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Unread 05-09-2013, 01:45 PM   #21
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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...
I called the guy back and asked him about this. He said he got the code by email and that is what is written on my receipt. He also said they used to send all that stuff, but now they do it all by email? He also said he doesn't have the sticker material to print onto to stick to the cart. He was honestly upset that I didn't believe him, so I think I do. I think there is another problem with it. When we take it North there is a CC dealer there than can put the scan tool on it and read the codes, see what is troubling her.
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Unread 05-09-2013, 04:44 PM   #22
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I called the guy back and asked him about this. He said he got the code by email and that is what is written on my receipt. He also said they used to send all that stuff, but now they do it all by email? He also said he doesn't have the sticker material to print onto to stick to the cart. He was honestly upset that I didn't believe him, so I think I do. I think there is another problem with it. When we take it North there is a CC dealer there than can put the scan tool on it and read the codes, see what is troubling her.
. . . an authorized CC dealer will verify the presence of Speed Code 4 in your controller, and I would think they will do that for free . . . if Code 4 is in fact present in controller, then they should be able to verify whether or not speed sensor is faulty . . . I would do it in this order as not to spend needless monies on a speed sensor without knowing exactly what the speed issue may be . . . good luck and let us know what you find out . . .

PS . . . the CC dealer will be able to see if Code 4 is set into the controller, but he won't be able to read the A, B, C codes that were installed into the controller . . . take those with you in case the person that entered them made a typo entering them . . .
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. . . an authorized CC dealer will verify the presence of Speed Code 4 in your controller, and I would think they will do that for free . . . if Code 4 is in fact present in controller, then they should be able to verify whether or not speed sensor is faulty . . . I would do it in this order as not to spend needless monies on a speed sensor without knowing exactly what the speed issue may be . . . good luck and let us know what you find out . . .

PS . . . the CC dealer will be able to see if Code 4 is set into the controller, but he won't be able to read the A, B, C codes that were installed into the controller . . . take those with you in case the person that entered them made a typo entering them . . .
Thank you, I will!
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