Club Car DS Electric Golf Cart Won't Go

Discussion in 'Club Car Electric' started by Tall Paul, Feb 4, 2018.

  1. Tall Paul

    Tall Paul New Member

    Hello Cartaholics!

    I have a Club Car DS electric golf cart that won't go. Worked fine before.

    I turn key on...

    Turn F/R to forward. I can hear the Micro Switch click, but when I press go

    Turn F/R to reverse. The back up buzzer engages. I can hear the Micro Switch click, but when I press go

    I tried to follow all battery connections and noticed previous owner by passed fuse with a bolt.

    Went to talk to mechanic at Dallas Golf Cart....stated it sounded like potential F/R switch. Purchased for $98 and replaced.

    I also bought a fuse and replaced.

    I filled battery cells with distilled water.

    So now I charge overnight and go to test. Still No Go...same sounds.

    Super bummed right now...any suggestions?
  2. Diode

    Diode Contributor

    Serial number
  3. Tall Paul

    Tall Paul New Member

    Im visiting my mother-in-law at the hospital now. I should be home by 2. Where do I find the serial number? I appreciate the help.
  4. HotRodCarts

    HotRodCarts Cartaholic

    The serial number should be on a tag just under the glove box on the passengers side of the golf cart or inside the passenger glove box depending on the year and model.
    Welcome to the forum. :hattip:
  5. Diode

    Diode Contributor

    It worked fine before before what?
    When was the last time it was actually used
  6. Tall Paul

    Tall Paul New Member

    Serial # AA0115-007523

    October 2017 was the last time I drove it.

    The serial # was under the ignition panel.
  7. Diode

    Diode Contributor

    That is a series cart with which I have very little experience but I would check the OBC lock out Schematics and manuals are on my website
  8. Tall Paul

    Tall Paul New Member

    Electric Motor: 5BC59JBS6194D Part No. 101785701
    The Speed Sensor is not visible at the end of the Motor????
    What should I do?
  9. HotRodCarts

    HotRodCarts Cartaholic

    Your picture didn't load. I don't think yahoo mail allows hot linking images.
  10. Tall Paul

    Tall Paul New Member

    I tried to post it on the site. It looks like this. The end does not have a speed sensor that I can see.

    Club Car DS 2001 Electric Motor.jpg
  11. Diode

    Diode Contributor

    Read my post above start there
  12. raber

    raber New Member

    Let me know what you find mine does the same thing. I think obc grounds the solenoid. Mine will start working after it sits a couple days may work a few weeks then do same thing usually when I need it bad. 96 Club Car DS 48 volt.

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