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Unread 07-23-2010, 12:46 PM   #21
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MTR CCO 1005... sorry Im new at this and Im doing this for my husband try not to be so hard on me please
It's cool ...... all of us were once where you are right now..... and look at us now ........ We still don't know nuttin' ....

Seriously though, give it a little bit of time, someone will come by that knows the right answer ....... Husband? ..... Who's installing this thing?
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Unread 07-23-2010, 12:52 PM   #22
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That lists as a

Club Car motor,
ADVANCED SERIES,
3.5 HP/36V, 5.5 HP/48V

SPEEDs UP TO 22MPH WITH
STOCK CONTROLLER

Who is doing the installation audree?
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Unread 07-23-2010, 12:55 PM   #23
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It's cool ...... all of us were once where you are right now..... and look at us now ........ We still don't know nuttin' ....

Seriously though, give it a little bit of time, someone will come by that knows the right answer ....... Husband? ..... Who's installing this thing?
My Husband got this golfcart from someone his buddy knew, it was 5 years old, never been driven, and sat in a garage of an empty house through all the elements. When we got we replaced all the batteries, then it still wouldnt work then we took it somewhere, and the guys took off pushing it and pushed on the gas at the same time, and it started moving a little. The guy told me it was probably dirt in the brushes and to take it out and clean it, so we did and all of these broken peices fell out. It ran for 1 day after that and then quit, so Im sure the motor was broke. The I called and tried to order a motor that would work with that cart bcuz the motor and contoller both had upgrades to it. So anyway they said it s the correct motor, I just hope someone could help me find out the right way to tell him to hook it up.
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Unread 07-23-2010, 12:56 PM   #24
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That lists as a

Club Car motor,
ADVANCED SERIES,
3.5 HP/36V, 5.5 HP/48V

SPEEDs UP TO 22MPH WITH
STOCK CONTROLLER

Who is doing the installation audree?
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Unread 07-23-2010, 01:02 PM   #25
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He's not reading the directions is he ....... I'm joking ... I'm joking

Audree lots of times, these motors can be rebuilt for a lot less than (I think) you paid nivel for that motor.

Check your private messages .....
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Unread 07-23-2010, 01:08 PM   #26
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We need someone more familiar with Club Car sparkies here. Questions:

2005 Precedent - is this a regen cart or a series cart? Is the IQ system in use?

Controller has been upgraded - to what? What controller is in the cart now?

What voltage is this cart running?

Audree, you can answer the second and third questions. If you have a digital camera post pix of the battery bay and components please.
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Unread 07-23-2010, 01:18 PM   #27
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Ok so I know its a 48v cart, it has the original Curtis controller with a Programmed or Code upgrade.... it has a speed sensor in it, and not sure what the IQ system is, or how to know the diff between a regen or series?
Im gonna try and get some pics
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Ok so I know its a 48v cart, it has the original Curtis controller with a Programmed or Code upgrade.... it has a speed sensor in it, and not sure what the IQ system is, or how to know the diff between a regen or series?
Ooooh, tech-chick ..... cool.

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Im gonna try and get some pics
........ there ya go. Lots of times that cuts right straight to the chase..... We like pics
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From the BU website:

10-Spline 48-Volt Motor with 3.5 HP/3500 RPM/24 MPH for Non-Lifted Club Car Regen Models

Details About this Product
10 spline 48-volt regen
3.5 HP @ 3,500 RPM
24 mph
Will remove regen mode but retain anti-roll feature

Looks like a Regen motor to me. The A1 A2 terminals are obvious, the F1 F2 terminals go to the S1 S2 terminals. Should be a direct fit. Perhaps the lack of a speed sensor is messing with the programming in the OEM controller which has been bumped up to the 19mph setting. If the 19mph setting was removed, then maybe the controller would allow the motor to run up to it's 3500 rpm rating. This is theory on my part as I'm an EZ-Go guy and don't know the CC systems very well.
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