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Unread 03-03-2011, 08:09 PM   #1
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i have a 2003 cc ds iq. my plum quick is on the way and i am going to install it myself.is there anything i need to know or do to help with this install.
i have the cart in tow and the battery cables are off. and is the stock motor going to come off easy or is it going to stick?
please help if you have changed your motors
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Unread 03-03-2011, 08:17 PM   #2
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better pray to the motor gods that the previous installer used antisieze.

tip - use antisieze on input splines when re-installing.
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Unread 03-04-2011, 05:28 AM   #3
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CC recommends moly-teflon lubricant.
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Unread 03-04-2011, 10:09 AM   #4
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I would recommend purchase of new Motor Drive Bumper CC #102235201 ( that goes inside spline shaft on motor ) and CC #102243403 lub which is correct type and amount ( use whole contents of tube or as directed ) when installing new motor. The lub ( AND CORRECT AMOUNT ) is very important as you might find ( I hope that your motor pops right off ) when trying to remove motor from differential input shaft and its stuck??? I have seen too much or wrong types of lub used causing motor damage so feel the one time cost is worth every penny.
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Unread 03-04-2011, 10:24 AM   #5
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I would recommend purchase of new Motor Drive Bumper CC #102235201 ( that goes inside spline shaft on motor ) and CC #102243403 lub which is correct type and amount ( use whole contents of tube or as directed ) when installing new motor. The lub ( AND CORRECT AMOUNT ) is very important as you might find ( I hope that your motor pops right off ) when trying to remove motor from differential input shaft and its stuck??? I have seen too much or wrong types of lub used causing motor damage so feel the one time cost is worth every penny.
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From a 2006-2007 CC Precedent manual...

1. Clean the transaxle input shaft.
1.1. Spray the input shaft thoroughly with CRC® Brakleen™ or equivalent brake cleaner degreaser.
1.2. Wipe input shaft with a clean cloth.
1.3. Inspect the grooves of the input shaft and remove any remaining debris.
1.4. Repeat steps 1.1 through 1.3 until input shaft is clean.
2. Lubricate the transaxle input shaft.
2.1. Squeeze approximately 1/2 inch (1.3 cm) of moly-teflon lubricant (CCI P/N 102265201) from tube
onto a putty knife as shown (Figure 16a-14, Page 16a-13).
2.2. Rotate wheels to rotate input shaft.
2.3. Apply motor coupling grease evenly to the rotating input shaft starting at approximately 1/8 inch (3.1
mm) from the end of the shaft and working back toward the transaxle (away from the end of the
shaft) (Figure 16a-15, Page 16a-13).
2.4. The grease should be evenly distributed in the grooves to a width of approximately 3/8 inch (9.5
mm).
2.5. Using a flat screwdriver, clean the grease out of one of the grooves to allow air to escape when the
motor is pushed onto the input shaft.
2.6. Check the chamfer and end of the input shaft to ensure these areas are completely clean of grease
as shown (Figure 16a-16, Page 16a-13).
3. Install the molded bumper.
3.1. With the flat side toward the bottom of the coupling, install the molded bumper (30) into the motor
coupling (Figure 16a-10, Page 16a-. See following NOTE.
NOTE: The motor coupling and the new molded bumper must be free of grease and debris.
3.2. Ensure that the installed bumper is seated at the bottom of the coupling.
4. Install motor on transaxle.
4.1. Slide the motor coupling onto the transaxle input shaft. See following NOTE.
NOTE: The coupling will push any excess grease on the input shaft along the shaft toward the transaxle.
When the motor is pushed onto the input shaft, the motor adapter ring (1) will not bottom out
against the transaxle housing (Figure 16a-10, Page 16a-. There will be approximately 1/16 inch
(1.6 mm) gap between the motor adapter ring and transaxle housing as shown (Figure 16a-17,
Page 16a-13).
4.2. Loosely install four motor bolts and washers that secure the motor to the transaxle. Do not tighten.
4.3. Begin finger tightening the bolts in the sequence indicated (Figure 16a-19, Page 16a-15). Continue
tightening by hand until the motor is seated in the transaxle housing. See following CAUTION
and NOTE.
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Unread 03-04-2011, 10:43 AM   #6
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2 wrenches on motor connections to take old out and to put new in.
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motor in.it was easy
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Congrats!
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You got her going yet? How"s she running ?
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Unread 03-06-2011, 12:11 PM   #10
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i started it in the garage to move it to make sure everything worked before i put the bed back on and it did (thank god). i still have to work on the front end align it.also i have to change the diff oil with royal purple 30w . it should be next week when i get it done. i cant wait to test drive it.
thanks to everyone on this site . i could not have done it without you. thanks. and thanks to rick at plum quick.
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