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Unread 07-13-2013, 09:09 PM   #1
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my 1995 electric club car 36 volt has v-glide,no pot switch,has a box of some sort between the solenoid and motor. ok heres my problem sometimes it will just shut down like a bad connection. have checked all the cabels they seem ok.after a little while it will just start running agin. when I quits and you push the accel. pedal you can feel it catch just a little but then no power. any ideas?
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Unread 07-13-2013, 09:55 PM   #2
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If that "box" is behind the solenoid and mounted up under the body then it is your motor controller. It's a pain to get to them, but check the connections on it as they may be loose. Be gentle when checking the three small wires that plug in, If you break off a tab you're looking at $$ to replace the controller. Also, make sure all the battery cable connections are clean and tight.
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yes that's were it is.how do you get to it ? jcak up cart and go from underside?
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How do you get to it ? jack up cart and go from underside?
Yes, that way seems to work as good as anything. Newer carts have a black inspection cover under the rear basket that makes things like this very easy, but you have to be a little acrobatic on the older ones. Also, before you go getting wrenches around too many things checking for tightness and corrosion you might want to unhook the battery pack at the main + and - terminals to keep any unintentional spark showers from occurring. Looking over the whole cart for cables or wires that are loose or not plugged fully in, and also for corroded connections would be where I would start. I'm sure others will chime in soon with even more advice.
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