy but he is outta town for the holiday weekend and I would like to get the cart running for Sunday. Thanks...
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|07-02-2010, 11:33 PM||#2|
Join Date: Jun 2010
Location: Central Florida
Re: 36V FR switch on a 48V cart 700A controller
I assume this is the 36 volt one made for the resistor cars? It has 1 copper bus bar that points towards the Passenger side and 2 that point to the ground? If so, you wire it like any other 48 volt F&R except that you have to add an extra wire to connect the 2 downward pointing bussbar's together.
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