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Unread 12-11-2012, 11:09 PM   #11
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From the Club Car website:

Note: If you cannot find a serial number plaque contact Club Car with the serial number from the transaxle, electric motor or gas engine. Utilizing that information we can assist you with identifying the serial number of your vehicle.

Did you check these points to find serial numbers and check with Club Car to identify the year/model of your cart?

Burnt wires/cables are often a sign of excessive heat caused by resistance. That can be worn out or corroded cables (and that can be internal, even if they appear OK on the outside).
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Unread 12-12-2012, 04:33 PM   #12
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Originally Posted by iowaboy1 View Post
I'm not seeming to help people understand my trouble here...I'm trying to locate the plate that has a serial number on it so I can tell what year I have...you are directing me to a wiring diagram...I'm not understanding...also, I'm wondering why the resistor wire and the battery cable - which runs from one of the solenoids - caught fire and burned up....what might cause this....any ideas on that?
I have experienced that for CCs older than 81, the serial numbers don't really tell the year and week like the newer ones do...
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