Disconnect the bat- teries and disconnect the Z plug from the controller. Depress and release the accelerator pedal to make sure that both switches are being actuated when the pedal is released. Connect a jumper wire between the two black wires. In hotter climates, therefore, the battery should be checked more often. Using a spring scale, test brush spring tension. When motor braking is activated, the power circuit will direct motor generated current to either the batteries or the energy displacement module, depending on the battery pack state of charge See Figure 21-17. Check for proper operation See Performance Inspec- tion, Page 3-2.
Hold the can about 12 to 14 inches 30-35 cm from the repaired surface and coat with light, even strokes Figure 5-8. For PowerDrive System 48 and PowerDrive Plus vehicles, see page 6-27. If the outside diameter is less than the service limit of 0. Tighten the bolts and nuts to 70-80 in. Depress the lever, and the reading should be continuity.
With the forward and reverse switch in the forward position, place the red + probe on the com- mon terminal of the switch, and place the black - probe on the terminal of the heavy purple wire on the forward and reverse rotor Figure 19-7. Install the accelerator rod assembly 19, 20, and 21 Figure 6-27, Page 6-19. If both ends of the bracket cannot be fastened securely to the main frame, replace it with a new stainless steel battery hold-down, Club Car Part No. Inspect the pins to make sure that they are secure in the plug. . Place the governor shaft cap jig on the governor arm shaft. No adjustment or alignment is required.
Oil seal press jig Club Car Part No. Using an inside micrometer or a telescoping gauge, measure the inside diameter of the connecting rod small bore at several points along its length Figure 13-53. Original equipment plug number is Club Car Part Number 1018811-01. Pedal Group Adjustment - Early 1995 Vehicles. Water Level Add water only after charging unless the water is below the level of the plates.
Motor Sensor 3-Wire Plug Connection 43. Use the chart below to determine whether shimming is required and, if so, how many shims Club Car Part No. Select the proper size main jet. Start the engine and check for exhaust leaks and proper engine operation. If they are not, rewire or tighten as neces- sary. Test Procedure 4 - Accelerator Pedal Limit Switch 1.
Install the wires on the solenoid as shown in wiring diagram Figure 21-1, Page 21-2. Make sure that the wheels are off of the ground. Apply a light coat of adhesion promoter to the damaged area and the surrounding surface. Remove the idler gears and thrust washers 36 and 35 Figure 9-1, Page 9-1. Excessive amounts may block engine oil passages and cause serious damage. Inspect the camshaft for wear or broken gear teeth. Make sure the key switch is off and that the Forward and Reverse Switch is in neutral, then disconnect the battery or batteries as shown Figure 12-1, Page 12-2 for gasoline vehicles, or Figure 22-5 or 22-6, Page 22-5 for electric vehicles.
Make sure the wedge attachment tool is supporting the inner race of the bearing. Test Procedure 2 2 Failed switch. Again check rod adjustment for proper switch activation. No more ruining your expensive paper shop manual with grease and dirt. If it shows less than 12. Place a bearing puller wedge attachment Club Car Part No. A vehicle with a blown fuse will not charge See Receptacle Fuse Link, Page 20-36.
Tighten the nut to 16-20 ft. Install driven clutch and key on transmission input shaft See Torque Converter - Section 16. Repeat steps 2-8 on all cells. Discard thrust washers 39 Figure 17-18. Using the wire crimper, crimp the butt connector to permanently attach it to the wire from the harness. Slowly release the bulb, drawing electrolyte up into the glass tube of the hydrometer. Use a bearing puller or arbor press to remove bearings 18 Figure 9-1, Page 9-1 from the input pin- ion gear.