Cover hoses and fittings to keep out debris. Remove the snap ring 4 Figure 7-11, Page 7-6. See Pump Assembly Installation on page 16-46. Remove screws securing solenoid to motor and remove solenoid. However, if you do find a link that is broken, do not fret. Disconnect the wires from the warning light 1 Figure 12b-5, Page 12b-5. See Neutral Switch Removal, Section 12c, Page 12c-2.
Remove the springs from the intermediate pipe and muffler inlet. Do not operate the engine in an enclosed area without proper ventilation. Pull the cord and cable at the dash frame from the transmission and allow the cord to travel under the body. Locate the bolts that secure the flat camber adjustment bar in position at the underside of the lower A- arm. Keep sparks and flames away from the vehicle and service area.
If either is excessively worn, replace both ball joints. Align the front wheels, and adjust the toe-in and the camber. Pull the circuit breaker out of the in-line fuse holder to remove. Loosen two bolts, located under pump assembly, securing pump assembly to cradle Figure 16-90, Page 16-46. Adjust the brake cable equalizer.
See Light Switch Removal, Section 12c, Page 12c-9. If the fuse is good, check the continuity of the wires connected to the accessory receptacle. Slide the A-arm over the frame bushings, and locate the bolt alignment. Remove the start relay, differential relay, and accessory relay from the multi-pin connector located on the electrical component mounting plate. It is the policy of Club Car, Inc.
Disconnect the battery cables as instructed. Push a new warning light into the hole in the instrument panel until the plastic tabs are securely engaged Figure 12c-6, Page 12c-5. Troubleshooting Guide continued on next page. Fully charge the battery prior to storage. If the readings obtained in the previous steps are incorrect, replace the diode. Voltage at Headlight Socket 29. Hold it for 5 seconds.
If any area of a sheave contact surface has wear of 0. Lower and secure the hood. See Solenoid Installation on page 16-20. Position the upright 5 with the two ball joint arms down on one steel block 1 and the drag link arm down on a second steel block 1 Figure 6-12, Page 6-13. Loosen the bolts just enough to allow the bar to move with some resistance Figure 7-25, Page 7-13. Finger-tighten the bolts and washers. Do not remove thermostat switch while engine is hot.
See Electrical on page 16-8. Tighten the bolts to 120 in-lb 14 N·m. Repeat at passenger side hole. Keep sparks and flames away from the vehicle and service area. If it is not, repair or replace as necessary.
If the multimeter does not indicate continuity, replace the circuit breaker. Adjust the inner drag link jam nuts, and tighten the hardware to 21 ft-lb 28. See Figure 1-1, Page 1-3. Remove the screws, nuts, washers, and lockwashers that secure the limit switch. Reach under the instrument panel to hold the key switch and remove the key switch nut 7 Figure 12b-5, Page 12b-5.