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Unread 06-18-2012, 02:19 PM   #1
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looks its a 48 volt cart with 8 six volt batteries in it , the charge receptical looks just like a 48 volt C.C. receptical......i have no power to front lights......rear lights work fine in fact all other lights work............can,t find any fuses anywhere and what i did find is it looks like the harness splits to feed seperate power for front and rear......headlight switch is a pull out type switch on the colume below steering wheel and in my humble opinion i think the switch is bad...........not 100% certain though .................anyone have any experience with these things? its a 2010 and the guy paid over 8 grand for it so i don,t just want to throw a pull switch on dash but if all else fails i will..............anyone???....................... ..............
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Unread 06-18-2012, 04:32 PM   #2
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looks its a 48 volt cart with 8 six volt batteries in it , the charge receptical looks just like a 48 volt C.C. receptical......i have no power to front lights......rear lights work fine in fact all other lights work............can,t find any fuses anywhere and what i did find is it looks like the harness splits to feed seperate power for front and rear......headlight switch is a pull out type switch on the colume below steering wheel and in my humble opinion i think the switch is bad...........not 100% certain though .................anyone have any experience with these things? its a 2010 and the guy paid over 8 grand for it so i don,t just want to throw a pull switch on dash but if all else fails i will..............anyone???....................... ..............
found the following website for Star Carts www.apluscarts.com
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Unread 06-19-2012, 06:41 AM   #3
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http://www.starelectricvehicles.com/
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Unread 06-19-2012, 07:31 AM   #4
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thanks guys he has the off road cart, got to look at it a bit and its quite impressive and supposed to get 60 miles between charges, one thing i did notice was when battery gage got to 1/2 charge cart lost 1/2 its power but good news is there are 2 dealers not far from me so i hope parts won,t be hard to get....................................
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Shadowman don't those things have a Curtis controller with a programming port?
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Shadowman don't those things have a Curtis controller with a programming port?
david yes they do.......................................
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Some basic info about Star carts. The published mileage is attained because they use 8 batteries at 6 volt each. Rear end: ALL parts listed for a Club Car with a Kawasaki rear end are identical. An axle from star take 4 weeks on a good dealer. The controller is an Alltrax. The front hubs, match Club Car. Brake shoes and hub match Club car kawasaki rear ends. Wiring is well hidden but at least it does not change color from one end to another. Lots of wires in a Club Car, start out one color and are spliced in the harness and come out the other end, a different color. The warranty on a Star is 2 years and warranty work is honored at some dealers and they are paid by JH in South Carolina for the work.

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Some basic info about Star carts. The published mileage is attained because they use 8 batteries at 6 volt each. Rear end: ALL parts listed for a Club Car with a Kawasaki rear end are identical. An axle from star take 4 weeks on a good dealer. The controller is an Alltrax. The front hubs, match Club Car. Brake shoes and hub match Club car kawasaki rear ends. Wiring is well hidden but at least it does not change color from one end to another. Lots of wires in a Club Car, start out one color and are spliced in the harness and come out the other end, a different color. The warranty on a Star is 2 years and warranty work is honored at some dealers and they are paid by JH in South Carolina for the work.

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this cart had a curtis controller in it, had a dealer come out and look at it and he also confirmed it was a curtis controller???................................
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david yes they do.......................................
I thought they did because I'm almost certain I diagnosed some speed sensor failures on one of them before with our IQDM
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