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Unread 04-01-2008, 06:41 PM   #31
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Maybe one of these can help you sort this monster out.

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Unread 04-01-2008, 07:26 PM   #32
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FWIW:

For your reference this is the interior of a 1986 Marathon. (b4 frame off resto) I concur with napalaz. 70's era body/frame with some changes to suspension points and a mid to late 80's era rear end and motor. I believe that rear axle and motor were used up to 1994.

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Unread 04-01-2008, 07:29 PM   #33
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NOOOOOOOOOO!!! If his is a late 70s model, he needs this one:



Just downlaod the pic, enlarge it to fit an entire sheet of paper, and print it out!!! Its the one I'm using for my late 70s model...
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Unread 06-23-2008, 11:20 AM   #34
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Howdee gents,
I too got me an ezgo with most of the wires disconnected. I guy I bought it from said to redrill his epoxied burnt board. I bought a new one from Powell.com for 12 bucks. I have seen conflicting diagrams. Since my serial number ends in 79 I think that 1979 is what I have. WIRING using the above diagram leaves a few unanswered questions...so here goes

1. I have 4 wires from the coils ok np there, but I have another one labeled 4 and the drawing is unclear to me where it goes maybe the A2 post on rh side of motor goes ahead of the 4 in the speed board?

2. Next I have a microswitch that seems to want to be mounted to ride the cam of the throttle at on the Accelerator Switch Assembly similiar to t6he one I borrowed in my drawing but on the other side of the board. Is this the correct location?

3 Does the Main Accelerator Switch Assembly power go to the solonoid? if so what side it correct?

4 Is this the charger?

5 The motor has two more posts and wires where are they supposed to go?

I will upload pics tonight when I get home
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Unread 06-23-2008, 11:46 AM   #35
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Hello From West Texas. I Just Joined The Community. I Need To See If Anyone Out There Has A Wiring Diagram For A 1985 Ez Go Three Wheeler. Thanks Al
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Unread 06-24-2008, 10:27 AM   #36
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Howdee gents,
I too got me an ezgo with most of the wires disconnected. I guy I bought it from said to redrill his epoxied burnt board. I bought a new one from Powell.com for 12 bucks. I have seen conflicting diagrams. Since my serial number ends in 79 I think that 1979 is what I have. WIRING using the above diagram leaves a few unanswered questions...so here goes

1. I have 4 wires from the coils ok np there, but I have another one labeled 4 and the drawing is unclear to me where it goes maybe the A2 post on rh side of motor goes ahead of the 4 in the speed board?

2. Next I have a microswitch that seems to want to be mounted to ride the cam of the throttle at on the Accelerator Switch Assembly similiar to t6he one I borrowed in my drawing but on the other side of the board. Is this the correct location?

3 Does the Main Accelerator Switch Assembly power go to the solonoid? if so what side it correct?

4 Is this the charger?

5 The motor has two more posts and wires where are they supposed to go?

I will upload pics tonight when I get home

Ok here are the pic and yes i do have four posts on the motor I jsut dont know where they should go if you look at the wiring diagram you can see differences so I was hoping some body knows
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Unread 06-24-2008, 11:17 AM   #37
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Welcome to the forum horsestuff....................
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