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Unread 02-25-2014, 01:40 PM   #1
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Default 2010 CC Precedent Install Diagram

Hey y'all,

I just purchased a 2010 CC Precedent with the 6 8V setup. I'm looking to put a light kit and some music in. I've been doing a lot of lurking on the site, but some of the more specific questions I have, I could not find an answer to.

I've drawn a dairgram of how I'm planning the install. I'll be using the MadJax 48V-12V reducer, a Blue Sea fuse block (both positive splits and negative combination back to battery pack), a bucket harness and light kit, and a Pyle amp with a set of Infinity shallow-mount 6.5" speakers controlled with an iPod.

Some of the more seasoned members, take a look at my diagram and let me know you think and what problems I've missed.

My main question is which wire, color/stripe, is the 48V switched power wire? Also, do the Fleet carts in 2010 come with a brake switch already installed or do I need to purchase one? Does the brake switch have the wires ready to connect or do I need to know specific locations and splice into?

Also, the YouTube videos and instructions make mention of the "main blue wire" from the batteries. I have a blue wire from the #1 battery, my 48V positive. The instructions and what-not state to connect the light kit (not sure if it comes from the bucket harness or the light harness) to this, however that is no good since it is 48V. I'm supposing this blue wire would connect to the 12V positive AFTER the reducer, correct? Is there just one "main blue wire" or is there power needed for the bucket harness AND the light kit harness? The YouTube videos for MadJax show them using a 16V-12V reducer and a harness that goes between the bucket harness and the 12 pin connector...does this make sense?
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Unread 02-25-2014, 01:50 PM   #2
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Default Re: 2010 CC Precedent Install Diagram

6point... I too have a 2010 and am looking to do same project more-or-less so I'll be interested in seeing what the veterans on here have to say. My current setup has the Madjax light kits with the bucket harness running to their 16v-12v reducer but I'm changing it so as to avoid and uneven drain on my pack.

My only question was why are you running a negative wire from your pack to the fuse block?
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Unread 02-25-2014, 01:54 PM   #3
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Default Re: 2010 CC Precedent Install Diagram

I used the reducer pictured below. It was a straight plug and play on my 2009 Precedent. The bucket harness plugged right into it and straight into the existing cart wiring. It was super simple and pulls from 48V. I am including a picture below. I'm not sure if any of the site sponsors carry this particular one, but it can be found searching for club car reducer on eBay. It was around $80.00 or so. Also, with regards to the brake switch, I did have to install on my cart as it didn't have a factory one. It also powers on with the key.
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I used the reducer pictured below. It was a straight plug and play on my 2009 Precedent. The bucket harness plugged right into it and straight into the existing cart wiring. It was super simple and pulls from 48V.
That's a sweet setup with plug/play but can/how do you run any additional accessories off of it? My thinking was along lines of 6 point's in having a fuse block between convertor and accessories or say in the case of an amp, have it run convertor, fuse block, switch, amp.
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Negative side of fuse block to return all grounds to batteries. So as to avoid grounding to chassis.
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Jneubig, isn't that a reducer just.for lights? Rated at 10-15amps? I'm running Madjax 30amp so I can run amp and lights off reducer.

Now, back to my point, is it wired up correctly. Haha. Doesn't matter which reducer you have if cart doesn't run because of bad wiring.
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That's a sweet setup with plug/play but can/how do you run any additional accessories off of it? My thinking was along lines of 6 point's in having a fuse block between convertor and accessories or say in the case of an amp, have it run convertor, fuse block, switch, amp.
The only other accessory I have is a stereo system. I bought the Enviroaudio Precedent system from a sponsor here. It has a 48V amp, so it all hooked up using just two wires from the entire battery pack. Sounds awesome too.
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Jneubig, isn't that a reducer just.for lights? Rated at 10-15amps? I'm running Madjax 30amp so I can run amp and lights off reducer.

Now, back to my point, is it wired up correctly. Haha. Doesn't matter which reducer you have if cart doesn't run because of bad wiring.
Yep, just for my lights.
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Negative side of fuse block to return all grounds to batteries. So as to avoid grounding to chassis.
ok... I get the chassis avoidance but am I missing something (completely possible)? If you're using a Blue Sea fuse block with negative bus like the 5025 and you're running the 12V neg from the convertor to it and the 48v neg to the pack, are you not grounding all back to the pack? Your accessories would run both pos & neg to the fuse block with possibly a switch in-between.

Like I said earlier, his is a learning process for me too so if I'm missing something, I want to know/learn too.
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Unread 02-25-2014, 02:38 PM   #10
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Yes they would all run negatives back to pack. Ground is ground, right? No voltage in grounding. So the reducer, powered by a 48v positive, and an amp, powered by 12v positive, will be using same ground. The main ground on my cart is down below and behind the main pack. It is a factory wire with a butt connector already crimped to it. Will this be okay? Does it need multiple grounds depending on positive voltage? Does the ground need to be negative terminal on battery or is the factory main ground okay?
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