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Unread 05-04-2013, 09:31 AM   #1
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Default 36 Volt F/R Switch question

I have the parts manual for my cart (2004 CC DS Series), but my cart has a 36V F/R switch not the stock 48V shown in the manual. Does anyone have a wiring schematic for a 36V F/R switch that they can post?
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Unread 05-06-2013, 07:36 AM   #2
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Default Re: 36 Volt F/R Switch question

. . . does this help?

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Default Re: 36 Volt F/R Switch question

Thanks Stevegrmich. It does help, but it doesn't take away my confusion. Both diagrams (mine and the one that you provided) show 3 micro-switches. My cart has a 4th that is dangling just behind the F/R switch (see picture) that has 3 wires (Solid colors White, Black & Green) going into it? I'm trying to identify what the heck it is and what its for.
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Default Re: 36 Volt F/R Switch question

I don't think any CC had 4 ms?
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Default Re: 36 Volt F/R Switch question

I think you're right Scottyb. In my manual it shows 3. According to TahoeDawg this is a 36V F/R switch that is on my cart...cool. I see in the document that Steve provided it also shows 3. In the attached picture you can see the 3 where they should be, but if you look in the lower left of the picture you can see that bad boy hanging there. Since I have the cart apart I want to take my time and deal with whatever I find and this switch is a mystery.
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Well then, follow the wires and see where they go
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Default Re: 36 Volt F/R Switch question

Ok so I've identified what it is...it's a Half Speed Limit Switch. Why would it just be hanging there vs. being mounted with the others? Is it because the cart didn't originally require one? The manual shows 3 micro-switches on the 48 volt F/R switch. Some of you guys have built many carts and have vast experience. Some of you are Techs and have tons of experience.

Check this out. The manual shows the 36V F/R having only 1 micro-switch referred to as "Limit Switch". Which is identical the "Anti-Arcing Limit Switch" (1 of 3) found in the manual under the 48V F/R section.

Here's what my cart has,
1. 36V F/R Lever (manual shows 1 micro-switch)
2. 1 each of "Anti-Arcing" Limit Switch, "Reverse Buzzer" Limit Switch and 2 "Half Speed" Limit Switches. 1 mounted as shown in the manual (48V page) and the 1 dangling (shown in earlier pic).

Anyone have any thoughts?
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Ok so I've identified what it is...it's a Half Speed Limit Switch. Why would it just be hanging there vs. being mounted with the others? Is it because the cart didn't originally require one? The manual shows 3 micro-switches on the 48 volt F/R switch. Some of you guys have built many carts and have vast experience. Some of you are Techs and have tons of experience.

Check this out. The manual shows the 36V F/R having only 1 micro-switch referred to as "Limit Switch". Which is identical the "Anti-Arcing Limit Switch" (1 of 3) found in the manual under the 48V F/R section.

Here's what my cart has,
1. 36V F/R Lever (manual shows 1 micro-switch)
2. 1 each of "Anti-Arcing" Limit Switch, "Reverse Buzzer" Limit Switch and 2 "Half Speed" Limit Switches. 1 mounted as shown in the manual (48V page) and the 1 dangling (shown in earlier pic).

Anyone have any thoughts?
. . . do you have half-speed in Reverse?
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Unread 05-11-2013, 10:37 AM   #9
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Default Re: 36 Volt F/R Switch question

When the cart was running...yes I did have 1/2 speed.
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Sorry about that Steve...yes when it was running I did have 1/2 speed in reverse.
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