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Unread 04-14-2014, 12:18 AM   #1
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Does anyone know where I can get a MCOR conversion kit for a 95 48v cc. Also would a bad pot cause cart not to move at all?

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Unread 04-14-2014, 09:50 AM   #2
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What's the serial number for your car? Two different potentiometer configurations in 1995. Need to know the week of manufacture.
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A9540465841. Thanks
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AM293101 - MCOR4 Conversion Kit

A site sponsor should be able to hook you up with this part.
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If I am able to locate this part is there a way I can hardwire the pot wires before I purchase a new one to check other components. It's a cc that I've never had running and I want to make sure other components are working before I dive into this?
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If I am able to locate this part is there a way I can hardwire the pot wires before I purchase a new one to check other components. It's a cc that I've never had running and I want to make sure other components are working before I dive into this?
No. You need to replace it if it's bad. You can do more harm than good by attempting to do something like this.
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Thanks. I'll wait for a site sponsor to make a suggestion on where to purchase.
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tahoedawgz71 does this look like the conversion kit you were referring to. I notice this one says 96-97 and mine is 95. It does have the same number you referenced.
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The description sounds correct. But the picture looks like an MCOR1. Either will work
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Thank you sir
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