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lcmedic39 05-22-2018 02:27 PM

Re: MCOR / Pedal Assembly Confusion Explained
 
would a bad MCOR make the cart not go in reverse but work in forward?

NoleFan4Ever 05-22-2018 03:53 PM

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You would not have an MCOR, you would have a variable speed potentiometer (Looks like a piece of pie turned on its side mounted down under your seat)

This is what you would need if you are wanting to convert - V-Glide or Potbox to MCOR4 Conversion for DS - AM293201

TahoeDawgZ71 05-22-2018 09:06 PM

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Quote:

Originally Posted by lcmedic39 (Post 1504700)
would a bad MCOR make the cart not go in reverse but work in forward?

No.

Golfinw71 08-08-2018 05:45 AM

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I have a Quick question and this thread looks to be the most appropriate place to ask so here it goes.

I have a 2005 transporter 6 series motor that has the mcor 1 believe and the linkage has a lot of slop in it. Will the conversion kit and new metal linkage help or do I need to look elsewhere for a solution? TIA

TahoeDawgZ71 08-08-2018 08:42 AM

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Quote:

Originally Posted by Golfinw71 (Post 1529279)
I have a Quick question and this thread looks to be the most appropriate place to ask so here it goes.

I have a 2005 transporter 6 series motor that has the mcor 1 believe and the linkage has a lot of slop in it. Will the conversion kit and new metal linkage help or do I need to look elsewhere for a solution? TIA

If the linkage has slop in it you need to fix the linkage. You'll need....

Qty 2 - 1011694 accelerator bearing and bracket assy
Qty 1 - 102026001 Pivot Rod

Golfinw71 08-08-2018 06:29 PM

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Thanks TahoedawgZ71!! The gas pedal, at the top of pedal, moves about a 1/4" I assume this is enough (slop) to not achieve full power out of the MCOR? I measured the ohms prior to all this and all I was getting was about 2k. I could stick a flat head screw driver and lift the mcor the extra bit and get to 1100

TahoeDawgZ71 08-08-2018 06:31 PM

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Quote:

Originally Posted by Golfinw71 (Post 1529503)
Thanks TahoedawgZ71!! The gas pedal, at the top of pedal, moves about a 1/4" I assume this is enough (slop) to not achieve full power out of the MCOR? I measured the ohms prior to all this and all I was getting was about 2k. I could stick a flat head screw driver and lift the mcor the extra bit and get to 1100

1/4" is minimal movement, but it doesn't take much to throw it off. Are you having any issues with the park brake locking? You can text me if you'd like so we don't clog up this sticky thread. 706-431-3917

Golfinw71 08-08-2018 08:08 PM

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Oops, didn't realize that. I'll reach out this week. Thanks again!

IslandCart 08-13-2018 04:15 PM

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4 Attachment(s)
2010 Precedent with Excel Drive System, the cart has a 1515-5201 controller. Is anyone familiar with the attached pics of the MCOR adaptor? Also, will a 1510a-5251 controller work on the cart?Attachment 173909

Attachment 173910

Attachment 173911

Attachment 173912

TahoeDawgZ71 08-13-2018 07:41 PM

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Did you post this before or after you called? Do you have any more questions? If so, text me.

Bogiemeister 08-14-2018 03:50 PM

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Thank You for this wonderful explanation. I ordered the appropriate MCOR for my cart and it resolved all my stalling and stuttering issues.

TahoeDawgZ71 08-14-2018 08:52 PM

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Quote:

Originally Posted by Bogiemeister (Post 1531500)
Thank You for this wonderful explanation. I ordered the appropriate MCOR for my cart and it resolved all my stalling and stuttering issues.

:thumbup:

Hit it like a champ 09-08-2018 02:42 PM

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I have a 2014 precident IQ cart after i put in the alltrax 500 controller it is a little jumpy when starting out slow is this why do i need to replace the MCOR. If you think this is a good idea to change this i will do it. I was thinking it was just because the aftermarket controller.

scooterman 09-08-2018 03:38 PM

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what is the model controller you put in?

NoleFan4Ever 09-08-2018 09:48 PM

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Quote:

Originally Posted by Hit it like a champ (Post 1539315)
I have a 2014 precident IQ cart after i put in the alltrax 500 controller it is a little jumpy when starting out slow is this why do i need to replace the MCOR. If you think this is a good idea to change this i will do it. I was thinking it was just because the aftermarket controller.

Under the Controller tab select Clear Auto-Cal and then let it relearn the MCOR throttle. And be sure the selected throttle is an MCOR.

If it is still a problem after that, your potentiometer is probably failing in the MCOR.

joop1881 10-03-2018 03:16 PM

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Please forgive if this has been covered. I know that the MCOR conversion won't work on resistor carts, but I am planning on converting that to solid state as well. If I convert to solid state am I good to go with "AM293201" on 1993 DS and use existing pedal?

TahoeDawgZ71 10-03-2018 04:08 PM

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Originally Posted by joop1881 (Post 1546578)
Please forgive if this has been covered. I know that the MCOR conversion won't work on resistor carts, but I am planning on converting that to solid state as well. If I convert to solid state am I good to go with "AM293201" on 1993 DS and use existing pedal?

Yes and No. The 1993 DS has a totally different accelerator pedal and return spring setup than a mid 95-Present. It would fit on the frame and the wiring can be adapted to work with your conversion harness, but you're going to have to get creative to get the drive bar to fit on the base of the pedal. I've done it several times, but it takes some notching and fabrication to make it work. If you're good at fabrication, go for it.

joop1881 10-04-2018 07:47 AM

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Originally Posted by TahoeDawgZ71 (Post 1546599)
Yes and No. The 1993 DS has a totally different accelerator pedal and return spring setup than a mid 95-Present. It would fit on the frame and the wiring can be adapted to work with your conversion harness, but you're going to have to get creative to get the drive bar to fit on the base of the pedal. I've done it several times, but it takes some notching and fabrication to make it work. If you're good at fabrication, go for it.

That makes sense. I'm willing to give the ol' college try. Do you happen to have an electronic copy of the installation instructions for the kit that I could study to see the differences between the two setups? Would you be willing to share, if so? Thanks again.

BBBHC 10-04-2018 09:00 AM

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Attachment 176154

Not sure, but this may pertain to part of joop's post. I have a 92 CC DS, that was originally gas, that I am converting to electric.

Dave, I ordered the mcor4 from you and installed it on my cart. I also ordered the attached picture (accel pivot rod assembly kit, 102026001). However, from what I can tell the mcor4 parts fit perfectly without utilizing the pivot rod assembly.


I unfortunately am not far enough into my build to see if it is truly working, as I have not even been able to put batteries in yet. Am I missing something, and will end up needing the pivot rod installed?

joop1881 10-04-2018 10:10 AM

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FWIW, found this great thread that looks like the info I need. Perhaps it will help you too, BB.

http://www.buggiesgonewild.com/elect...-am293201.html

TahoeDawgZ71 10-04-2018 10:12 PM

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I do not have a digital copy of these instructions. I'll see if I can dig some up Monday. I'm not working tomorrow. Wife and I are going to a concert. As for the pivot rod, the 102026001 has an extra barb that fits into the drive bar to keep it from falling off. The old ones don't have this. It'll fit around the base of the pedal, but it'll be sloppy. You'll probably end up having to use it.

BBBHC 10-08-2018 07:15 AM

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That would be very helpful David! I've looked around, but don't see any clear install pictures/diagrams for how it is mounted.

TahoeDawgZ71 10-08-2018 11:40 AM

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Originally Posted by BBBHC (Post 1547974)
That would be very helpful David! I've looked around, but don't see any clear install pictures/diagrams for how it is mounted.

PM me your email address. I now have a digital copy.

Txpartyguy 10-14-2018 08:21 PM

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I have a 2014 precedent anyone know if the mcor 4 will hook right up with out any type of conversion plug or anything or do I need to take apart before I order part to make sure donít really want to take apart till I got part as I can still use my cart...Thanx

TahoeDawgZ71 10-15-2018 08:17 AM

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Originally Posted by Txpartyguy (Post 1550113)
I have a 2014 precedent anyone know if the mcor 4 will hook right up with out any type of conversion plug or anything or do I need to take apart before I order part to make sure donít really want to take apart till I got part as I can still use my cart...Thanx

Yes, It's a direct replacement. You do not need a conversion kit, just the MCOR 4.

67msarge 11-27-2018 06:32 PM

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TahoeDawg, ordered my MCOR2 to MCOR4 Conversion Kit for Precedent with Gen2 Pedal Assy - AM293001 from ya. hope it cures my problems. benched checked old one and resistance was jumping all over the place just like when driving it!



Thanks
Lee:thumbup:

Aleone 02-12-2019 12:12 PM

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When I accelerate to the floor the cart stops any thoughts

NoleFan4Ever 02-12-2019 12:25 PM

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Originally Posted by Aleone (Post 1586837)
When I accelerate to the floor the cart stops any thoughts

Gotta tell us a lot more than that and you do not need to cross-post or hijack. Start your own thread with all the details of your cart and the problem. :thumbup:

Timinator 08-10-2019 08:11 AM

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So, I have a MCOR 4 upgrade and it's been....ok? I still have an initial dead spot while starting up then the cart lurches forward. Also, there is no smooth low speed cruising speed, it's pulsing. Full speed is fine though. Lot's of power. I'm not sure what the deal is.

TahoeDawgZ71 08-10-2019 09:50 AM

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Quote:

Originally Posted by Timinator (Post 1643328)
So, I have a MCOR 4 upgrade and it's been....ok? I still have an initial dead spot while starting up then the cart lurches forward. Also, there is no smooth low speed cruising speed, it's pulsing. Full speed is fine though. Lot's of power. I'm not sure what the deal is.

Did you order it from us? If not, pay close attention to the sticker on the side of the MCOR4. If it says "CHINA" on the label, it's junk. Replace it with an OEM version.

Timinator 08-11-2019 08:53 AM

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Originally Posted by TahoeDawgZ71 (Post 1643353)
Did you order it from us? If not, pay close attention to the sticker on the side of the MCOR4. If it says "CHINA" on the label, it's junk. Replace it with an OEM version.

Of course I bought it from you guys! Thanks for the email, I'll pull it off and throw a ohm meter on it and check it out.

Timinator 08-14-2019 08:31 AM

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Here's an interesting tidbit, just removing my MCOR4 (Mexico made not China) has smoothed it out considerably. I think spraying the connectors and such may be something I need to do occasionally. It's not "perfect", but it's about 80% smoother. Electrical connections LOVE DeoxIT D5S its the only thing I used on old amps and vintage electronics.

Jeff McGuire 08-23-2019 06:54 AM

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Are the pedal assemblies the same for gas and electric? I have an 05' that has a stuck parking brake. If i buy a used set of second gen. pedals off a elec., will my gcor bolt on the newer style pedals?

TahoeDawgZ71 08-23-2019 07:27 AM

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Quote:

Originally Posted by Jeff McGuire (Post 1647107)
Are the pedal assemblies the same for gas and electric? I have an 05' that has a stuck parking brake. If i buy a used set of second gen. pedals off a elec., will my gcor bolt on the newer style pedals?

You can do it, but you need an adapter and a drive bar to make it fit on the Gen 2 pedal assembly.

103744901 - Adapter, MCOR2/GCOR
103745001 - Drive Bar, MCOR2/GCOR

Jeff McGuire 08-23-2019 08:21 AM

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Excellent thanks for the reply David. Based on what i have read on this thread, is this my only viable option as the first gen. pedals are discontinued now?

TahoeDawgZ71 08-23-2019 08:41 AM

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Quote:

Originally Posted by Jeff McGuire (Post 1647135)
Excellent thanks for the reply David. Based on what i have read on this thread, is this my only viable option as the first gen. pedals are discontinued now?



Correct


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nelly1052 09-04-2019 09:07 AM

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2001 Ds runs at 22 mph normally. got new batteries. Ran at 22mph after charge. Later would only go 14mph. Checked batteries and all looked good. 49.6 volts. Checked load on each and all looked good. Charged them again and got 22. After awhile only got 14 mph again. I have a new after market MCOR that has been working good. Puzzled!

NoleFan4Ever 09-06-2019 06:11 AM

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It is either the MCOR (and most likely as the aftermarkets or poorly made) or a speed sensor issue, but 14 is fast as Limp mode is only 1/2 speed.

You can test the MCOR output to see, but it will have to be done when the problem exist or you will have an erroneous reading.

yensidcamper 09-14-2019 05:19 PM

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Just installed the MCOR 4 I got from David. Solved my jerky ride problem. Thanks again David your knowledge and service is top notch.

TahoeDawgZ71 09-16-2019 10:43 AM

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Quote:

Originally Posted by yensidcamper (Post 1652913)
Just installed the MCOR 4 I got from David. Solved my jerky ride problem. Thanks again David your knowledge and service is top notch.

You're very welcome.


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