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Unread 11-09-2014, 09:04 PM   #41
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last piece of my install just finished, the rear tail lights fitted and wired up.

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Unread 11-10-2014, 11:34 AM   #42
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Those look like running lights you are using for brake lights. My question is how did you wire those to your factory harness? The Club Car bucket harness has a 3 pin connector that would need to be cut off. Did you cut the factory connector off or modify the light wire to plug into the factory harness?
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You are correct they are running lights. I ran some .75mm2 figure 8 back to them via the chassis rails to the battery compartment where I spliced them together and then ran the figure 8 to the light switch on the dash which has 12v switched +and a ground. I cable tied the run on the top of the chassis rails so no sticks or branches can rip them from the under carriage.

All my 12v stuff is pretty well ran independent to the factory loom. Only interface to the factory loom is to a relay coil so the key switch turns lighting/accessories 12v supply off.

In your case TS rather than cut the connector off you could likely make a breakout plug to keep the factory loom intact providing you can source the terminals and you have a switched 12v dc available.
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You are correct they are running lights. I ran some .75mm2 figure 8 back to them via the chassis rails to the battery compartment where I spliced them together and then ran the figure 8 to the light switch on the dash which has 12v switched +and a ground. I cable tied the run on the top of the chassis rails so no sticks or branches can rip them from the under carriage.

All my 12v stuff is pretty well ran independent to the factory loom. Only interface to the factory loom is to a relay coil so the key switch turns lighting/accessories 12v supply off.

In your case TS rather than cut the connector off you could likely make a breakout plug to keep the factory loom intact providing you can source the terminals and you have a switched 12v dc available.
I'm running a 48V (12x4) setup so it sounds like the way to go if I used running lights.

My model cart does requires buying a bucket harness for a standard light kit, so I've been contemplating just buying the LiTESeasy Deluxe kit and being done with it. That kit comes with a front light, rear light, reducer and does not require the bucket harness and comes with the reducer. Choices, choices.....
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