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Unread 03-19-2018, 06:37 PM   #11
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If you suddenly have no reverse buzzer, I would go after the Reed switch.
If itís cheap Iíll give it a try thanks!
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Unread 03-19-2018, 06:42 PM   #12
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If itís cheap Iíll give it a try thanks!
Bypassing the reed switch is very cheap, free. I don't have the pic to post, but search it in here, or maybe someone will post it. You can do the same thing by running a wire from B+ battery post to the forward micro switch.

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Bypassing the reed switch is very cheap, free. I don't have the pic to post, but search it in here, or maybe someone will post it. You can do the same thing by running a wire from B+ battery post to the forward micro switch.

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That did the trick. The golf cart that hasnít moved in years now flys up and down to the driveway. Canít believe something so small and simple was the hold up this entire time. Well now I know for future reference. At least I have a pretty good understanding of these carts now. Thanks for all the help everyone.
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That did the trick. The golf cart that hasnít moved in years now flys up and down to the driveway. Canít believe something so small and simple was the hold up this entire time. Well now I know for future reference. At least I have a pretty good understanding of these carts now. Thanks for all the help everyone.
Join the addiction. I joined this site 3 or 4 years ago to learn how to get an old medalist running that I had acquired, and now I have a pretty good side business fixing and building cart for people. Just received the parts for two builds to do this weekend. I'll probably post pics later. Great site for great knowledge. Congrats on the fix!

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