2004-08 Club Car Precedent with Kawasaki Engine - GCOR Accelerator Switch

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GCOR Accelerator Switch for Club Car? We thought you said MCOR throttle and candy bars! Just kidding! You have made it to the right spot. These golf cart parts sound like different generations of the same item, but they are vastly different. The one for gas-powered cars is actually just a set of switches contained within a plastic box. The one for the electric model is a throttle sensor that sends the position of your pedal to the controller.

If you are looking for the latter, you are not on the right page, but never fear! We have what you are looking for. As a matter of fact, we have several options, but you will need to give us a call. If you are looking for the former, this is the place to be! All petroleum-based Precedents use this Club Car accelerator switch up to a specific year.

If you have noticed an inconsistency in your pedal, the golf cart GCOR might just be what you are looking for. Let's say that you are cruising the links, and you stop to hit a shot. Fairway, about 270 out. Why not try that new hybrid wood? Great shot! Now jump back in your caddie and chase it down. However, your coach is now doing that thing where it does not want to run for some reason. So you have to hit the pedal repeatedly, and when it finally catches, you take off like normal. Hell, it may not even give you any issue the rest of the day.

The problem is, it's going to get worse. Eventually, it will fail altogether. It's all good though, Buggies Unlimited has your back. Not only do we have the Club Car parts you need, but we also have the expertise to tell you what is causing the issue in the first place. You can see the difference by giving us a call today.


  • GCOR accelerator switch
  • Fits Club Car gas 2004-2008 Precedent with Kawasaki Engine
  • Replaces OEM Number(s):
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