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Unread 12-14-2011, 10:45 PM   #21
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Default Re: 1988 club car vglide 36 volt wireing/battery

As you hear each solenoid (#2-5) click, it should be like shifting a gear each time......
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Unread 12-14-2011, 10:50 PM   #22
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So could be 3 4 or 5 solenoid
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There is a bar across all soleinods that bolt on each one if your facing the cart the far left one is detached from the bar
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there you go that buss bar has to be attached..........make sure its clean and attach it see what happens no wait a miute far left?? the one without the resistor coil?? thats not gonna effect speed but if it needs attached than yes attach it................................................ ......
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Far left has coil, far right doesn't
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Four solenoids connect to coil, one does not . . . all 5 solenoids connect to buss bar . . .
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Can you post a picture of the coil set up in your cart? We could be here for pages trying to figure out all the possibilities with words
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Far left has coil, far right doesn't



if your standing in front of the cart looking towards back the master solenoid should be the one furthest left on drivers side......than the one next to it is 1st speed and so on over to right side....what i mean is they run left to right.......regardless buss bar should be attached to all of them so if its not attached to one of the speed solenoids your breaking the circuit and losing those speeds............................................ ..
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