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hopprez 11-20-2010 01:27 PM

blinking light
 
I just got a Club Car 80 to 90s when I turn the key off the light goes through a series of blinks its on for 5 sec then off for 5 sec then on for 20 sec then off for 5 and starts all over anyone ever had this happen

OLD MEC 11-20-2010 01:47 PM

Re: blinking light
 
PLEASE when asking for help from forum give year, model, voltage, serial number, and exactly what or where item is that you are asking about. What you indicated could be a battery light on dash, light on controller, light on turn signals, light indicating a switch is turned on, etc but without full info would only be guessing?

hopprez 11-20-2010 04:35 PM

Re: blinking light
 
sorry im new to all of this Im not sure where to look for model # or cerial # or date of manufactured I did find the numbers on the motor its self its says Club Car model# 5BC59JBS6360 48v and 3.10 horsepower think its 80s 90s not sure where to look

rib33024 11-20-2010 04:40 PM

Re: blinking light
 
see if this helps you find the year :thumbup:

and what lights you talking about??


http://www.eccustomgolfcarts.com/wha...t-i-41-41.html

hopprez 11-20-2010 05:01 PM

Re: blinking light
 
thanks for the help on where to find the serial # it is a AA0211-126176

SteveRand 11-21-2010 02:07 AM

Re: blinking light
 
Looks like you have a 2002, 48 volt cart. According to your other posts, your batteries show only 7 volts - they should be at least 8.5 fully charged.

Your first priority is to get a charger for it. There might be one in the Carts And Parts For Sale thread, near the bottom of the home page. If not, try eBay. There are always chargers there.

The 12-volt charger won't really work work properly on these batteries. You can do 1 at a time for a short time, but it's not a good idea unless you can monitor the voltage. Until you get the battery pack voltage right, the OBC (On Board Computer) might not function properly, and it controls the dash light.


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