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Unread 03-20-2013, 05:21 PM   #1
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Default 48V Club Car Precedent Battery Hook-up

I am trying to hook up the batteries in club car that was given to me. I didn't take the old ones out, so I don't know where the wires go that is attached. I konw red is positive (so no smart comments...haha).

Black wire coming from the OBC (where does it go)
Red wire attached to the solenoid? It also has a connector to it that I do not know where it goes??
Black wire with blue wire attached??
Red wire coming from the charging port??
Gray wire coming from the charging port as well??

I couldn't find an accurate diagram, so this is why I am asking you guys.... I tried the diagram in the manual on page 210, but I would rather see color pictures.??

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Unread 03-20-2013, 08:30 PM   #2
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Default Re: 48V Club Car Precedent Battery Hook-up

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Gray wire coming from charging port goes to the OBC.
Red wire coming from charging port goes to the #1 battery possitive post
Black wire coming from OBC goes to #4 battery negative
Black wire with blue wire hooks up to #4 battery possitive and #3 battery negative post, the blue wire when all hooked up correctly is a 12v source.

I will get you pictures in the morning if that will be ok? I will get pictures from controller selenoid and OBC and back of charge receptacle.

PM me your email and I can send them to your email in the morning
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Unread 03-20-2013, 08:36 PM   #3
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Delman I forgot to mention on the batteries I am calling 1 ! 4
2 ! 3

Number 1 and 4 batteries up front toward front of cart and # 1 battery under driver side
Number 2 and 3 batteries toward back of cart
I hope this doesn't confuse you.
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Unread 03-23-2013, 08:32 PM   #4
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Hi there,
Is there a certain way to hook up the batteries. I think I had it connected correctly until I got a big spark when I tried to connect the #2 positive to #1 negitive. It sparked>>>
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RockvilleReeses welcome to BGW.

To answer your question yes their is a correct way
#1 make sure if your cart has the run/tow switch make sure it is in the TOW position

Hooking up a 48v four 12 volt system I always hook up my positive wire to the # 1 battery then the negative will go to the # 2 positive then the # 2 negative goes across the black box that covers your controller and electrical and hooks to the # 3 positive and # 3 negative hooks to the # 4 positive then last you hook up your # 4 negative.

What I call # 1 is first battery under seat on drivers side # 2 is back battery on drivers side. # 3 is back battery on passenger side and # 4 is front battery on passenger side.

Front = towards front end/ Back = towards back of cart.

Just remember to put in tow position if your cart has it.

1 4
2 3
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Unread 03-23-2013, 09:42 PM   #6
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If you have a converter hooked in it will spark, not a good thing though.
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