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1990-Up Club Car - 36v-48v High-Amp Forward and Reverse Switch

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Anytime you add an upgrade to your carriage, the Club Car High-Amp Forward and Reverse Switch Assembly from Buggies Unlimited should also be on the list. Suppose you think that your new accessory could add any more drain on the batteries. In that case, you should also consider picking up one of these units.

As a matter of fact, they can save you a ton of money in the long run. If you decide to add a Club Car motor or controller that is any more powerful than the OEM versions. As a result, the direction selector will also need attention. It is a very high amp junction on your caddie. If you neglect to upgrade this component, it could not only literally melt, your golf cart solenoid, cables, and several other items will follow it out the door. The last thing you need is a laundry list of parts to buy.

Did you replace your batteries recently? Now you have trouble finding the reverse. Forward works excellent, but when you shift, it seems like it gets stuck in neutral. Maybe it is the exact opposite on your cart. Low battery voltage causes high amperage. That is OHM's law. This reaction produces quite a bit of heat that is looking for a place to disperse. The first routing point it comes to is doomed. Unfortunately, that happens to be this switch. That is why we make a heavy-duty version of the OEM Club Car unit. Even with no additional upgrades, this switch is the smart choice.

When you call Buggies Unlimited to order this heavy-duty golf cart switch, you will have three options. The first will take you to our knowledgeable sales staff that can answer most questions. Option two will connect you with a customer service representative. They can help with anything except a new Club Car parts order and if you need an expert, hit three. So give us a call today.


  • For Club Car electric 1996-up 48-volt, also 1990-94 36-volt with controller
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