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Old 07-11-2020, 05:15 PM   #1
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Default 2000 club car solenoid

Does it matter which style is solenoid you use in a 2000 club car? I see there is one that is from --- to 1988, one from 1998-2000 and one from 2000 to current.

The one I have looks like the first 2 options with the small posts opposite each other. The third option has the 2 small posts next to each other. If I can use the third style do I still need to connect the small posts with the diode?

Actually hoping to use the first option.
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Old 07-11-2020, 05:39 PM   #2
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Does it matter which style is solenoid you use in a 2000 club car? I see there is one that is from --- to 1988, one from 1998-2000 and one from 2000 to current. ....
If you think you might upgrade your controller/motor for more speed/power someday you might consider getting a 300A or 400A capable heavy duty solenoid.
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Probably won't upgrade, this is for my mom's cart. Moving slow and steady is good for her.
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Do you know where to find the specs on this solenoid? 101975901
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Old 07-11-2020, 06:06 PM   #5
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Do you know where to find the specs on this solenoid? 101975901
Is the cart 36V?
I just did a Google search on " Club Car 101975901 " and found lots of places selling a solenoid with that number or equivalent.
Does it look like this?
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It doesn't look like that.

It looks like this one:
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The earlier version of this one I can get tomorrow the later version will take 10 days. I found some specs on the later version but not the earlier one to compare them.
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The earlier version of this one I can get tomorrow the later version will take 10 days. I found some specs on the later version but not the earlier one to compare them.
What kind of "specs"?
All I see is "4 terminal", "36V Club Car up to 1976-98".
I don't see any amp ratings, but it is just an OEM stock replacement.
They're probably all interchangeable until upgrading to a 300A - 500A type controller.
The stock controllers are usually 230-250A.
I tried clicking on the "Site Sponsors" button, but it doesn't seem to be working.
If you have Amazon Prime they have one from Antoble for $30 that delivers in 2 days.
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Thanks, I will get it.
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