2015-19 Club Car Precedent with Subaru Engine - High Speed Accelerator Cable

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The Club Car High-Speed Accelerator Cable from Buggies Unlimited is one of those golf cart parts that will eventually have to have. As a matter of fact, the one that comes stock from the factory on your OEM golf cart will wear out with regular operation alone. Anything outside of that, like heavy-duty work or rough use, can accelerate the deterioration process. The last thing you want is to fail while you are out on the course or trail. It may not be as bad as your breaks failing, but it will leave you just as stranded. So replace it at the first sign of trouble.

The high-speed golf cart accelerator cable fits Club Car Precedent with Subaru EX40 engines. It replaces Club Car OEM number 103982002. If you have an OEM manual handy, you can cross-reference that and make sure it is correct for your golf cart. If you do not have one in your toolbox, it needs to be the next thing you add to it. We recommend it being the first thing you buy for your caddie. It will help you with repair projects that become simpler with it on hand. Ask your rep to add it to your order.

The last thing you want to do is start a project that you can't finish. If you have to make a run to the store halfway through your wrench turning, you will lose all your momentum. Buggies Unlimited is the place to turn for everything you need. We are the one-stop golf cart shop that takes you from Club Car accessories to hard parts without blinking an eye.

Buggies Unlimited is your source for knowledge on anything related to golf carts. If you have a project on your mind, call and talk to them about it. They will give you the info you need to get it done.


  • High Speed Accelerator Cable
  • Fits Club Car Precedent 2015-2019 with Subaru EX40 Engines
  • Replaces Club Car OEM Number(s): 103982002
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