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Unread 03-13-2013, 07:55 PM   #1
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Default Wiring Issue - 1993 Electic Club Car

Alright, I bought a 93 Club Car about 4 months ago. When I got it it was running great but of course I wanted to change from 36V to 48V and obviously did not know exactly what I was doing (I didnt know you needed to replace more that just the solenoid). Knowing that I went back to 36V (6 batteries, just like I bought it). I was told since I didnt have a 48V solenoid that it may have fried the 36V solenoid, so I bought a new 36V solenoid. I wired everything back up and now my cart does NOTHING at all. I'm new to this so could someone please help me!! Thanks a lot.
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Unread 03-13-2013, 08:39 PM   #2
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Alright, I bought a 93 Club Car about 4 months ago. When I got it it was running great but of course I wanted to change from 36V to 48V and obviously did not know exactly what I was doing (I didnt know you needed to replace more that just the solenoid). Knowing that I went back to 36V (6 batteries, just like I bought it). I was told since I didnt have a 48V solenoid that it may have fried the 36V solenoid, so I bought a new 36V solenoid. I wired everything back up and now my cart does NOTHING at all. I'm new to this so could someone please help me!! Thanks a lot.
I am assuming you have a resistor coil cart? If you could give the serial number (tag under dash) that would help some. You may have fried the v-glide too...
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Unread 03-13-2013, 10:24 PM   #3
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the only thing that i see going to the solenoid is the yellow cord going to the motor, red going to the front switches, (smaller) red and green wires running to what looks like a speaker amp (i'm so sorry i'm not familiar with the parts). I don't see any resistor coil. Hope that helps.
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serial number is: A9334344752
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the only thing that i see going to the solenoid is the yellow cord going to the motor, red going to the front switches, (smaller) red and green wires running to what looks like a speaker amp (i'm so sorry i'm not familiar with the parts). I don't see any resistor coil. Hope that helps.

see anything that looks like this? . . . this is what the resistor coils look like . . .


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