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Unread 09-16-2011, 04:23 PM   #1
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I have a 1995 Club Car serial #A9549-477161. On the frame right behind the seat there are 2 screw holes about 5 inches apart where there appears to have had something mounted and there are 6 small wires with 2 different size ends.From one wire harness that goes to the charger outlet there a yellow wire and a red one. From the other harness that has a large blue wire there is a red wire and a white wire with a black stripe.There is also a red wire and a green one. Does anyone know what part is missing and is there a way to check to see if my motor and controller work? I think I might be missing a potentmeter. I didn't find the tow switch that is on the wiring diagram either. I am wanting to take only the parts I need to transfer them to a car transmission.
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Unread 09-17-2011, 09:40 AM   #2
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Unread 09-17-2011, 10:42 AM   #3
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Is it a series or regen I cart? There is no tow/run switch for that cart. 95 was an expermental year to say the least and some parts are not made anymore like that pot box! It should be up front on the passenger side mounted underneath the cart. From what you described, it sounds like the solenoid is missing. This year may have had 2 of them if its a regen I cart. Get some pics up.
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[QUOTE=Colbyntx;623055]Is it a series or regen I cart? There is no tow/run switch for that cart. 95 was an expermental year to say the least and some parts are not made anymore like that pot box! It should be up front on the passenger side mounted underneath the cart. From what you described, it sounds like the solenoid is missing. This year may have had 2 of them if its a regen I cart. Get some pics up.
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95 was pre-regen I or II.
It is a series cart and the pot is under the driver's side floor. However the location and cabling you describe sounds a little like a V-glide set up? That is the location for the V-glide used prior to 95 and after 96. You may have a half year model that is missing a V-glide?
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95 was pre-regen I or II.
It is a series cart and the pot is under the driver's side floor.
I have a 95 regen I, it was the first year.
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Unread 09-18-2011, 10:57 AM   #7
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If it is missing a solenoid can anyone tell me how it was wired. I figured if it was a solenoid there would have been at least a couple of 10 gauge wires. There are only 6 smaller wires similar to the size on tail lights. Can someone tell me how I can take the motor and whatever parts are absolutely necessary to get power to the motor and control the speed and direction in something like a bench test since I don't plan on leaving it on the cart anyway. I was thinking something like a Volkswagen 3 wheeler.
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Unread 09-18-2011, 11:20 AM   #8
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You can try this with 12 or 18v
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there should be no 10 gage wires mounted to solenoid.............you,ll have your two 6 gage cables and than the rest bolted to small terminals are gonna be either 14 or 16 gage but there should be no 10 gage..........................
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