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Unread 04-02-2015, 01:56 PM   #61
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humm, you would have to jumper the cart wire across the two on's and make sure the amperage rating can handle it, otherwise you'll burn it up. Also the voltage for the lights isn't the same as the cart signal wire. You could use a relay though, this would work.
Yeah I thought of that too, hmmmm, more stuff to think about
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Unread 04-02-2015, 01:58 PM   #62
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Yeah I thought of that too, hmmmm, more stuff to think about
Actually that isn't a bad idea, the relay can solve the voltage & amperage requirements in one shot.
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I've never done any wiring with relays, I'd have to do some reading up on the subject...
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It's not that hard at all, Sergio is always drawing up schematics on them here, just put together a list of requirement loads, what you want to happen.
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To check amperage of a circuit, you put your DVM inline with the circuit correct?
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To check amperage of a circuit, you put your DVM inline with the circuit correct?

Yup, make sure If your meter has a 10 amp connection to use it, also it most likely is limited to 10 amps so don't try to read your motor loads with it lol

Unless you have a clamp on fluke like I do!
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Yup, make sure If your meter has a 10 amp connection to use it, also it most likely is limited to 10 amps so don't try to read your motor loads with it lol

Unless you have a clamp on fluke like I do!
Sounds easy enough, so I could check the key switch amperage rather easily it sounds like.
I could also check the Tow switch circuit.

Don't have a fancy meter, just a Sperry and a HF.
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A factory unique key switch?
Yep
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Do you know the part number?
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As far as wiring a relay it is pretty straight forward, You just need a 48v coil relay.

Use the diagram below, where it says 12v AUX battery you plug to your converter 12v output and the headlights to the 12v accessories terminal.

http://www.buggiesgonewild.com/attac...ux_battery.jpg

This is a list of Club Car "Uncommon" keys:

http://www.buggiesgonewild.com/attac...ommon_keys.jpg

I think semantics are important here, Club Car calls them "Uncommon" not "Unique", I think all keys on the same series are keyed the same.

Then again I don't know how "Unique" those Ebay Harley keys really are....
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