|09-04-2008, 03:03 PM||#1|
Not Yet Wild
Join Date: Sep 2008
Headlights aren't working
I just replaced the six 8-volt batteries in my Club Car. Apparently I loosened the wires to the headlights while pulling out the old batteries. All I can find loose in the harness is a single black cable with two end connectors. Anybody know where they get connected?
This cable originataes in a rectangular box attached to the frame with no identification other than "CAUTION- HOT"
I can't find a wiring diagram that includes the headlights and tail lights.
Thanks for your help.
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|09-04-2008, 07:54 PM||#2|
Golf Cart Photographer
Join Date: Jan 2007
Location: Wichita Falls Texas - My Ride 2010 Club Car
Re: Headlights aren't working
Welcome to the forum jimcol.................
The black wires that go to the rectangular box mounted to the frame that says, "Caution Hot" is why the Headlights aren't working.
The rectangular box attached to the frame is the converter to step down the 48 volts to 12 volts so your lights will work.
I do not know which converter you have because some are 16 volts to 12 volts and some are 32 volts to 12 volts and some are 48 volts to 12 volt conversions.
I'm going to guess (and this only a guess) that one of the wires from the rectangular box attached to the frame goes to a fuse block, and if in fact you can see that it does, the other wire must go to the batteries.
Can you get us some photographs so we can help you determine a little more precisely, where the wires go?
You stated: All I can find loose in the harness is a single black cable with two end connectors.
I would be interested in a photo of the 2 end connectors too.
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