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Unread 01-24-2012, 10:50 AM   #1
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Default Loose wires

I have a 36 Volt Club Car DS and now it won't charge. Upon inspection I found these two wire loose and do not know where they go. Wiring digrams I have found do not really tell me anything. The large black wire I assume attached somewhere to where the charger plugs in and the red wire I have no clue, maybe the back up buzzer which no longer works also. The black wire must attach to the underside of where the charger plugs as there are no visible places for it to attach on top. Any help for a clueless cart owner?
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Unread 01-24-2012, 11:04 AM   #2
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i take it you bought cart this way? the black 6 gage looks like a battery cable but i,m trying to figure why the end is bent that way, it almost looks like they had it hooked to the F&R but i,m not sure about that.........your wires fromthe charge receptical the red one has to be hooked to #1 battery pos. post and the black wire to #6 battery neg. post..........those 2 wires should be 10 gage and if they are hooked up right the cart should charge regardless of those other 2 wires...............so get a wiring diagram and follow the 2 wires from the charge receptical and make sure yours are hooked to the same batteries and double check make sure all battery cables are hooked up right and try charging.................from the pic,s the fuse looks ok...........what year is the cart?.......................................
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Unread 01-24-2012, 08:59 PM   #3
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Its a '93 and yep that's how it came...bought used. Really doesn't matter where they fell off I guess, cuz I can't get my hand or a wrench/screwdriver where I think they go anyway. Guess it's time to load it up and go to the shop...................So much for do it yourself!
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Unread 01-24-2012, 09:10 PM   #4
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no don,t give up there are more than enough people here that will help you get it going.....just ne3ed to take a deep breath and be patient i just told you about the charge receptical wires so try and get that figured out and see if it charges ......1 thing at a time..............................................
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