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Unread 05-13-2013, 06:43 PM   #1
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Default 36 Volt V-Glide Wiring problem.

I just bought a 36 Volt Club Car DS with a V-Glide set up. It had no V-Glide when I got it, it had melted due to a broken resistor coil ( I think), I wired up everything the best I could from the wiring diagram I found on here but the Forward/Reverse switch is backwards and it seems like it wants to move even in neutral. Something in my wiring is obviously off, does anyone have a better, more thorough wiring diagram or some pictures or any ideas?

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Unread 05-13-2013, 09:53 PM   #2
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Default Re: 36 Volt V-Glide Wiring problem.

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the Forward/Reverse switch is backwards and it seems like it wants to move even in neutral.
how can it be backwards ? if it wants to move in neutral... the micro switch (limit switch) on the f/r switch is not working

here are the 2 wiring diagrams i use


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Unread 05-20-2013, 08:12 PM   #3
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Default Re: 36 Volt V-Glide Wiring problem.

Thanks for the wiring diagrams! I have it working now, but reverse seems slow and weak, any idea what could cause that? Forward works fine. I have a new V-Glide assembly, clean battery connections and a new resistor coil(the biggest one).
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Thanks for the wiring diagrams! I have it working now, but reverse seems slow and weak, any idea what could cause that? Forward works fine. I have a new V-Glide assembly, clean battery connections and a new resistor coil(the biggest one).
as seen in diagrams reverse is wired to 18v .. i guess this was a safety feature .. you can make it go faster by moving reverse {green wire/cable}from battery 4 positive to battery 1 positive
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Default Re: 36 Volt V-Glide Wiring problem.

Thanks! I was wondering, when the cart is parked with the key off, is it better to leave the switch in neutral or F/R? Also what's the best way to wire up the headlights for 12 volts? I tried it once according to the diagram that came with the lights but they wouldn't work.
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Thanks! I was wondering, when the cart is parked with the key off, is it better to leave the switch in neutral or F/R? Also what's the best way to wire up the headlights for 12 volts? I tried it once according to the diagram that came with the lights but they wouldn't work.
i personalty put it in neutral... but you might want to ask ScottyB

here is a basic wireing diagram for 36v v glide

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