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Unread 11-21-2012, 10:38 AM   #11
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Ahh. Thanks very much. Mine is a 98 so I'm assuming I have one
Yes it should, on the drivers side, find the last battery in the back, the negative wire coming off of it should go up towards the back of the cart just under the seat back and go through a cream colored box with a hole it. That cream colored box is the OBC
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Unread 11-21-2012, 10:41 AM   #12
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I will take a look. Thanks. Still gonna get a new charger I just saw that they were made for carts with/without an obc
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I will take a look. Thanks. Still gonna get a new charger I just saw that they were made for carts with/without an obc
Yes, get the DPI... If you have the OBC, you will need to disable and by pass it first.
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I saw that they make dpis for carts with an obc though. Still needs to be disabled??
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I saw that they make dpis for carts with an obc though. Still needs to be disabled??
Yes
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Guess I have some more homework to do
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Not hard, just search on this site bypass or disable OBC
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will do........thanks a bunch
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