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    [​IMG] MCOR / Pedal Assembly Confusion Explained
    It seems that every single day I'm getting numerous emails and private messages about this very topic so I'm going to post a new thread and explain it all. Hopefully this helps you guys out. [​IMG]

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    MCOR …
    Updated: Dec 20, 2018
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    I see people explaining daily how to perform a speed sensor test and I think it would be beneficial to have it listed permanently

    A little history lesson..

    In 2002 Club Car came out with what they called the IQ system. It consists of a shunt wound motor/controller combination much like the older …
    Updated: Dec 20, 2018
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    How to use a Multimeter…
    Updated: Dec 20, 2018
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    fEZGO DCS Troubleshooting guide attached…
    Updated: Dec 18, 2018
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    Updated: Dec 18, 2018
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    Powerdrive Charger Manual
    Updated: Dec 18, 2018
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    Lester II Charger troubleshooting guide…
    Updated: Dec 18, 2018
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    This is for 72 volts. These are list's of electrical components that will get you started on your way.
    The first list is if you want everything electric.
    { Pictures are for viewing only they may are may not be on a 72 volt cart}…
    Updated: Dec 18, 2016
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    In this article as you may have guessed I am going to explain how to check a solenoid for problems. First you will need a couple of tools, a voltmeter and typically a ½” wrench.…
    Updated: Dec 14, 2016
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    Just for grins, here's a description of the way I adjusted the tow in on my buddies 05 Precedent. There may be simpler/better methods, but this seemed to work for me.

    Bkgnd: a friend of mine bought a "rode hard and put away wet" Precedent off Craig's List. I found it had bad bearings on the driver…
    Updated: Dec 14, 2016