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Alby 10-23-2021 04:56 PM

1995 Club Car-quit firing
 
CART BEEN DOING FINE WITH NEW CARB AND FUEL PUMP. TODAY WAS DRIVING AROUND AND JUST STOPPED. NOT A FUEL ISSUE. I PULLLED PLUG AND GROOUNDED IT AND HAVE NO SPARK. CHECKED ALL WIRES AND CONNECTIONS -ALL FINE. i AM LOOSING MY PATIENCE WITH THIS CART!!! iM THINKING I NEED TO SELL IT OR BURN IT! WHY WOULD IT STOP FIRING ALL OF THE SUDDEN?

Swan 10-23-2021 06:03 PM

Re: 1995 Club Car-quit firing
 
No need to scream, we can read you just fine .

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Alby 10-23-2021 06:36 PM

Re: 1995 Club Car-quit firing
 
Not screaming- at least not on here! LOL

Gumbys69 10-27-2021 07:12 AM

Re: 1995 Club Car-quit firing
 
Ignition coil or igniter. They are both separate on that year. I replaced my coil and there was no change even though mine looked original from 1995. After i replaced my igniter it works perfect!

crash12888 10-27-2021 09:13 AM

Re: 1995 Club Car-quit firing
 
Low on the front of the motor right above the drain plug there is a black box with a brown wire attached to ground, remove the brown wire from ground and try it.

Alby 10-27-2021 03:45 PM

Re: 1995 Club Car-quit firing
 
So when i pull the brown wire loose, I need to see if plug is firing? Ill work on it this PM. If it fires does that mean bad igniter? Ill check this PM. Thanks

crash12888 10-28-2021 06:45 AM

Re: 1995 Club Car-quit firing
 
That is the rev limiter. If it fires it needs to be replaced or some people just leave them disconnected but as the name implies, it is a safety feature.

Matt Kirsch 10-28-2021 08:24 AM

Re: 1995 Club Car-quit firing
 
The other possibility is the iginition coil. Mine quit sparking one day too. Changed out the rev limiter and ignitor because I was told that was 100% the problem. It wasn't.

On mine the coil was rusty and delaminated enough to where it would not function.

Changing the coil without taking the engine out is loads of fun. You can't get the shroud off without pulling the engine, but I just removed all the bolts I could, and pried the cover out enough to change the coil. Not fun but lots less work than pulling the engine.

Alby 10-28-2021 03:56 PM

Re: 1995 Club Car-quit firing
 
It sounds like i need to replace all 3 parts. I'm pretty sure they have probably not been changed before i got the cart. Fun, Fun!!!

CP241 10-28-2021 04:31 PM

Re: 1995 Club Car-quit firing
 
You can replace the ignition coil with the newer style and ditch the ignitor all together. Call David hicks at revolution golf cars for a good price on oem parts. Donít do the aftermarket ones, theyíre not much cheaper and wonít last very long.


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