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Old 08-23-2020, 04:45 AM   #161
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With the Throttle Sensor conversion kit for the 09 precedent is the MCOR a 2 or 3?
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Old 09-05-2020, 02:36 PM   #162
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Well, I just had to order my 2nd MCOR4 after the conversion. They just don't last very long. Mexico, China, Alaska, they all fail after a couple of years. I use my cart daily, so I may be an extreme case, but it is what it is.
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Old 09-17-2020, 02:04 PM   #163
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So, I just replaced an MCOR4 from Mexico with one from China. That fixed all the dead spots and jumpy on/off stuff. I took the old one/Mexico apart and didn't see too much to them. I wiped it out pushed the tongs up a bit to make better contact. Cleaned the contacts and it seems to run smooth now on a Volt meter. If the Mexico one fails, I'll throw this one back on and see what happens.
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Old 10-31-2020, 11:59 AM   #164
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I know this is an old post but I just purchased a 2009 precedent cheap because of the TPS issue. This is the cart serial# Ph0903-994095 can somebody please help me with a part number or conversion kit to swap it over to MCOR, any help would be much appreciated! Happy Halloween!
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I know this is an old post but I just purchased a 2009 precedent cheap because of the TPS issue. This is the cart serial# Ph0903-994095 can somebody please help me with a part number or conversion kit to swap it over to MCOR, any help would be much appreciated! Happy Halloween!
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Old 11-04-2020, 11:13 AM   #166
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I know this is an old post but I just purchased a 2009 precedent cheap because of the TPS issue. This is the cart serial# Ph0903-994095 can somebody please help me with a part number or conversion kit to swap it over to MCOR, any help would be much appreciated! Happy Halloween!
We can definitely help you with this.

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Old 03-16-2021, 08:26 PM   #167
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Yup, bringin' it back, lol...
I wonder if there is a way to weather proof these when new to keep from replacing them so often. I assume location and storage of the cart play a big role in the longevity? I'm located in Fl and I'm on my 3rd MCOR in 2.5yrs of ownership (2016 CC precedent). I purchased mine refurbished and built custom order in Dec of 2018. This forum, the members and the sponsors have been a huge help just to note! I do the usual pedal pump before taking the cart out and that lasts for quite a while until I get to where I need to pull off to the side more often while out for a cruise to pump the pedal again, and that's when I order a new one. I order the Mexico model everytime but it eventually fails again. My cart is stored under my carport always and I use a golf cart cover as well about 50% of the year. I use the cart year round. It sees the least use in the winter but still gets used just about every day. Only mentioning all of this to see if we can make an assessment on location, storage and use in terms of life of the MCOR. Maybe we can come up with a weather proofing type option? A sealant or similar that will keep the moisture/humidity out of the unit? They are relatively cheap and easy to replace but we all have to agree that they should last longer than they do. Any thoughts?
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Old 06-04-2021, 04:30 PM   #168
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Ok, folks. ... David.... anyone...

I ordered the suggested part that was recommended. Installed as suggested.

Cart will creep forward (or backwards if in reverse) an inch or so, then stops. When the pedal is pressed, I can hear a relay clicking sound at the rear of the cart, and then a second or so later, the same relay clicking (or unclicking depending on your association) sound and movement ceases.

I've tried disconnecting and reconnecting the batteries. Flipping the Run/Tow switch to each position a few times... I've even offered it wine and crab cakes, but no cooperation.

Anyone else?

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Not going to delete the post, leaving it for educational purposes for the masses....

David (who happens to be a pretty dang good source of info... and parts) called me back (after hours). My pedal issue seems to be resolved, but I may now also be facing a secondary issues with brushes.

Yay, me.

David, thanks for the quick response.
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