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Unread 06-27-2012, 11:59 AM   #11
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Default Re: 2003 club car 48v not moving

I just went through all this on me Club Car, turned out it was the controller, put a new one in and now good to go. But I also checked the solenoid as I wanted to make sure it was powering up the controller. There are two small terminals on the solenoid, put the positive volt meter to the small terminal on the controller side and the negative to the battery pack, turn on key, put in forward, press pedal and see if you get voltage, should slowly go from about 3 volts to full voltage, if not solenoid is most likely bad. If you are getting voltage my guess is the controller is done.
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