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Unread 05-03-2013, 10:56 AM   #11
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I'm starting to think he was NOT a CC dealer and didn't know what i was talking about. I have an 08 CC Precedent. There is a shop up north that does this all the time, I guess I will go there.
Find your nearest dealer and have them check the speed code for you. They should do that for free. Then if it is not on 4, have them set it to 4 for around $100. Like Steve said, it takes a week to get the code from Club Car.
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Unread 05-03-2013, 06:45 PM   #12
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So, this guy calls me back today all peeved off and said HE paid another guy $125 dollars to put my cart to 4. Well, I didn't pay him to pay someone else to do it, I asked if HE could do it. Now I am out of this money and I have to hope he gives me another windshield. Lesson learned, don't go to dealer before asking here first!
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Update on speed settings. He called me today to tell me my windshield was in. I asked him about the speed settings and what the guy was supposed to have done. He said the guy called CC and got the code. He also told me he has the receipt to prove it. Do I believe him, yes. Do I believe the other guy set it to "4", no. Oh well, lesson learned, I will get my windshield tomorrow and that will be the end of that.
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Talked today to the guy who did the speed code. He definitely did and gave me the codes to prove it. So... I'm thinking I may still have a bad speed sensor, or my cart just isn't able to go over 14mph?
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Talked today to the guy who did the speed code. He definitely did and gave me the codes to prove it. So... I'm thinking I may still have a bad speed sensor, or my cart just isn't able to go over 14mph?
. . . if my cart would not exceed 14mph after being told it had speed code 4 programmed into it, I would want to verify the speed code 4 via a Curtis Programmer (CC IQDM) . . . if the programmer showed controller set for speed code 4, then I would be looking elsewhere for my speed issue . . . typically when a controller is set to "personal speed setting 4", a warning sticker is placed on the cart and controller with cart/controller serial #'s and speed 4 codes that were entered into controller . . .
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. . . if my cart would not exceed 14mph after being told it had speed code 4 programmed into it, I would want to verify the speed code 4 via a Curtis Programmer (CC IQDM) . . . if the programmer showed controller set for speed code 4, then I would be looking elsewhere for my speed issue . . . typically when a controller is set to "personal speed setting 4", a warning sticker is placed on the cart and controller with cart/controller serial #'s and speed 4 codes that were entered into controller . . .
thank you Steve. There is no such sticker, so I think I'm being played for a fool. Where would this sticker be if he put one on there?
Here is the photo of the receipt, not sure how to read it.

Can you tell from this? He also wrote that the speed sensor was bad, it was showing a code on the scan tool. I'm not sure.
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thank you Steve. There is no such sticker, so I think I'm being played for a fool. Where would this sticker be if he put one on there?
Here is the photo of the receipt, not sure how to read it.

Can you tell from this? He also wrote that the speed sensor was bad, it was showing a code on the scan tool. I'm not sure.
. . . the A, B, C codes on the receipt seem right, but are different for each controller/cart combination . . . typically the sticker would be on the controller, but if he is not a CC authorized dealer, maybe he doesn't have the sticker . . . again, I would see if I could verify the code 4 installed properly using the appropriate programmer . . . once I saw the code 4 was actually in the controller, I would then investigate elsewhere for the speed issue . . . typically when the speed sensor craps out, the cart defaults to a "limp" mode of about 8-9mph . . .
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Unread 05-09-2013, 10:32 AM   #18
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My dealer just wrote the code on the bottom of the controller with a marker, there was no sticker.
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Unread 05-09-2013, 10:42 AM   #19
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Steve, where is the controller at? I just looked for anything, not sure where to look.
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When you want to install code 4, you call the dealer and tell them your cart serial number as well as the controller serial number. They will then send that off to Club Car and Club Car will send the dealer a bag with the warning stickers and code sticker in it. The code sticker has the serial number of the cart and controller printed on it. The dealer then calls you and you bring your cart up to them. They use their programmer and input the three codes. The cart now has code 4 installed. They also should place the stickers on the cart. Like I said they "should". Sometimes this always doesn't happen, and that is what causes confusion later down the road.
If the serial number on the sticker matches the serial on the controller, you know for certain you have code 4 installed.
PS This entire process should cost $100 at an authorized CC dealer.
PSS The controller is behind the access panel in the bag well in rear of cart...
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