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Unread 08-12-2013, 09:17 PM   #1
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Default 36V motor replacement 1012191 to 1012190

Hello all, This is my first technical post here and i hope i'm doing it right and in the right place. I did some research on the net and on the forum but i haven't found any answers to my questions so here goes.


I have a 1983 Club Car DS with a 36V motor (Model 1012191) in which i have to replace.

1st Question : Is it ok to replace my motor with a 36V motor, model 1012190?.

2nd question : The indentifications of the 4 terminals on the casing of 1012190 are corroded and i cannot read them. Can someone with the same motor tell me the ID's of each terminal from front to back with the motor placed with the casing to the right and the spline left?.

Thanks.

Joe.
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Unread 07-22-2017, 06:27 PM   #2
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Default Re: 36V motor replacement 1012191 to 1012190

Need help identifying mine also. Did you figure it out?
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Unread 08-20-2017, 06:55 PM   #3
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Default Re: 36V motor replacement 1012191 to 1012190

I'm in the same situation. Bought a 1984 club car that was setting for awhile. Replaced all the batteries, forward/reverse switch, and all 5 solenoids. Got it moving but feel a bunch of heat from the resistor coils only after running for a few minutes. Even though I did 1 wire at a time while replacing it, I can't find a wiring schematic that matches the motor I have 1012190. Only stamps are F1 and F2. I want to be sure it's wired correctly.
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