OM, 1996 Carryall Gas/Electric (101883802-)

OM, 1996 Carryall Gas/Electric (101883802-)

1996

Carryall

Vehicles

Manual Number: 101883802

Print Code: 0895A00000

NOTICE

The Club Car Limited Warranty appears on the last page of this manual. No other warranties, express or implied, are contained herein. Please complete and return the warranty registration card included in this manual.

Club Car is not liable for errors in this manual or for incidental or consequential damages that result from the use of the material in this manual.

This manual contains proprietary information that is protected by copyright. All rights are reserved. No part of this manual may be photocopied, reproduced or translated to another language without the written consent of Club Car, Inc.

The information contained in this document is subject to change without notice.

Club Car reserves the right to make design changes to either gasoline or electric vehicles without obligation to make these changes on units previously sold.

These vehicles do not conform to Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards or EPA regulations. They are not designed, manufactured, or equipped for operation on public streets, roads, or highways.

©1995 Club Car Inc.

This manual effective August 1, 1995.

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FOREWORD

Thank you for choosing Club Car. You have chosen the finest utility vehicle on the market-- the vehicle most widely recognized as the industry leader in vehicle efficiency and long-lasting value. Please protect your investment and ensure that your Club Car provides years of reliable, superior performance by filling out and returning your Warranty Registration Card (located between the last page and back cover of this manual), and by reading and following the maintenance instructions in this manual.

Your comfort and safety are important to us as well, so we urge you to read and follow the step-by-step operating instructions and safety procedures in this manual. These instructions must be followed in order to avoid the risk of severe personal injury. If you rent or loan your vehicle to others, we recommend that you ask them to read this manual before they operate the vehicle.

Club Car products are backed by a customer support system designed to offer you fast, courteous service. In the event that your utility vehicle needs repairs or services, we recommend that your local authorized Club Car representative perform them. For the name and address of the Club Car representative nearest you, call 706-863-3000, Ext. 261. If you would prefer to write to us, direct your letter to: Club Car, Attention: Product Development Department, P.O. Box 204658, Augusta, Ga.

30917-4658 USA. Your local authorized Club Car representative can also provide technical advice, parts, and service manuals.

We hope you will consider this owner’s manual a permanent part of your utility vehicle. If you sell the vehicle, please include the manual so that the next owner will have the important operating, safety and maintenance information it contains.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Safety Details . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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General Warnings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Vehicle Feature Identification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Model Identification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15

Pre-Operation Checklist . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15

Performance Inspection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15

Controls - Carryall-l Electric, Carryall II Electric, Carryall-VI Electric,

Carryall-l Gasoline, and Carryall-ll Gasoline Vehicles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16

Driving Instructions - Carryall-l Electric, Carryall II Electric, Carryall-VI Electric,

Carryall-l Gasoline, and Carryall-ll Gasoline Vehicles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20

Controls - Carryall-ll Plus and Carryall-VI Gasoline Vehicles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23

Driving Instructions - Carryall-ll Plus and Carryall-VI Gasoline Vehicles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26

Loading and Unloading . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29

Towing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29

Transporting on a Trailer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30

Storage - Gasoline Vehicle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31

Storage - Electric Vehicle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32

Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33

Periodic Service Schedule . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36

Periodic Lubrication Schedule – Gasoline Vehicle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37

Periodic Lubrication Schedule – Electric Vehicle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38

Liquid Capacities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39

Tire Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39

Engine Oil - Gasoline Vehicle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40

Fueling Instructions - Gasoline Vehicle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40

Battery - Gasoline Vehicle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41

Battery - Electric Vehicle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42

Battery Charger - Electric Vehicle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44

Cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48

Vehicle Controllers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48

Accessories and Options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48

Subsequent Owner Registration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49

Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50 iii

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Practice Safety

Safety signs like you see above may at first seem shocking, but their impact is mild compared with the reality of severe personal injury.

Your safety and satisfaction are of the utmost importance to Club Car. That is why we urge you to study this owner’s manual, and to read, understand, and heed the warnings in this manual, as well as the safety signs on your vehicle, before operating the vehicle.

Take time to understand the language of safety. It is a language that can save your life.

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SAFETY DETAILS

WARNING

• THIS OWNER’S MANUAL SHOULD BE READ COMPLETELY BEFORE ATTEMPTING TO

DRIVE OR SERVICE THE VEHICLE.

It is important to note that some vital statements throughout this manual and on the labels affixed to the vehicle are preceded by the words DANGER, WARNING, CAUTION, or NOTE. For your protection, we recommend that you take special notice of these safety procedures. Safety procedures are essential and must be followed.

If any of the labels on the vehicle become damaged, have been removed or cannot be easily read, they should be replaced immediately to avoid possible personal injury, property damage or death. Contact your CLUB CAR distributor/dealer.

DANGER

• A DANGER INDICATES AN IMMEDIATE HAZARD WHICH WILL RESULT IN SEVERE PER-

SONAL INJURY OR DEATH.

GENERAL WARNINGS

WARNING

The safety procedures listed must be followed whenever the vehicle is being repaired or ser-

SONAL INJURY OR DEATH.

MODEL IDENTIFICATION

CAUTION

• A CAUTION INDICATES HAZARDS OR UNSAFE PRACTICES WHICH COULD RESULT IN

PRODUCT OR PROPERTY DAMAGE OR MINOR PERSONAL INJURY.

NOTE

• A NOTE PROVIDES KEY INFORMATION TO MAKE PROCEDURES EASILY UNDERSTOOD.

The serial number of your vehicle is stamped on the data plate mounted on the frame directly above the accelerator pedal (Example: F9602-123456 for electric vehicles and FG9602-123456 for gasoline vehicles).

DANGER

• GASOLINE VAPORS - FLAMMABLE - EXPLOSIVE - DO NOT SMOKE. KEEP SPARKS AND

FLAMES AWAY FROM THE AREA OF THE VEHICLE. SERVICE ONLY IN WELL-VENTI-

LATED AREAS.

• BATTERY VAPORS - FLAMMABLE - EXPLOSIVE - DO NOT SMOKE. KEEP SPARKS AND

FLAMES AWAY FROM THE AREA OF THE VEHICLE. SERVICE ONLY IN WELL-VENTI-

LATED AREAS.

DANGER

• DO NOT OPERATE GASOLINE VEHICLE IN AN ENCLOSED AREA WITHOUT PROPER

VENTILATION. ENGINE PRODUCES CARBON MONOXIDE WHICH IS AN ODORLESS,

DEADLY POISON.

• A UTILITY VEHICLE WILL

NOT

PROVIDE PROTECTION FROM LIGHTNING, FLYING

OBJECTS, OR OTHER STORM RELATED HAZARDS. IF CAUGHT IN A STORM WHILE DRI-

VING A UTILITY VEHICLE, EXIT THE VEHICLE AND SEEK SHELTER IN ACCORDANCE WITH

SAFETY GUIDELINES APPLICABLE TO YOUR LOCATION.

WARNING

• ONLY TRAINED TECHNICIANS SHOULD REPAIR OR SERVICE THE VEHICLE. ANYONE

DOING EVEN SIMPLE REPAIRS OR SERVICE SHOULD FOLLOW THE CORRECT PROCE-

DURES AND OBEY THE WARNINGS LISTED IN THIS MANUAL AS WELL AS THOSE IN THE

MAINTENANCE AND SERVICE MANUAL.

• ALWAYS WEAR SAFETY GLASSES OR EYE PROTECTION WHEN SERVICING THE VEHI-

CLE.

• TURN KEY SWITCH TO “OFF”, REMOVE KEY, BLOCK TIRES, PLACE FORWARD/REVERSE

LEVER IN “NEUTRAL”, AND DISCONNECT BATTERY(IES) PRIOR TO SERVICING. (ON

GASOLINE VEHICLES, DISCONNECT THE NEGATIVE BATTERY LEAD FIRST, FOR ELEC-

TRIC VEHICLES, SEE FIGURES 1 AND 2).

• ALWAYS USE INSULATED TOOLS WHEN WORKING AROUND BATTERIES OR ELECTRICAL

CONNECTIONS.

• IMPROPER USE OF THE VEHICLE, OR FAILURE TO PROPERLY MAINTAIN IT, COULD

RESULT IN DECREASED VEHICLE PERFORMANCE OR SEVERE PERSONAL INJURY.

• FOLLOW ALL PROCEDURES LISTED IN THE MANUAL FOR LOADING AND UNLOADING

VEHICLE.

• ANY MODIFICATION OR CHANGE TO THE VEHICLE WHICH AFFECTS THE STABILITY OR

INCREASES THE SPEED BEYOND THE FACTORY SPECIFICATIONS COULD RESULT IN

SEVERE PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.

• THE ENGINE EXHAUST FROM THIS PRODUCT CONTAINS CHEMICALS KNOWN TO THE

STATE OF CALIFORNIA TO CAUSE CANCER, BIRTH DEFECTS, OR OTHER REPRODUC-

TIVE HARM.

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Carryall-I & Carryall-II Gasoline

Vehicle Feature Identification

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Carryall-I & Carryall-II Electric

Vehicle Feature Identification

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Carryall-II Plus

Vehicle Feature Identification

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Carryall-VI Electric

Vehicle Feature Identification

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Carryall-VI Gasoline

Vehicle Feature Identification

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Carryall-VI Gasoline

Vehicle Feature Identification

PRE-OPERATION CHECKLIST

Your vehicle has been thoroughly inspected and adjusted at the factory and also by your CLUB CAR distributor/dealer. However, upon arrival of your new vehicle(s), you should become familiar with its controls and operation, and carefully inspect each vehicle to be satisfied that it is in proper working condition before accepting delivery.

NOTE

• ALWAYS MENTION THIS NUMBER WHEN

ORDERING SERVICE PARTS OR MAK-

ING INQUIRIES (SEE FIGURE 3).

Use the following checklist as a guide to inspect your new vehicle. Any problems should be corrected by only your CLUB CAR distributor/dealer or a trained mechanic.

Figure 3

• General: All parts should be in place and properly installed. Be sure that all nuts, bolts and screws are tight. On the gasoline vehicle, check all hose clamps for tight fit as well as the starter belt for tightness.

• Warning Labels: Check to ensure that all warning and operation labels are in place (See

Pages 4-14).

Tires: Check for proper tire pressure (Tire Specifications, Page 39).

• Batteries - Electric Vehicle: Check the electrolyte to ensure that it is at its proper level (See Fig-

ure 32, Page 42). Check battery posts. Wires should be tight and free of corrosion. Charge bat-

teries fully before first use of vehicle.

• Engine - Gasoline Vehicle: Check for proper engine oil level (See Engine Oil, Page 40).

• Fuel - Gasoline Vehicle: Check fuel level (See Fueling Instructions, Page 40).

PERFORMANCE INSPECTION

After you have familiarized yourself with the vehicle’s controls, and have read and understood the driving instructions, take the vehicle for a test drive. Check the following:

WARNING

• BE SURE THE PLASTIC HAS BEEN REMOVED FROM THE SEAT BOTTOM BEFORE OPER-

ATING VEHICLE. FAILURE TO DO SO MAY RESULT IN A FIRE, PROPERTY DAMAGE,

PERSONAL INJURY, OR DEATH.

• Brakes: Be sure that the brakes work properly. On vehicles with rear brakes only, both rear wheels should brake simultaneously. On vehicles with front and rear brakes, all four wheels should brake simultaneously. The pedal should not go more than halfway to the floor. If it does, have the brakes adjusted (Carryall I Gas and Electric have self-adjusting brakes; have brake system checked).

Performance Inspection, Continued:

• Park Brake: The park brake should lock the wheels when latched, and should release when either the accelerator or brake pedal is depressed.

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• Steering: The vehicle should be easy to steer and should not have any play in the steering wheel.

• Accelerator: As the accelerator pedal is depressed, the engine or motor should start and the vehicle should come up smoothly to full speed. When the pedal is released, it should return to the original position and the engine or motor should stop, except Carryall-II Plus and Carryall VI, which idle (See Controls, Page 23). The electric vehicle runs at reduced speed in reverse.

• Governor: Check the speed of the vehicle. The electric vehicles and the Carryall-l gasoline vehicle should run at 12-15 MPH (19-23 KPH) on a level surface. The Carryall-ll and Carryall-VI gasoline vehicle should run at 14-16 MPH (23-26 KPH) on a level surface. The Carryall-ll Plus gasoline vehicle should run at 17-18 MPH (27-29 KPH) on a level surface.

• General: Listen for any unusual noises such as squeaks or rattles. Check the vehicle’s ride and performance. Have a CLUB CAR distributor/dealer or a trained mechanic investigate anything unusual.

CONTROLS - CARRYALL-I ELECTRIC, CARRYALL-II ELECTRIC,

CARRYALL-VI ELECTRIC, CARRYALL-I GASOLINE AND

CARRYALL-II GASOLINE VEHICLES

KEY SWITCH

The key switch is mounted on the dash to the right of the steering column (See Figure 4). It has two positions, OFF and ON, which are clearly labeled.

DANGER

• DO NOT OPERATE GASOLINE VEHICLE IN AN ENCLOSED AREA WITHOUT PROPER

VENTILATION. GASOLINE ENGINES PRODUCE CARBON MONOXIDE GAS WHICH IS AN

ODORLESS, DEADLY POISON.

WARNING

• BEFORE ASSIGNING THE VEHICLE TO A DRIVER, MAKE SURE THE DRIVER IS FAMILIAR

WITH ALL CONTROLS AND OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE ALLOWING THE VEHI-

CLE TO BE DRIVEN.

• DO NOT TAMPER WITH THE GASOLINE VEHICLE’S GOVERNOR. DOING SO WILL VOID

THE WARRANTY, AS WELL AS DAMAGE THE ENGINE AND OTHER COMPONENTS, AND

COULD RESULT IN PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH DUE TO UNSAFE

SPEEDS.

• DO NOT MODIFY OR CHANGE THE VEHICLE IN ANY WAY WHICH MAY AFFECT THE

STABILITY OR INCREASE THE SPEED BEYOND THE FACTORY SPECIFICATIONS. PROP-

ERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY, OR DEATH COULD RESULT.

• DO NOT SHIFT FORWARD/REVERSE LEVER WHILE THE VEHICLE IS IN MOTION. ALWAYS

BRING THE VEHICLE TO A FULL STOP BEFORE SHIFTING LEVER TO AVOID INJURY

TO AN UNSUSPECTING PASSENGER OR DAMAGE TO THE VEHICLE. BUZZER(S) WILL

SOUND AS A WARNING WHEN THE VEHICLE IS IN REVERSE.

• DEPRESS THE BRAKE PEDAL FIRMLY UNTIL STOPPED. SET THE PARK BRAKE, TURN

KEY SWITCH “OFF” AND REMOVE THE KEY WHEN LEAVING THE VEHICLE TO AVOID

UNINTENTIONAL STARTING OR ROLLING OF THE VEHICLE.

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FORWARD/REVERSE CONTROL

The forward/reverse shift lever is located below and to the right of the driver’s right knee on the seat

NOTE

• KEY IS REMOVABLE IN THE “OFF” POSITION ONLY.

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support panel (See Figure 5). The lever has three distinct positions: F (forward), N (neutral), and R

(reverse). Rotate the lever towards the driver, to F (forward), to run the vehicle in the forward direction, or towards the passenger, to R (reverse), to run the vehicle in reverse. When the lever is in the straight up, or N (neutral) position, the vehicle will not run. The engine in the Carryall-l and Carryallll gasoline vehicles will stop if shifted to this position while it is running. The electric vehicle operates at reduced speed in reverse.

ACCELERATOR PEDAL

NOTE

• THE REVERSE BUZZER(S) WILL SOUND AS A WARNING WHEN THE VEHICLE IS IN

REVERSE.

The accelerator pedal is the pedal on the right with the word GO molded into it (See Figure 6, Page

18).

Accelerator, Continued:

NOTE

• THE OPERATION OF THE ACCELERATOR PEDAL DIFFERS FROM THAT OF AN AUTO-

MOBILE. WHEN THE KEY SWITCH IS “ON”, AND THE SHIFT LEVER IS IN EITHER FOR-

WARD OR REVERSE, DEPRESSING THE ACCELERATOR PEDAL WILL

AUTOMATICALLY

RELEASE THE PARK BRAKE

AND START THE VEHICLE MOVING IN THE DIRECTION

SELECTED (FORWARD OR REVERSE). AS THE ACCELERATOR PEDAL IS DEPRESSED,

SPEED WILL INCREASE UNTIL FULL SPEED IS REACHED. WHEN THE ACCELERATOR IS

RELEASED, POWER WILL BE CUT OFF AND THE ENGINE OR MOTOR WILL STOP RUN-

NING.

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BRAKE PEDAL

Figure 6

The brake pedal is the large pedal on the left with the word STOP molded into it (See Figure

7). To slow or stop the vehicle, depress the brake pedal with your right foot.

PARK BRAKE PEDAL

The park brake pedal is the small raised portion in the upper left corner of the brake pedal. It has the word PARK molded into it and the words

PARK BRAKE marked on top of it (See Figure

7). To set the park brake, depress the brake pedal firmly and tilt the park brake portion of the pedal forward with your foot (See Figure 8).

Figure 7

Figure 8

WARNING

• THE PARK BRAKE WILL RELEASE AUTOMATICALLY WHEN EITHER THE ACCELERA-

TOR OR BRAKE PEDAL IS DEPRESSED. THE PARK BRAKE HAS MULTIPLE LOCKING

POSITIONS AND SHOULD BE FIRMLY PRESSED TO PREVENT THE VEHICLE FROM

ROLLING.

CARRYALL GASOLINE VEHICLES ONLY:

NEUTRAL LOCK-OUT

This vehicle has a neutral lock-out circuit that prevents the driver from starting the vehicle in NEUTRAL.

If the vehicle is started in forward or reverse and then shifted to neutral, the engine will stop running when the accelerator pedal is depressed.

For the convenience of the trained mechanic, there is a neutral lock-out cam (yellow knob) located on the back of the forward/reverse lever inside engine compartment. If the neutral lock-out cam is pulled out approximately 10 millimeters (3/8 inch) and then rotated one-half turn until it snaps into place, the vehicle will be in the SERVICE position (See Figure 9). This will allow the mechanic to run the engine in NEUTRAL for certain maintenance procedures. With the cam in this position, the vehicle will not operate if the forward/reverse lever is placed in either the forward or reverse position. To put the vehicle back into the OPERATE position, pull the cam out approximately 10 millimeters (3/8 inch) and rotate it one-half turn until it snaps into place (See Figure 10).

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Figure 9 Figure 10

NOTE

• BE SURE TO RETURN THE CAM TO THE OPERATE POSITION AFTER SERVICING THE

VEHICLE, OR IT WILL NOT RUN WITH THE FORWARD AND REVERSE LEVER IN EITHER

THE FORWARD OR REVERSE POSITION.

WARNING

• WITH THE CAM IN THE SERVICE POSITION AND THE ENGINE RUNNING, THE VEHICLE

MAY MOVE SUDDENLY IF THE FORWARD/REVERSE LEVER IS SHIFTED OR ACCIDEN-

TALLY BUMPED. TO PREVENT THIS, BLOCK THE FRONT AND REAR TIRES AND ALWAYS

FIRMLY SET THE PARK BRAKE BEFORE SERVICING OR LEAVING THE VEHICLE.

CHOKE

The choke is located on the seat support panel below and to the left of the driver’s left knee (See Fig-

ure 11). If the vehicle is hard to start in cool or cold temperatures, simply push in the choke button with your left hand to activate it. Hold it during start up and release the choke button after the engine starts and runs smoothly.

Figure 11 Figure 12

OIL LIGHT

The vehicle is equipped with a low oil warning light, located on the dash panel just above the steering column (See Figure 12). If the oil warning light comes on, oil level should be checked and oil added, if necessary, to the engine before continuing to use the vehicle. The vehicle should never be driven with the oil warning light remaining on. If the oil warning light goes on and off, you may proceed, but oil

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Oil Light, Continued:

should be added at the first opportunity. If the oil level is correct and the light stays on, have a trained mechanic check the vehicle.

WARNING

• FAILURE TO ADD OIL IMMEDIATELY WHEN LIGHT STAYS ON MAY RESULT IN PERMANENT

ENGINE DAMAGE.

ELECTRIC VEHICLES ONLY:

BATTERY WARNING LIGHT

PowerDrive System 48 vehicles, including all electric Carryall models, feature a dash mounted warning light (above steering column) that, when the vehicle is in operation, indicates low battery voltage, or, when the vehicle is being charged, indicates a charging problem. The battery warning light is controlled by the PowerDrive System 48 on-board computer.

When the vehicle is in operation, the warning light will come on and remain illuminated if:

• Batteries voltage drops below 48 when there is no load on the batteries (the vehicle is stopped and there are no accessories on).

• Batteries have discharged to less than 25% of rated capacity.

If the warning light comes on when the vehicle is operating, there should enough power remaining to drive the vehicle for approximately 30 minutes. However, the vehicle should be charged at the first opportunity. If the warning light comes on and the vehicle is unable to operate for 1/2 hour, have your

Club Car distributor/dealer check the vehicle for a possible battery or electrical system problem.

When the batteries receive an incomplete charge because 1) the DC power cord is disconnected, 2)

AC power to the charger is interrupted, 3) automatic charger shut-off occurs after 16 hours of operation, or 4) the charger malfunctions, the warning light will indicate as follows:

• The warning light will not come on if the charge is 90% or more complete. The on-board computer will retain in memory the amount of charge needed to fully replenish the batteries and will complete the charge during the next charge cycle.

• When the charger is unplugged, the warning light will come on and remain illuminated for 10 seconds if the charge is less than 90% complete but the vehicle has enough power for approximately thirty minutes of operation. This will alert the operator that the vehicle may be used, but that it must be charged to completion as soon as possible.

• The warning light will come on and remain illuminated if the charger times out at 16 hours (see

charger manual) and the batteries are not sufficiently charged. This indicates an abnormal charge cycle. The charger and batteries should be checked by your Club Car distributor/dealer.

• The warning light will come on during a charge cycle (DC plug is still connected) if AC power to the charger is interrupted. The light will go out when AC power is restored.

DRIVING INSTRUCTIONS - CARRYALL-I ELECTRIC, CARRYALL-II

ELECTRIC, CARRYALL-VI ELECTRIC, CARRYALL-I GASOLINE

AND CARRYALL-II GASOLINE VEHICLES

No one should drive the vehicle without first being instructed in the proper operation and use of the vehicle’s controls. An experienced operator should accompany each first-time driver on a test drive before allowing him (her) to operate the vehicle alone. Only licensed drivers should be allowed to drive this vehicle.

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To ensure safe operation of the vehicle, follow exactly, and in order, all of the procedures listed below.

Read and understand all instructions prior to driving the vehicle.

WARNING

• BEFORE ASSIGNING THE VEHICLE TO A DRIVER, MAKE SURE THE DRIVER IS FAMILIAR

WITH ALL CONTROLS AND OPERATING PROCEDURES BEFORE ALLOWING THE VEHICLE

TO BE DRIVEN.

• THE VEHICLE IS NOT SPECIALLY EQUIPPED FOR HANDICAPPED PERSONS. BE SURE ALL

PERSONS CAN PROPERLY OPERATE VEHICLE PRIOR TO ALLOWING THEM TO DRIVE

VEHICLE.

• DO NOT ALLOW PASSENGERS IN THE CARGO BED. NO MORE THAN TWO PEOPLE

SHOULD BE ON THE VEHICLE AT ONE TIME.

• FOR NIGHT USE, VEHICLE MUST BE EQUIPPED WITH HEADLIGHTS, TAILLIGHTS, AND

REFLECTORS.

• STOP VEHICLE BEFORE SHIFTING THE FORWARD/REVERSE LEVER. FAILURE TO DO SO

MAY RESULT IN INJURY TO AN UNSUSPECTING PASSENGER AND (OR) DAMAGE TO THE

VEHICLE. BUZZER(S) WILL SOUND AS A WARNING WHEN THE VEHICLE IS IN REVERSE.

WHEN DRIVING THE VEHICLE:

• OPERATE THE VEHICLE FROM THE DRIVER’S SEAT ONLY.

• REMAIN SEATED IN A MOVING VEHICLE AND HOLD ON TO SEAT HANDLES OR

HANDRAILS AT ALL TIMES TO PREVENT FALLS.

• KEEP ALL BODY PARTS INSIDE THE VEHICLE TO PREVENT THEM FROM GETTING

CAUGHT BETWEEN THE VEHICLE AND THE GROUND OR OTHER OBJECTS.

• WHEN LOADED, DRIVE SLOWLY IN TURNS AND DRIVE STRAIGHT UP OR DOWN SLOPES

TO PREVENT OVERTURNING OF THE VEHICLE.

• AVOID STOPPING ON HILLS WHEN LOADED. WHEN STOPPED ON A HILL, AVOID SUDDEN

STARTS OR ROLLING BACKWARDS AND STOPPING SUDDENLY. THIS CAN CAUSE THE

VEHICLE TO OVERTURN OR FLIP OVER BACKWARDS.

• VEHICLE SHOULD NOT BE DRIVEN ON SLOPES EXCEEDING 20% OF GRADE.

• AVOID SUDDEN STARTS, STOPS, AND TIGHT TURNS TO AVOID INJURY TO AN UNSUS-

PECTING PASSENGER AND DAMAGE TO THE VEHICLE.

• TO AVOID THE POSSIBILITY OF LOSING CONTROL OR OVERTURNING OF THE VEHICLE,

REDUCE SPEED FOR DRIVING CONDITIONS SUCH AS WET GRASS OR ROUGH TERRAIN.

• DO NOT USE ON PUBLIC ROADS. THIS VEHICLE IS NOT DESIGNED OR INTENDED FOR

STREET USE AND SHOULD NOT BE LICENSED FOR USE ON PUBLIC ROADS.

• VEHICLES SHOULD ONLY BE DRIVEN IN SPECIFIED AREAS BY TRAINED DRIVERS.

• TO AVOID BEING STRUCK, DO NOT STAND IN FRONT OF OR BEHIND VEHICLE.

• DO NOT DRIVE WHILE UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF ALCOHOL, DRUGS, OR MEDICA-

TIONS.

• OPERATOR MUST CONTROL SPEED WHEN GOING DOWNHILL.

• GASOLINE VEHICLE ONLY: DEPRESS THE BRAKE PEDAL AS NECESSARY AND DEPRESS

THE ACCELERATOR PEDAL PARTIALLY WHEN DESCENDING A HILL. PARTIALLY

DEPRESSING THE ACCELERATOR WILL CAUSE THE ENGINE GOVERNOR TO CONTROL

DOWNHILL SPEED.

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Driving Instructions, Continued:

STARTING THE VEHICLE

1. Be sure load, if any, is secure.

2. Enter the vehicle.

3. Study and understand controls.

4. Be sure everyone is seated and holding onto seat handles or handrails. The driver should have both hands on the steering wheel.

5. Read safety warnings located above pedals.

6. Make sure wheels are turned in the desired direction.

7. Turn the key to the ON position and be sure nothing is in your path.

8. Select direction by placing shift lever in desired position (F = forward or R = reverse).

9. Slowly depress accelerator pedal. The park brake will release automatically and the vehicle will start to move. As the accelerator pedal is depressed, speed will increase until full speed is reached.

WARNING

• OPERATOR MUST CONTROL SPEED WHEN GOING DOWNHILL.

• GASOLINE VEHICLE ONLY: DEPRESS THE BRAKE PEDAL AS NECESSARY AND PAR-

TIALLY DEPRESS THE ACCELERATOR PEDAL TO CONTROL SPEED WHEN DESCENDING

A HILL. PARTIALLY DEPRESSING THE ACCELERATOR WILL CAUSE THE ENGINE GOV-

ERNOR TO CONTROL DOWNHILL SPEED.

STOPPING THE VEHICLE

To stop the vehicle, release the accelerator pedal fully and depress the brake pedal with your right foot until the vehicle comes to a complete stop.

WARNING

• DRIVING THROUGH WATER MAY AFFECT THE BRAKES. CHECK THEIR EFFECTIVE-

NESS BY DEPRESSING THE BRAKE PEDAL GENTLY. IF THE VEHICLE DOES NOT SLOW

DOWN AT THE NORMAL RATE, CONTINUE TO DEPRESS THE BRAKES UNTIL THEY DRY

OUT AND NORMAL PERFORMANCE RETURNS.

CAUTION

• WHEN STOPPED ON A HILL, USE THE BRAKE PEDAL TO HOLD YOUR POSITION. DO NOT

USE THE ACCELERATOR PEDAL.

PARKING AND LEAVING THE VEHICLE

1. After stopping the vehicle, firmly depress the park brake pedal until it locks. This will prevent the vehicle from rolling.

2. Place shift lever in the NEUTRAL position and turn key switch to OFF. This prevents unintentional starting of the vehicle. Remove the key when the vehicle is not is use.

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CONTROLS - CARRYALL-II PLUS AND CARRYALL-VI GASOLINE

VEHICLES

DANGER

• DO NOT OPERATE GASOLINE VEHICLE IN AN ENCLOSED AREA WITHOUT PROPER

VENTILATION. GASOLINE ENGINES PRODUCE CARBON MONOXIDE GAS, WHICH IS

AN ODORLESS, DEADLY POISON.

WARNING

• BEFORE ASSIGNING THE VEHICLE TO A DRIVER, MAKE SURE THE DRIVER IS FAMILIAR

WITH ALL CONTROLS AND OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE ALLOWING THE VEHI-

CLE TO BE DRIVEN.

• DO NOT TAMPER WITH THE GASOLINE VEHICLE’S GOVERNOR. DOING SO WILL VOID THE

WARRANTY AS WELL AS DAMAGE THE ENGINE AND OTHER COMPONENTS, AND COULD

RESULT IN PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH DUE TO UNSAFE

SPEEDS.

• DO NOT MODIFY OR CHANGE THE VEHICLE IN ANY WAY WHICH MAY AFFECT THE

STABILITY OR INCREASE THE SPEED BEYOND THE FACTORY SPECIFICATIONS. PROP-

ERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY, OR DEATH COULD RESULT.

• DO NOT SHIFT FORWARD/REVERSE LEVER WHILE THE VEHICLE IS IN MOTION. ALWAYS

BRING THE VEHICLE TO A FULL STOP BEFORE SHIFTING LEVER TO AVOID POSSIBLE

INJURY TO AN UNSUSPECTING PASSENGER, AND (OR) DAMAGE TO THE VEHICLE.

BUZZER(S) WILL SOUND AS A WARNING WHEN THE VEHICLE IS IN REVERSE.

• DEPRESS THE BRAKE PEDAL FIRMLY UNTIL STOPPED. SET THE PARK BRAKE, TURN KEY

SWITCH “OFF”, AND REMOVE THE KEY WHEN LEAVING THE VEHICLE. THIS WILL PRE-

VENT UNINTENTIONAL STARTING OR ROLLING OF THE VEHICLE.

KEY SWITCH

The key switch is mounted on the dash to the right of the steering column (See Figure 13, Page 24).

It has three positions, OFF, ON, and START, which are clearly labeled.

NOTE

• KEY IS REMOVABLE IN THE “OFF” POSITION ONLY.

To start the vehicle, turn the key past the ON position to the START position and hold until the engine is running smoothly. Release the key and it will return to the ON position.

FORWARD/REVERSE CONTROL

The forward/reverse shift lever is located below and to the right of the driver’s right knee on the seat support panel (See Figure 14, Page 24). The lever has three (3) distinct positions: F (forward), N (neutral), and R (reverse). Rotate the lever towards the driver, F (forward), to run the vehicle in the forward direction, or towards the passenger, R (reverse), to run the vehicle in reverse. When the lever is in the straight up, or N (neutral) position, the vehicle will idle.

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Forward and Reverse Control, Continued:

Figure 13 Figure 14

The accelerator pedal is the pedal on the right with the word GO molded into it (See Figure 15).

• THE ENGINE WILL STOP RUNNING IF THE ACCELERATOR IS DEPRESSED WHILE THE

FORWARD/REVERSE LEVER IS IN THE NEUTRAL POSITION.

PARK BRAKE PEDAL

The park brake pedal is the small raised portion in the upper left corner of the brake pedal with the word

PARK molded into it (See Figure 16). The words PARK BRAKE are marked on top of the pedal.

NOTE

• THE OPERATION OF THE ACCELERATOR PEDAL DIFFERS FROM THAT OF AN AUTO-

MOBILE.

• WHEN THE ENGINE IS RUNNING, AND THE SHIFT LEVER IS IN EITHER FORWARD OR

REVERSE, DEPRESSING THE ACCELERATOR PEDAL WILL AUTOMATICALLY RELEASE

THE PARK BRAKE AND START THE VEHICLE MOVING IN THE SELECTED DIRECTION

(FORWARD OR REVERSE). AS THE ACCELERATOR PEDAL IS DEPRESSED, SPEED WILL

INCREASE UNTIL FULL SPEED IS REACHED. WHEN THE ACCELERATOR PEDAL IS

RELEASED, IT WILL RETURN TO THE ORIGINAL POSITION AND THE ENGINE WILL DROP

BACK TO IDLE.

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Figure 15 Figure 16

To set the park brake, depress the brake pedal firmly and tilt the park brake portion of the pedal forward with your foot (See Figure 17).

NEUTRAL LOCK-OUT

For the convenience of the trained mechanic, there is a neutral lock-out cam (yellow knob) located on the back of the forward/reverse lever inside engine compartment. If the neutral lock-out cam is pulled out approximately 10 millimeters

(3/8 inch) and then rotated one-half turn until it snaps into place, the vehicle will be in the SER-

VICE position (See Figure 18, Page 26). This will

Figure 17

allow the mechanic to run the engine for certain maintenance procedures. With the cam in this position, the vehicle will not operate if the forward/reverse lever is placed in the forward or reverse posi-

WARNING

• THE PARK BRAKE WILL AUTOMATICALLY RELEASE WHEN EITHER THE ACCELERA-

TOR OR BRAKE PEDAL IS DEPRESSED. THE PARK BRAKE HAS MULTIPLE LOCKING

POSITIONS AND SHOULD BE FIRMLY PRESSED TO PREVENT THE VEHICLE FROM

ROLLING.

tion. To put the vehicle back into the OPERATE position, pull the cam out approximately 10 millimeters (3/8 inch) and rotate it one-half turn until it snaps into place (See Figure 19, Page 26).

CHOKE

The choke is located on the seat support panel and to the left of the driver’s left knee (See Figure 20,

Page 26). If the vehicle is hard to start in cool or cold temperatures, simply push in the choke button

Choke, Continued:

with your left hand to activate it. Hold it during start up and release the choke button after the engine

NOTE

• BE SURE TO RETURN CAM TO THE OPERATE POSITION AFTER SERVICING THE VEHI-

CLE, OR IT WILL NOT RUN WITH THE FORWARD/REVERSE LEVER IN THE FORWARD OR

THE REVERSE POSITION.

WARNING

• WITH THE CAM IN THE SERVICE POSITION AND THE ENGINE RUNNING, THE VEHICLE

MAY MOVE SUDDENLY IF THE FORWARD/REVERSE LEVER IS SHIFTED OR ACCIDEN-

TALLY BUMPED. TO PREVENT THIS, BLOCK THE FRONT AND REAR TIRES AND ALWAYS

FIRMLY SET THE PARK BRAKE BEFORE SERVICING OR LEAVING THE VEHICLE.

starts and runs smoothly.

OIL LIGHT

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The vehicle is equipped with a low oil warning light, located on the dash panel just above the steering column (See Figure 21). If the oil warning light comes on, oil level should be checked and oil added, if necessary, to the engine before continuing to use the vehicle. The vehicle should never be driven with

Figure 18 Figure 19

the oil warning light remaining on. If the oil warning light goes on and off, you many proceed, but oil should be added at the first opportunity. If the oil level is correct and the light stays on, have a trained mechanic check the vehicle.

DRIVING INSTRUCTIONS - CARRYALL-II PLUS AND CARRYALL-VI

GASOLINE VEHICLES

WARNING

• FAILURE TO ADD OIL IMMEDIATELY WHEN LIGHT STAYS ON MAY RESULT IN PERMANENT

ENGINE DAMAGE.

Figure 20 Figure 21

No one should drive the vehicle without first being instructed in the proper operation and use of the vehicle’s controls. An experienced operator should accompany each first-time driver on a test drive before he or she is allowed to operate the vehicle alone. Only licensed drivers should be allowed to drive the vehicle.

To ensure safe operation of the vehicle, follow all of the procedures listed below exactly and in order. Read and understand all instructions prior to driving the vehicle.

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Driving Instructions, Continued:

STARTING THE VEHICLE

1. Be sure load, if any, is secure.

WARNING

• BEFORE ASSIGNING THE VEHICLE TO A DRIVER, MAKE SURE THE DRIVER IS FAMILIAR

WITH ALL CONTROLS AND OPERATING PROCEDURES BEFORE ALLOWING THE VEHICLE

TO BE DRIVEN.

• THE VEHICLE IS NOT SPECIALLY EQUIPPED FOR HANDICAPPED PERSONS. BE SURE ALL

PERSONS CAN PROPERLY OPERATE VEHICLE PRIOR TO ALLOWING THEM TO DRIVE

VEHICLE.

• DO NOT ALLOW PASSENGERS IN THE CARGO BED. NO MORE THAN TWO PEOPLE

SHOULD BE ON THE VEHICLE AT ONE TIME.

• FOR NIGHT USE, VEHICLE MUST BE EQUIPPED WITH HEADLIGHTS, TAILLIGHTS, AND

REFLECTORS.

• STOP VEHICLE BEFORE SHIFTING THE FORWARD/REVERSE LEVER. FAILURE TO DO SO

MAY RESULT IN INJURY TO AN UNSUSPECTING PASSENGER AND (OR) DAMAGE TO THE

VEHICLE. BUZZER(S) WILL SOUND AS A WARNING WHEN THE VEHICLE IS IN REVERSE.

WHEN DRIVING THE VEHICLE:

• OPERATE THE VEHICLE FROM THE DRIVER’S SIDE ONLY.

• REMAIN SEATED IN A MOVING VEHICLE AND HOLD ON TO SEAT HANDLES OR

HANDRAILS AT ALL TIMES TO PREVENT FALLS.

• KEEP ALL BODY PARTS INSIDE THE VEHICLE TO PREVENT THEM FROM GETTING

CAUGHT BETWEEN THE VEHICLE AND THE GROUND OR OTHER OBJECTS.

• WHEN LOADED, DRIVE SLOWLY IN TURNS AND DRIVE STRAIGHT UP OR DOWN SLOPES

TO PREVENT OVERTURNING OF THE VEHICLE.

• DO NOT DRIVE VEHICLE ON SLOPES EXCEEDING 20% OF GRADE.

• OPERATOR MUST CONTROL SPEED WHEN GOING DOWNHILL. DEPRESS THE BRAKE

PEDAL AS NECESSARY AND DEPRESS THE ACCELERATOR PARTIALLY WHEN DESCEND-

ING A HILL. PARTIALLY DEPRESSING THE ACCELERATOR WILL CAUSE THE ENGINE

GOVERNOR TO CONTROL DOWNHILL SPEED.

• AVOID STOPPING ON HILLS WHEN LOADED. WHEN STOPPED ON A HILL, AVOID SUDDEN

STARTS OR ROLLING BACKWARDS AND STOPPING SUDDENLY. THIS CAN CAUSE THE

VEHICLE TO OVERTURN OR FLIP OVER BACKWARDS.

• AVOID SUDDEN STARTS, STOPS AND TIGHT TURNS TO AVOID INJURY TO AN UNSUS-

PECTING PASSENGER AND DAMAGE TO THE VEHICLE.

• TO AVOID THE POSSIBILITY OF LOSING CONTROL OR OVERTURNING OF THE VEHICLE,

REDUCE SPEED FOR DRIVING CONDITIONS SUCH AS WET GRASS OR ROUGH TERRAIN.

• DO NOT USE ON PUBLIC ROADS. THIS VEHICLE IS NOT DESIGNED OR INTENDED FOR

STREET USE AND SHOULD NOT BE LICENSED FOR USE ON PUBLIC ROADS.

• VEHICLES SHOULD ONLY BE DRIVEN IN SPECIFIED AREAS BY TRAINED DRIVERS.

• TO AVOID BEING STRUCK, DO NOT STAND IN FRONT OF OR BEHIND VEHICLE.

• DO NOT DRIVE WHILE UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF ALCOHOL, DRUGS, OR MEDICA-

TIONS.

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2. Enter vehicle.

3. Study and understand controls.

4. Be sure everyone is seated and holding onto seat handles or handrails. The driver should have both hands on the steering wheel.

5. Read safety warnings located above pedals.

6. Place shifter in neutral position.

7. Make sure wheels are turned in desired direction.

8. Be sure nothing is in your path.

9. Depress and hold brake pedal.

10. Turn key all the way to the START position and release after engine is started. Engine will idle.

11. While keeping brake engaged, select direction of travel by placing shifter lever in desired position

(F = forward or R = reverse).

12. Release brake completely, and then slowly depress the accelerator pedal. As the accelerator is depressed, speed will increase until full speed is reached.

STOPPING THE VEHICLE

To stop the vehicle, release the accelerator pedal and then depress the brake pedal with your right foot until the vehicle comes to a complete stop.

NOTE

• IF THE ACCELERATOR PEDAL IS DEPRESSED WHILE SHIFTER IS IN NEUTRAL, OR IF YOU

TRY TO SHIFT FROM FORWARD TO REVERSE WHILE THE ACCELERATOR PEDAL IS

DEPRESSED, THE ENGINE WILL SHUT OFF. TO KEEP THE ENGINE RUNNING, THE

ACCELERATOR PEDAL MUST BE RELEASED COMPLETELY BEFORE SHIFTING THE

VEHICLE TO NEUTRAL OR FROM FORWARD TO REVERSE.

PARKING AND LEAVING THE VEHICLE

1. After stopping the vehicle, firmly depress the park brake pedal until it locks. This will prevent the vehicle from rolling.

WARNING

• DRIVING THROUGH WATER MAY AFFECT THE BRAKES. CHECK THEIR EFFECTIVE-

NESS BY DEPRESSING THE BRAKE PEDAL GENTLY. IF THE VEHICLE DOES NOT SLOW

DOWN AT THE NORMAL RATE, CONTINUE TO DEPRESS THE BRAKES UNTIL THEY DRY

OUT AND NORMAL PERFORMANCE RETURNS.

CAUTION

• WHEN STOPPED ON A HILL, USE THE BRAKE PEDAL TO HOLD YOUR POSITION. DO NOT

USE THE ACCELERATOR PEDAL.

2. Place shift lever in the straight up NEUTRAL position, turn key to OFF. Engine will shut off.

Remove key when the vehicle is not in use.

LOADING AND UNLOADING

Center cargo in the cargo bed as far forward as possible and secure.

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WARNING

• FIRMLY ENGAGE THE PARK BRAKE PRIOR TO LOADING.

• DO NOT ALLOW PEOPLE IN THE CARGO BED.

• DO NOT EXCEED THE VEHICLE’S RATED CAPACITY: 800 LBS (363 KG) FOR THE CAR-

RYALL-I, 1200 LBS (544 KG) FOR THE CARRYALL-II AND CARRYALL-II PLUS, AND 1500 LBS

(680 KG) FOR THE CARRYALL-VI. THIS INCLUDES ALL PASSENGERS, THE LOAD IN THE

CARGO BED, AND THE GROSS WEIGHT AND TONGUE WEIGHT OF A TRAILER: MAXIMUM

300 LBS (136 KG) FOR THE CARRYALL-I, 800 LBS (363 KG) FOR THE CARRYALL-II AND

CARRYALL-II PLUS, AND 1000 LBS (454 KG) FOR THE CARRYALL-VI. TONGUE WEIGHT OF

ANY TRAILER SHOULD NOT EXCEED 150 LBS (68 KG). OVERLOADING CAN CAUSE

LOSS OF VEHICLE CONTROL AND SEVERE PERSONAL INJURY BY CAUSING A VEHICLE

COMPONENT TO FAIL OR BY AFFECTING THE VEHICLE’S HANDLING.

• VEHICLE LOAD AND SPEED MUST BE REDUCED WHEN DRIVING UP OR DOWN SLOPES

OR ON UNEVEN TERRAIN. RATED CAPACITY IS FOR LEVEL SURFACES ONLY.

• REDUCE SPEED AND AVOID SUDDEN STOPS WHEN BACKING UP. FAILURE TO DO SO

MAY CAUSE THE VEHICLE TO OVERTURN OR FLIP OVER BACKWARDS.

• DO NOT LOAD TAILGATE. TAILGATE SHOULD BE IN UPRIGHT POSITION AND LATCHED

SECURELY WHILE VEHICLE IS IN MOTION.

• MAKE STARTS, STOPS AND TURNS IN A SMOOTH MANNER TO AVOID SHIFTING THE

VEHICLE’S LOAD OR OVERTURNING THE VEHICLE. THE CARGO’S CENTER OF GRAVITY

MAY AFFECT THE HANDLING, STEERING AND BRAKING OF THE VEHICLE.

• SECURE LOOSE CARGO TO KEEP IT FROM SHIFTING, WHICH COULD AFFECT THE

VEHICLE’S HANDLING AND (OR) INJURE THE DRIVER OR PASSENGER.

• AVOID TOP HEAVY LOADS. THE CENTER OF GRAVITY OF A LOAD SHOULD NEVER

EXCEED 15 INCHES (38 CENTIMETERS) ABOVE THE CARGO BED BOTTOM.

TOWING

Towing, Continued:

WARNING

• NEVER OPERATE THE VEHICLE ON PUBLIC STREETS OR HIGHWAYS.

• EXTREME CAUTION SHOULD BE USED WHEN TOWING A TRAILER.

• TOTAL VEHICLE CAPACITY, INCLUDING TOW VEHICLE LOAD AND GROSS TRAILER

WEIGHT, MUST NOT EXCEED 800 LBS (363 KG) FOR THE CARRYALL-I, 1200 LBS (544 KG)

FOR THE CARRYALL-II AND CARRYALL-II PLUS, AND 1500 LBS (680 KG) FOR THE CAR-

RYALL-VI.

• DO NOT EXCEED TONGUE WEIGHT OF 150 LBS (68 KG) FOR ANY CARRYALL VEHICLE.

• DO NOT ALLOW PEOPLE IN THE VEHICLES OR IN THE TRAILER BEING TOWED.

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When towing a trailer with the vehicle, extra caution should be observed due to the trailer’s adverse

WARNING

CONTINUED:

• AVOID STOPPING ON HILLS WHEN LOADED. WHEN STOPPED ON A HILL, AVOID SUDDEN

STARTS OR ROLLING BACKWARDS AND STOPPING SUDDENLY. THIS CAN CAUSE THE

VEHICLE TO OVERTURN OR FLIP OVER BACKWARDS.

• AVOID SUDDEN STARTS, STOPS, AND TIGHT TURNS WHEN TOWING.

• SLOWER SPEEDS SHOULD BE OBSERVED WHEN TOWING A TRAILER.

effects on the handling of the vehicle. Total vehicle capacity, including tow vehicle load and gross trailer weight should not exceed weight specified in WARNING on Page 29. The tongue weight should not exceed 150 Ibs (68 kg). Parking the vehicle with a trailer on a hill should be avoided. If you must park on a hill, apply the brakes and have someone block the tires of the trailer. Brakes should be released to allow the blocks to absorb the load of the trailer. After the tires have been blocked, engage the park brake.

TRANSPORTING ON A TRAILER

If your vehicle must be transported over long distances or on public highways, it should be done on an approved trailer. Observe all the following warnings:

STORAGE - GASOLINE VEHICLE

WARNING

• FOR USE ON PUBLIC ROADS, THE TRAILER MUST MEET ALL FEDERAL, STATE, AND

LOCAL REQUIREMENTS SUCH AS TAILLIGHTS, BRAKE LIGHTS, ETC.

• ALWAYS USE AN APPROVED TRAILER THAT HAS A LOAD RATING OF 1200 LBS (544 KG)

PER VEHICLE (EXAMPLE: A 2-VEHICLE TRAILER SHOULD BE RATED AT 2 X 1200 = 2400

LBS (2 X 544 = 1088 KG).

• NEVER TOW A VEHICLE BEHIND A PASSENGER VEHICLE OR TRUCK UNLESS IT IS ON AN

APPROVED TRAILER.

• THE VEHICLE SHOULD BE SECURELY TIED DOWN TO THE TRAILER, WITH THE SHIFT

LEVER IN “NEUTRAL”, KEY SWITCH “OFF” AND THE PARK BRAKE COMPLETELY

DEPRESSED AND LOCKED.

• WHEN TOWING A TRAILER, SPEED SHOULD BE REDUCED. DUE TO THE ADDED LENGTH

OF THE TRAILER, CARE SHOULD BE USED WHEN TURNING A CORNER.

• NEVER TRANSPORT THE VEHICLE ON A TRAILER WITH A LOAD IN THE VEHICLE’S

CARGO BED.

• REMOVE THE VEHICLE’S WINDSHIELD BEFORE TRANSPORTING A VEHICLE ON A TRAIL-

ER.

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To prepare your vehicle for extended storage:

1. Completely unload the vehicle so that only minimum vehicle weight will be placed on the tires.

2. Store vehicle in a cool place. This will prevent self discharge of the battery. If the battery appears to be weak, have it charged using an automotive type 12 volt battery charger rated at 10 amps or less before storage.

3. Drain carburetor and seal the fuel tank.

DANGER

• GASOLINE - FLAMMABLE - EXPLOSIVE - DO NOT SMOKE. KEEP SPARKS AND FLAMES

AWAY FROM THE AREA OF THE VEHICLE.

• NEVER ATTEMPT TO DRAIN OR POUR GASOLINE WHEN THE ENGINE IS HOT OR WHILE

RUNNING. BE SURE TO CLEAN UP ANY SPILLED GASOLINE BEFORE OPERATING THE

VEHICLE.

• STORE GASOLINE IN AN APPROVED GASOLINE CONTAINER ONLY. STORE IN A WELL-

VENTILATED AREA AWAY FROM SPARKS, OPEN FLAMES, HEATERS, OR HEAT SOURCES.

• SERVICE OR REPAIR ONLY IN A WELL-VENTILATED AREA.

• DO NOT SERVICE, REPAIR, OR OPERATE IN AN ENCLOSED AREA WITHOUT PROPER

VENTILATION. ENGINE PRODUCES CARBON MONOXIDE WHICH IS AN ODORLESS,

DEADLY POISON.

• KEEP GASOLINE OUT OF THE REACH OF CHILDREN.

• DO NOT SIPHON GASOLINE FROM THE VEHICLE.

WARNING

• TURN KEY SWITCH “OFF’’, REMOVE KEY, AND LEAVE THE FORWARD/REVERSE LEVER

IN “NEUTRAL” POSITION DURING STORAGE. THIS IS TO PREVENT UNINTENTIONAL

STARTING OF THE VEHICLE.

• DO NOT ATTEMPT TO CHARGE A BATTERY IF IT IS FROZEN OR IF THE CASE IS BULGED.

DISCARD BATTERY. FROZEN BATTERIES CAN EXPLODE.

CAUTION

• BATTERIES IN A LOW STATE OF CHARGE WILL FREEZE AT LOW TEMPERATURES.

3.1. Disconnect fuel line from the

inlet

side of the fuel pump.

3.2. Place the Foward and Reverse Lever in the NEUTRAL position and the neutral lock-out cam in the SERVICE position. Run the engine until fuel remaining in the carburetor and fuel lines is used up and the engine stalls. Return the neutral lock-out cam to OPERATE position.

3.3. Loosen (do not remove) the carburetor drain screw and drain fuel remaining in bowl into a small container, then pour the fuel from the container into vehicle fuel tank.

Storage - Gasoline Vehicle, Continued:

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3.4. Reconnect fuel line to fuel pump.

3.5. Disconnect fuel vent line from fuel tank vent nipple.

3.6. Plug the fuel tank vent nipple so that it is air tight. We recommend using a slip-on vinyl cap.

4. To protect the engine, remove the spark plug and pour 1/2 ounce of SAE 10 weight oil into the engine through the spark plug hole. Rotate the engine’s crankshaft several times and then re-install the spark plug.

5. Inflate tires to rated capacities (Tire Specifications, Page 39).

6. Grease front suspension and do all quarterly periodic lubrication (See Periodic Lubrication

Schedule, Page 37).

7. Thoroughly clean front body, cargo bed, seats, engine compartment, and underside of vehicle.

8. Do not latch park brake. Block tires to prevent the vehicle from rolling.

TO RETURN THE STORED VEHICLE TO SERVICE

1. Restore fuel system to operation.

1.1. Remove plug from the fuel tank vent nipple and reconnect vent line to tank.

1.2. Place the Foward and Reverse Lever in the NEUTRAL position and the neutral lock-out cam in the SERVICE position. Crank the engine until fuel is pumped into the carburetor and fuel lines and the engine starts. Turn engine off and return neutral lock-out cam to OPERATE position.

2. Readjust tire pressure (Tire Specifications, Page 39).

3. Perform the Pre-Operation Checklist before returning the vehicle to service (See page 15).

NOTE

• WHEN RUNNING THE ENGINE FOR THE FIRST TIME AFTER STORAGE, IT MAY SMOKE

EXCESSIVELY DUE TO THE OIL ADDED TO THE ENGINE.

STORAGE - ELECTRIC VEHICLE

WARNING

• TURN KEY SWITCH “OFF”, REMOVE KEY, AND LEAVE THE FORWARD/REVERSE LEVER

IN “NEUTRAL” POSITION DURING STORAGE. THIS IS TO PREVENT UNINTENTIONAL

STARTING OF THE VEHICLE.

• DO NOT ATTEMPT TO CHARGE FROZEN BATTERIES OR BATTERIES WITH BULGED

CASES. DISCARD BATTERIES. FROZEN BATTERIES CAN EXPLODE.

CAUTION

• BATTERIES IN A LOW STATE OF CHARGE WILL FREEZE AT LOW TEMPERATURES.

• WHEN WASHING VEHICLE, DO NOT DIRECT WATER STREAM AT THE CHARGER RECEP-

TACLE.

• IF BATTERY WIRE TERMINALS ARE DAMAGED OR CORRODED, REPLACE OR CLEAN

THEM AS NECESSARY.

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1. Completely unload the vehicle so that only minimum vehicle weight will be placed on the tires.

2. Fully charge batteries (See Battery - Electric Vehicle, Page 42).

3. Wash off any corrosion around the terminals with a solution of baking soda and water, then rinse.

NOTE

• DO NOT ALLOW THIS SOLUTION TO ENTER THE BATTERIES. LET THE TERMINALS DRY

AND COAT THEM WITH BATTERY TERMINAL SPRAY, CLUB CAR PART NO. 1014305.

4. Store in a cool, dry place. This will prevent self discharge of the batteries.

5. Leave PowerDrive System 48 vehicles with PowerDrive chargers plugged in during storage. The

PowerDrive storage charge feature will automatically charge the batteries as needed (See Bat-

tery - Electric Vehicle, Page 42).

6. Inflate tires to rated capacities (Tire Specifications, Page 39).

7. Grease front suspension and do all quarterly periodic lubrication (See Periodic Lubrication

Schedule, Page 38).

8. Thoroughly clean front body, cargo bed, seats, battery compartment and underside of vehicle.

9. Do not latch park brake. Block tires to prevent the vehicle from rolling.

TO RETURN THE STORED VEHICLE TO SERVICE

1. Make sure batteries are fully charged (See Battery - Electric Vehicle, Page 42).

2. Readjust tire pressure (Tire Specifications, Page 39).

3. Perform the Pre-Operation Checklist (See Page 15).

MAINTENANCE

GENERAL INFORMATION

To ensure trouble-free vehicle performance, it is very important to follow an established preventive maintenance program (regularly scheduled services), even though the vehicle is functional. Regular and consistent vehicle maintenance can prevent vehicle down-time and expensive repairs that result from neglect. Any vehicle not functioning correctly should be removed from use until it is properly repaired. This will prevent further damage to the vehicle and avoid the possibility of injury due to unsafe conditions.

Contact your local CLUB CAR distributor/dealer to perform all repairs and the semi-annual and annual periodic service.

WARNING

• ONLY TRAINED TECHNICIANS SHOULD REPAIR OR SERVICE THE VEHICLE. ANYONE

DOING EVEN SIMPLE REPAIRS OR SERVICE SHOULD FOLLOW THE CORRECT PROCE-

DURES AND OBEY THE WARNINGS LISTED IN THIS MANUAL AS WELL AS THOSE IN THE

MAINTENANCE AND SERVICE MANUAL.

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Maintenance General Information, Continued:

WARNING

CONTINUED:

• ALWAYS WEAR SAFETY GLASSES OR EYE PROTECTION WHEN SERVICING THE VEHI-

CLE.

• DO NOT WEAR LOOSE CLOTHING OR JEWELRY, SUCH AS RINGS, WATCHES, CHAINS,

ETC., WHEN SERVICING THE VEHICLE.

• ALWAYS USE INSULATED TOOLS WHEN WORKING AROUND BATTERIES OR ELECTRICAL

CONNECTIONS.

• TURN KEY SWITCH “OFF”, REMOVE KEY, PLACE FORWARD/REVERSE LEVER IN “NEU-

TRAL” POSITION, AND BLOCK TIRES PRIOR TO SERVICING.

• MOVING PARTS - DO NOT ATTEMPT TO SERVICE GASOLINE VEHICLE WHILE THE

ENGINE IS RUNNING.

• HOT - DO NOT ATTEMPT TO SERVICE HOT ENGINE, MOTOR, RESISTORS, OR EXHAUST

SYSTEM. ATTEMPTING TO DO SO COULD CAUSE SEVERE BURNS.

• REMOVE THE SPARK PLUG WIRE AND DISCONNECT THE BATTERY TO AVOID UNIN-

TENTIONAL STARTING OF THE ENGINE WHEN SERVICING THE GASOLINE VEHICLE.

• DISCONNECT THE BATTERIES BEFORE SERVICING THE ELECTRIC VEHICLE (SEE FIG-

URES 22 AND 23).

• BE SURE ALL PERSONS ARE CLEAR OF THE REAR OF THE VEHICLE WHEN LIFTING THE

BED EQUIPPED WITH A TAILGATE RAMP.

• IF THE VEHICLE HAS A PORTABLE REFRESHMENT CENTER OPTION INSTALLED IN

THE BED, IT MUST BE REMOVED BEFORE UNLATCHING BED LATCH AND LIFTING BED.

• DO NOT REMOVE PROP ROD OR CLOSE BED UNTIL ALL PERSONS ARE CLEAR OF

BED AREA. LOWER BED GENTLY, KEEPING ALL BODY PARTS CLEAR. DO NOT DROP

BED. FAILURE TO FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS CAN CAUSE SEVERE PERSONAL

INJURY.

• IF VEHICLE IS EQUIPPED WITH AN ELECTRIC POWERED OR HYDRAULIC LIFT BED,

REMOVE BED BEFORE SERVICING THE BED LIFT SYSTEM.

• HYDRAULIC SYSTEM IS UNDER PRESSURE, AND A FACE SHIELD SHOULD BE WORN

WHEN SERVICING. EXTREME CARE SHOULD BE EXERCISED WHEN SERVICING THE

HYDRAULIC SYSTEM.

• DO NOT WORK ON THE POWERTRAIN OR UNDER CARGO BED WHILE BED OR BOX IS

LOADED.

NOTE

• IF THE VEHICLE IS CONSTANTLY HAULING HEAVY LOADS OR HAULING A TRAILER,

THESE PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES SHOULD BE PERFORMED MORE

OFTEN THAN RECOMMENDED IN THE PERIODIC SERVICE SCHEDULE.

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Figure 22

BED LATCH

The Carryall-l, Carryall-ll, and Carryall-ll Plus are equipped with a bed latch on the driver’s side of the vehicle as standard equipment (See

Figure 24). To lift bed, push latch handle toward the rear of the vehicle and lift bed (See Figure

25).

Figure 23

To close bed, Iower bed gently (do not drop) until bed latch engages.

Figure 24

WARNING

• KEEP HANDS AND FINGERS CLEAR OF PINCH POINTS BETWEEN THE BED AND THE

SEAT BACK SUPPORT.

NOTE

• THE CARRYALL-II GAS AND CARRYALL-II PLUS ARE EQUIPPED WITH AN AUTOMATI-

CALLY ENGAGING PROP ROD, UNLESS EQUIPPED WITH HYDRAULIC BED LIFT OPTION

(SEE FIGURE 26). AN ELECTRIC BED LIFT IS STANDARD ON CARRYALL II ELECTRIC.

Figure 25 Figure 26

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PERIODIC SERVICE SCHEDULE

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PERIODIC LUBRICATION SCHEDULE - GASOLINE VEHICLE

Recommended Lubricant

Dry Moly Lube - Club Car P/N 1012151

2. Brake linkage and pivots Dry Moly Lube - Club Car P/N 1012151

FUELING INSTRUCTIONS - GASOLINE VEHICLES

3. Accelerator push rod pivots Dry Moly Lube - Club Car P/N 1012151

and shifter cable pivots

For all gasoline vehicles except Carryall-VI:

4. Front suspension (5 fittings)

1. Lift and remove seat bottom from vehicle.

Chassis Lube

2. The fuel tank is located on passenger side of vehicle. Remove fuel cap and fill the fuel tank with

Personnel Only

.67 liters (22 oz.) SAE 30 WT. API

Class SE, SF, or SG Oil or higher

Chassis Lube

4. Replace seat bottom.

For Carryall-VI:

(Repack as necessary)

7. Check/fill transmission to plug level 80-90 WT. API Class GL-3 or 80-90 WT.

2. The fuel tank is located on passenger side of vehicle. Remove fuel cap and fill the fuel tank with

First Change 100 Hours fresh unleaded gasoline only.

Additional Change - Every 200

8. Change engine oil and oil filter .97 liters (32 oz.) without filter; 1.16 liter

(38 oz.) with filter. 10W30 above 32°F

3. Replace fuel cap on tank, being sure cap is tightened securely to tank.

Annually Class SE, SF, SG Oil or higher

BATTERY - GASOLINE VEHICLE

Figure 27

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PERIODIC LUBRICATION SCHEDULE - ELECTRIC VEHICLE

Regular Interval Service

Battery - Gasoline Vehicle, Continued:

Recommended Lubricant

The battery in the vehicle is a 12 volt, low maintenance battery that requires infrequent watering (See

Figure 31).

Trained Personnel Only

1. Brake shaft bearings Dry Moly Lube - Club Car P/N

1012151

Any corrosion around the positive (+) or negative (–) terminals should be washed off with a solution of

Dry Moly Lube - Club Car P/N

1012151 and then spray them with CLUB CAR battery protector, Part No.1014305.

Dry Moly Lube - Club Car P/N

WD-40

5. Front suspension (5 fittings) Chassis Lube

The batteries in the PowerDrive System 48 Electric Vehicle are 8 volts each.

These batteries are deep cycle batteries, specially built for an electric vehicle application. Automotive batteries should never be used. New batteries will not deliver their full range until they have been run

BATTERY CARE

7. Inspect front wheel bearings Chassis Lube

1. The batteries should be clean and free of corrosion. Wash tops and terminals of batteries with a solution of baking soda and water. Rinse solution off batteries (NOTE: Do not allow this solution

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Figure 28

LIQUID CAPACITIES

Engine Crankcase without Filter

Engine Crankcase with Filter

Transmission

Drive Unit

Gasoline Tank

GASOLINE

.98 liters (32 oz.)

1.16 liters (38 oz.)

.61 liters (20 oz.)

.67 liters (22 oz.)

26.5 liters (7 U.S. gallons)

TIRE SPECIFICATIONS

Gasoline

Carryall-I

Carryall-II

Carryall-II Plus

Carryall-VI

12-14 psi

30-34psi

30-34 psi

30-34 psi

ELECTRIC

.67 liters (22 oz.)

Electric

18-20 psi

30-34psi

N/A

30-34 psi

Gasoline

(Heavy Load)

16-18 psi

40-45 psi

40-45 psi

45-50 psi

Electric

(Heavy Load)

20-22 psi

45-50 psi

45-50 psi

45-50 psi

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to enter the batteries.) Be sure terminals are tight. Let the terminals dry and then spray them with

CLUB CAR battery protector, Part No. 1014305.

2. The water level in the batteries should be checked weekly (See Figure 32 for proper level). Add water only after charging unless the water level is below the top of the plates. In this case, add just

NOTE

• ENGINE MUST BE IN LEVEL POSITION. REMOVE OIL LEVEL DIPSTICK BY PULLING

FROM OIL FILLER TUBE AND WIPE OIL FROM IT WITH A CLEAN CLOTH OR PAPER

TOWEL. CHECK OIL BY INSERTING THE DIPSTICK FULLY INTO THE OIL FILLER TUBE AND

IMMEDIATELY REMOVING IT AGAIN. IF OIL LEVEL IS AT OR BELOW “ADD” MARK ON

GAUGE, ADD OIL UNTIL LEVEL IS BETWEEN “ADD” AND “FULL” (SAFE LEVEL). DO NOT

OVERFILL WITH OIL. OVERFILLING WILL CAUSE ENGINE AND (OR) FUEL PROBLEMS.

REINSERT DIPSTICK INTO OIL FILLER TUBE.

Figure 29 Figure 30

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DANGER

• GASOLINE - FLAMMABLE - EXPLOSIVE - DO NOT SMOKE. KEEP SPARKS AND FLAMES

AWAY FROM THE AREA OF THE VEHICLE.

• SERVICE OR REPAIR IN A WELL-VENTILATED AREA ONLY.

• NEVER POUR GASOLINE INTO GAS TANK WHILE ENGINE IS HOT OR RUNNING.

• TO AVOID ELECTRIC ARC CAUSED BY STATIC ELECTRICITY, THE FUEL

STORAGE/PUMPING DEVICE MUST BE GROUNDED. IF THE PUMP IS NOT GROUNDED,

THE VEHICLE MUST BE GROUNDED TO THE PUMP BEFORE AND DURING THE FUELING

OPERATION.

• IF THE VEHICLE HAS A CUSTOM CAB ASSEMBLY OR AN ALL-WEATHER ENCLOSURE

INSTALLED, THE GAS TANK MUST BE PROPERLY VENTED (AS SHOWN IN FIGURE 30).

BE SURE TO CLEAN UP ANY SPILLED GASOLINE BEFORE OPERATING THE VEHICLE.

CAUTION

• TO ALLOW FOR EXPANSION, DO NOT FILL HIGHER THAN ONE INCH FROM TOP OF

TANK.

enough water to cover the plates, charge and then check the level again. For maximum battery life, add only distilled water to the batteries.

3. The hold-down brackets or straps should be tight enough so that the batteries do not move while the vehicle is in motion, but not so tight as to crack or buckle the battery case. Torque hold-down retaining nuts to 15-25 in.lbs. (1.7/2.8 N-m). The terminal connections should be clean and

NOTE

• GASOLINE QUALITY AND CHEMICAL ADDITIVES CAN AFFECT VEHICLE PERFORMANCE.

WE DO NOT RECOMMEND GASOLINES BLENDED WITH ALCOHOL. AVOID THE USE OF

THESE FUELS WHENEVER POSSIBLE. VEHICLES THAT WILL BE STORED FOR EXTEND-

ED PERIODS SHOULD BE PREPARED FOR STORAGE AS OUTLINED IN THIS OWNER’S

MANUAL.

tight, and any worn insulation or frayed wires should be replaced. Torque battery terminals to 90-

100 in.lbs. (10.2/11.3 N-m).

4. After use, the batteries should be placed on charge. The batteries should never be left discharged any longer than absolutely necessary (do not leave discharged overnight).

BATTERY CHARGER - ELECTRIC VEHICLE

NOTE

• GASOLINE QUALITY AND CHEMICAL ADDITIVES CAN AFFECT VEHICLE PERFORMANCE.

WE DO NOT RECOMMEND GASOLINES BLENDED WITH ALCOHOL. AVOID THE USE OF

THESE FUELS WHENEVER POSSIBLE. VEHICLES THAT WILL BE STORED FOR EXTEND-

ED PERIODS SHOULD BE PREPARED FOR STORAGE AS OUTLINED IN THIS OWNER’S

MANUAL.

GENERAL INFORMATION

Each electric vehicle is supplied with a PowerDrive battery charger, controlled by the vehicle’s on-board computer, as standard equipment. The AC cord to each charger is to be connected to a source capable of supplying 10 amperes minimum per charger.

DANGER

• BATTERY - EXPLOSIVE GASES - DO NOT SMOKE. KEEP SPARKS AND FLAMES AWAY

FROM THE AREA OF THE VEHICLE. TOOLS, WIRES, AND METAL OBJECTS CAN CAUSE

SPARKS WHEN “SHORTED” ACROSS BATTERIES. FOLLOW ALL INSTRUCTIONS CARE-

FULLY WHEN DEALING WITH BATTERIES.

• VENTILATE WHEN CHARGING IN AN ENCLOSED SPACE.

• POISON - CONTAINS ACID - CAUSES SEVERE BURNS - AVOID CONTACT WITH SKIN,

EYES, OR CLOTHING.

ANTIDOTES:

• EXTERNAL - FLUSH WITH WATER FOR 15 MINUTES. CALL PHYSICIAN IMMEDIATELY.

• INTERNAL - DRINK LARGE QUANTITIES OF MILK OR WATER, FOLLOWED WITH MILK OF

MAGNESIA OR VEGETABLE OIL. CALL PHYSICIAN IMMEDIATELY.

• EYES - FLUSH WITH WATER FOR 15 MINUTES. CALL PHYSICIAN IMMEDIATELY.

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The battery charger must be grounded to reduce the risk of electrical shock. The charger is equipped

WARNING

• DO NOT JUMP START VEHICLE. TO CHARGE BATTERY, USE AN AUTOMOTIVE TYPE 12

VOLT BATTERY CHARGER RATED AT 10 AMPS OR LESS.

• ALWAYS WEAR SAFETY GLASSES OR EYE PROTECTION WHEN SERVICING THE VEHI-

CLE.

• ALWAYS USE INSULATED TOOLS WHEN WORKING AROUND BATTERIES OR ELECTRICAL

CONNECTIONS.

CAUTION

• IF BATTERY WIRE TERMINALS ARE DAMAGED OR CORRODED, CLEAN OR REPLACE

THEM AS NECESSARY. FAILURE TO DO SO MAY CAUSE THEM TO OVERHEAT DURING

OPERATION.

with an AC electric cord having an equipment grounding conductor and a grounding type plug and is for use on a nominal 115 Volt, 60 Hertz circuit, unless noted otherwise on the charger. This plug must be grounded to an appropriate dedicated receptacle that is properly installed and grounded in accordance with all codes and ordinances applicable to the location.

Do not use an extension cord with an on-board charger.

For stationary chargers, the use of an extension cord should be avoided. If an extension cord must be used, use a three conductor No. 12 AWG heavy duty cord with a ground conductor in good electrical condition and keep it as short as possible (no more than twelve feet). Locate all cords so that they will not be stepped on, tripped over, or otherwise subject to damage or stress.

Figure 31 Figure 32

Ventilation fans should be located at the highest point in the room, and must be capable of changing the total volume of air in the room five times per hour. Consult a qualified HVAC engineer.

Provide adequate ventilation for the charger. Keep all charger ventilation openings at least two

WARNING

• ALWAYS WEAR SAFETY GLASSES OR EYE PROTECTION WHEN SERVICING VEHICLE.

• ALWAYS USE INSULATED TOOLS WHEN WORKING AROUND BATTERIES OR ELECTRICAL

CONNECTIONS.

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DANGER

• BATTERY - EXPLOSIVE GASES - DO NOT SMOKE. KEEP SPARKS AND FLAMES AWAY

FROM THE AREA OF THE VEHICLE. TOOLS, WIRES, AND METAL OBJECTS CAN CAUSE

SPARKS WHEN “SHORTED” ACROSS BATTERIES. FOLLOW ALL INSTRUCTIONS CARE-

FULLY WHEN DEALING WITH BATTERIES.

• VENTILATE WHEN CHARGING IN AN ENCLOSED SPACE.

• POISON - CONTAINS ACID - CAUSES SEVERE BURNS - AVOID CONTACT WITH SKIN,

EYES, OR CLOTHING.

ANTIDOTES:

• EXTERNAL - FLUSH WITH WATER FOR 15 MINUTES. CALL PHYSICIAN IMMEDIATELY.

• INTERNAL - DRINK LARGE QUANTITIES OF MILK OR WATER, FOLLOWED WITH MILK OF

MAGNESIA OR VEGETABLE OIL. CALL PHYSICIAN IMMEDIATELY.

• EYES - FLUSH WITH WATER FOR 15 MINUTES. CALL PHYSICIAN IMMEDIATELY.

CAUTION

• TURN OFF ALL ACCESSORIES ON VEHICLE BEFORE CHARGING BATTERIES.

inches away from the walls and others objects.

TO CHARGE BATTERIES

• Stationary Charger: Insert the charger’s DC plug into the vehicle’s receptacle (Figure 33). When inserting the PowerDrive System 48 DC plug, align the raised guide on the plug with the guide slot in the receptacle and push straight in

slowly.

The charger will turn on two to fifteen seconds later.

• On-board Charger (Carryall VI): Connect the charger’s AC power cord to a properly wired 115

Volt, 60 Hertz outlet (See WARNING, Page 44). The charger will turn on two to fifteen seconds later.

• The PowerDrive Charger interacts with an on-board computer on the PowerDrive System 48 vehicle. The computer records the amount of energy consumed during vehicle use and directs the charger to replace exactly the amount of energy needed to replenish the batteries.

While the charger is plugged in, the vehicle’s control circuit is locked out, preventing operation of the vehicle, as well as the possibility of consequent damage to the charger and the vehicle.

Once the lock-out is actuated, the charger turns on. The on-board computer then records the amount of energy being returned to the batteries. When the optimum amount of energy needed to replenish the batteries is returned, the charger will shut off. The control circuit lock-out remains activated until the charger plug is disconnected from the vehicle.

Because of these unique features, only PowerDrive System 48 vehicles are compatible

with the PowerDrive Charger (Neither vehicles made by other manufacturers, nor other Club Car models are compatible).

CAUTION

• IF BATTERY WIRE TERMINALS ARE DAMAGED OR CORRODED, THEY SHOULD BE

REPLACED OR CLEANED AS NECESSARY. FAILURE TO DO SO MAY CAUSE THEM TO

OVERHEAT DURING OPERATION.

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As long as the charger is allowed to shut off by itself, the batteries will be fully charged. Overcharging and undercharging will be prevented.

DANGER

• BATTERIES EMIT HYDROGEN WHILE BEING CHARGED. HYDROGEN IS AN EXPLOSIVE

GAS. IF THE VEHICLE IS EQUIPPED WITH A WEATHERPROOF ENCLOSURE OR CAB, IT

SHOULD BE OPENED TO ALLOW AIR TO CIRCULATE FREELY WHILE THE BATTERIES ARE

BEING CHARGED. THIS IS TO AVOID ACCUMULATION OF HYDROGEN GAS INSIDE

ENCLOSURE.

• CHARGING AREAS MUST BE VENTILATED. THE TOTAL VOLUME OF AIR IN THE BUILDING

MUST BE CHANGED FIVE TIMES PER HOUR. EXHAUST FANS SHOULD BE LOCATED AT

THE HIGHEST POINT OF THE ROOF. CONTACT A QUALIFIED HVAC ENGINEER.

WARNING

• EACH CHARGER SHOULD HAVE ITS OWN DEDICATED 15 OR 20 AMPERE SEPARATELY

PROTECTED (CIRCUIT BREAKER OR FUSE) SINGLE PHASE BRANCH CIRCUIT, IN ACCOR-

DANCE WITH ALL APPLICABLE ELECTRICAL CODES FOR THE LOCATION.

• INSTALL SURGE ARRESTORS ON INCOMING AC POWER LINES. SURGE ARRESTORS

WILL PROTECT ELECTRICAL/ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS IN THE CHARGER AND ON THE

VEHICLE FROM ALL BUT DIRECT OR VERY CLOSE LIGHTNING STRIKES.

• DO NOT USE AN ADAPTOR TO PLUG THE CHARGER WITH A THREE-PRONG PLUG INTO

A TWO-PRONG AC OUTLET. IMPROPER CONNECTION OF THE EQUIPMENT-GROUNDING

CONDUCTOR CAN RESULT IN A FIRE OR AN ELECTRICAL SHOCK.

• AN EXTENSION CORD OR ELECTRICAL OUTLET MUST ACCEPT A THREE-PRONG PLUG.

THE USE OF AN IMPROPER EXTENSION CORD COULD RESULT IN FIRE OR AN ELEC-

TRICAL SHOCK.

• ONLY TRAINED TECHNICIANS SHOULD SERVICE OR REPAIR THE CHARGER. CONTACT

YOUR NEAREST CLUB CAR DISTRIBUTOR/DEALER.

• DO NOT OPERATE THE CHARGER IF IT HAS RECEIVED A SHARP BLOW, WAS DROPPED,

OR OTHERWISE DAMAGED IN ANY WAY.

• HAVE WORN, CUT, OR DAMAGED POWER CORDS OR WIRES REPLACED IMMEDIATELY.

• DO NOT USE NEAR FUELS, GRAIN DUST, SOLVENTS, THINNERS OR OTHER FLAMMA-

BLES. CHARGERS CAN IGNITE FLAMMABLE MATERIALS AND VAPORS.

• DO NOT EXPOSE TO RAIN OR ANY LIQUID. KEEP THE CHARGER DRY.

• NEVER PUSH OBJECTS OF ANY KIND INTO THE CHARGER THROUGH CABINET SLOTS.

THEY MAY TOUCH DANGEROUS VOLTAGE POINTS OR CAUSE AN ELECTRICAL SHORT

THAT COULD RESULT IN A RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRICAL SHOCK.

• WHEN THE CHARGER IS ON, DISCONNECT THE DC OUTPUT PLUG FROM THE BAT-

TERY RECEPTACLE SLOWLY. JERKING OR PULLING THE PLUG OUT QUICKLY COULD

CAUSE ARCING AND BURNING THAT COULD DAMAGE THE PLUG AND RECEPTACLE AND

COULD CAUSE BATTERIES TO EXPLODE.

• DO NOT BY-PASS THE SENSE LEAD FUSE!

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CAUTION

• DO NOT BLOCK OR COVER SLOTS AND OPENINGS IN THE BACK AND BOTTOM OF

CABINET. THEY PROVIDE VENTILATION AND PROTECT THE CHARGER FROM OVER-

HEATING.

• DO NOT ALLOW CLOTHING, BLANKETS, OR OTHER MATERIAL TO COVER CHARGER.

• PROVIDE ADEQUATE VENTILATION FOR THE CHARGER.

NOTE

• BECAUSE THE POWERDRIVE CHARGER HAS A STORAGE CHARGE FEATURE THAT

AUTOMATICALLY CHECKS AND RECHARGES THE BATTERIES AS NECESSARY EVERY 15

DAYS, IT CAN REMAIN PLUGGED TO A POWERDRIVE VEHICLE (INCLUDES ALL 1995 AND

LATER ELECTRIC CARRYALL MODELS) THROUGHOUT THE STORAGE PERIOD.

• SHORTLY AFTER CHARGING HAS BEGUN, THE POWERDRIVE CHARGER WILL SHUT OFF

IN ORDER TO RUN A SELF-DIAGNOSTIC PROGRAM (AMMETER WILL DROP TO 0).

CHARGING WILL RESUME IN A FEW MOMENTS (AMMETER WILL RETURN TO CURRENT

RATE OF CHARGE).

• EXTREME HOT OR COLD TEMPERATURES CAN AFFECT THE LENGTH OF CHARGE.

• CHECK TO BE SURE THAT CHARGER HAS TURNED ON AND IS FUNCTIONING PROPERLY

BEFORE REPLACING BATTERIES THOUGHT TO BE DEAD.

• NEW BATTERIES WILL NOT DELIVER THEIR FULL RANGE UNTIL THE VEHICLE HAS

BEEN RUN AND RECHARGED FROM 20 TO 50 TIMES.

• VEHICLES SHOULD BE RESTRICTED TO BETWEEN 60 AND 70 ENERGY UNITS OF DIS-

CHARGE BETWEEN CHARGES UNTIL THE BATTERIES HAVE BEEN PROPERLY SEA-

SONED (20 TO 50 CHARGE CYCLES). FOR MAXIMUM BATTERY LIFE, CLUB CAR REC-

OMMENDS THAT ELECTRIC VEHICLES ALWAYS BE CHARGED AFTER 60 TO 70 ENERGY

UNITS OF DISCHARGE, OR EACH NIGHT, IN ORDER TO AVOID DEEP CYCLING OF THE

BATTERIES.

Batteries should be put on charge even if they have only been used for a short period (10 minutes).

Charger is automatic, and will turn off when batteries are fully charged. If charger does not seem to be operating properly or the batteries seem weak, contact your nearest CLUB CAR Authorized Representative.

PLUG AND RECEPTACLE

If the charger plug becomes difficult to insert or remove, the receptacle contacts should be lightly sprayed with WD-40® brand spray lubricant. Then the plug should be inserted and removed several times to ensure ease of insertion, ease of removal and a good, firm electrical contact.

RECEPTACLE FUSE LINK

As an additional feature to protect the batteries and charging circuit from an overload when charging with a stationary charger, the electric vehicle is equipped with a receptacle fuse link (See Figure 35).

If a stationary charger does not come on when the vehicle is placed on charge, visually inspect the fuse link.

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CLEANING

The vehicle is equipped with an Armorflex® front body and an all aluminum cargo bed. Use only mild dish-washing liquid soap with a sponge or soft cloth for normal cleaning.

Minor scratches or blemishes in the front body or rear body can be buffed out using most commercially

CAUTION

• DO NOT CONNECT A STATIONARY CHARGER TO RECEPTACLE OF A VEHICLE EQUIPPED

WITH AN ON-BOARD CHARGER WHILE THE ON-BOARD CHARGER IS FUNCTIONING.

CHARGING OVERLOAD WILL DAMAGE THE ON-BOARD COMPUTER AND MAY CAUSE

BATTERY DAMAGE.

available polishing compounds and polishes.

The seats of the vehicle will last longer with proper cleaning. Mild soap or detergent with a sponge or soft cloth for normal cleaning is recommended. For stubborn or imbedded dirt, a soft bristle brush may be used.

Do not use harsh detergents or cleaning solvents on the front body or the seats.

Battery acid, fertilizers, tars, asphalt, creosote, paint, or chewing gum should be removed immediately to prevent possible stains. Use commercial automotive products because the finish on the vehicle is the same as the finish on today’s automobiles.

VEHICLE CONTROLLERS

All Carryall vehicles are equipped with a Solid State Speed Controller. In order to properly service and maintain the Solid State Controller Vehicle, it is necessary to understand the electrical circuitry and the functions of all components in the system. Therefore, if any repairs or service need be performed, we recommend that they be performed by a CLUB CAR distributor/dealer using CLUB CAR OEM parts.

ACCESSORIES AND OPTIONS

The vehicle has a complete line of optional equipment items and accessories available. Contact your distributor/dealer for an Optional Equipment book.

NOTE

• WHEN AIR TEMPERATURES FALL BELOW 18.3°C (65°F), BATTERIES CHARGED IN

UNHEATED AREAS SHOULD BE PLACED ON CHARGE AS SOON AFTER USE AS POSSI-

BLE. BATTERIES ARE WARMEST IMMEDIATELY AFTER USE AND COLD BATTERIES

REQUIRE MORE TIME TO FULLY CHARGE.

Care should be taken that these accessories and options are properly installed by trained technicians and that the accessories are used for the purpose for which they were designed.

SUBSEQUENT OWNER REGISTRATION

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WARNING

• BE SURE ALL WIRE CONNECTIONS AT THE RECEPTACLE AND THE FUSE LINK ARE

CLEAN AND TIGHT.

• DO NOT ROCK OR BEND THE PLUG. TO CONNECT THE CHARGER PLUG TO THE VEHICLE

RECEPTACLE, GRASP THE PLUG HANDLE, ALIGN RAISED PORTION OF PLUG WITH

RECESS IN RECEPTACLE, AND PUSH THE PLUG STRAIGHT INTO THE RECEPTACLE (SEE

FIGURE 33).

• DO NOT CONNECT A STATIONARY CHARGER TO THE RECEPTACLE IF THE CHARGER

CORD, PLUG OR THE VEHICLE RECEPTACLE IS BROKEN, DAMAGED IN ANY MANNER, OR

DOES NOT MAKE A GOOD ELECTRICAL CONNECTION. FIRE OR PERSONAL INJURY

CAN RESULT. HAVE IT REPLACED BY A QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSON IMMEDIATELY.

• FAILURE TO FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS COULD RESULT IN DAMAGE TO THE

CHARGER CORD, THE PLUG, AND (OR) THE VEHICLE’S RECEPTACLE.

• DO NOT PULL ON THE CORD (SEE FIGURE 34). DO NOT TWIST, ROCK OR BEND THE

PLUG. TO DISCONNECT THE CHARGER PLUG FROM THE VEHICLE RECEPTACLE,

GRASP THE PLUG BY THE HANDLE AND PULL THE PLUG STRAIGHT OUT OF THE

RECEPTACLE.

DO NOT USE A CHARGER IF:

• THE PLUG IS TOO LOOSE OR DOES NOT MAKE A GOOD CONNECTION.

• THE PLUG AND RECEPTACLE FEEL HOTTER THAN NORMAL DURING CHARGE.

• THE PLUG PINS OR CONTACTS ARE BENT OR CORRODED.

• THE PLUG, RECEPTACLE OR CORDS ARE CUT, WORN, HAVE ANY EXPOSED WIRES OR

ARE DAMAGED IN ANY WAY.

USING THE CHARGER WITH ANY OF THE ABOVE SYMPTOMS COULD RESULT IN FIRE,

PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY, OR DEATH.

THE DC CHARGER CORD AND PLUG ARE WEAR ITEMS AND MUST BE REPLACED

WHEN WORN OR DAMAGED.

NOTE

• IF WARNING TAG HAS BEEN REMOVED FROM THE DC CORD OR IS DAMAGED, HAVE IT

REPLACED IMMEDIATELY.

Figure 33 Figure 34

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In the event a vehicle is bought from a distributor/dealer, we strongly urge the new owner to re-register the vehicle with Club Car. This will enable us to contact you if the need arises.

Please send your name, address, and serial number(s) of the vehicle(s) to CLUB CAR, INC.,

P.O. Box 204658, Augusta, GA 30917-4658,

ATTN: Vehicle Registration.

Figure 35

WARNING

• DO NOT BY-PASS THE SENSE LEAD FUSE!

• IF THE RECEPTACLE FUSE LINK IS BLOWN, DETERMINE THE SOURCE OF THE ELEC-

TRICAL PROBLEM AND CORRECT IT BEFORE REPLACING THE FUSE. CONTACT YOUR

NEAREST CLUB CAR DISTRIBUTOR/DEALER.

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WARNING

• CUSTOM CAB ASSEMBLIES, ALL-WEATHER ENCLOSURES, DOOR KITS, AND TINTED

WINDSHIELDS WILL NOT PROTECT OCCUPANTS FROM FLYING OBJECTS (GOLF BALLS,

ETC.).

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SPECIFICATIONS

NOTE:

CLUB CAR, INC., RESERVES THE RIGHT TO CHANGE SPECIFICATIONS AND DESIGN OF EITHER GASOLINE OR

ELECTRIC VEHICLES AT ANY TIME WITHOUT NOTICE AND WITHOUT OBLIGATION TO MAKE THESE CHANGES ON

UNITS PREVIOUSLY SOLD.

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SPECIFICATIONS

SPECIFICATIONS

DIMENSIONS

Overall Length...Flatbed

Overall Width

Overall Height at Steering Wheel

Wheelbase

Ground Clearance

Front Wheel Tread

Rear Wheel Tread

Weight...Electric (without batteries)

Carryall-I

Gasoline

254 cm

(100")

125 cm

(49-1/4")

122 cm

(48")

166 cm

(65-1/2")

11 cm

(4-1/2")

88 cm

(34-1/2")

98 cm

(38-1/2")

Electric

254 cm

(100")

125 cm

(49-1/4")

122 cm

(48")

166 cm

(65-1/2")

11 cm

(4-1/2")

88 cm

(34-1/2")

98 cm

(38-1/2")

Carryall-II

Gasoline

282 cm

(111")

127 cm

(50")

122 cm

(48")

197 cm

(77-1/2")

11 cm

(4-1/2")

88 cm

(34-1/2")

98 cm

(38-1/2")

Electric

282 cm

(111")

127 cm

(50")

122 cm

(48")

197 cm

(77-1/2")

11 cm

(4-1/2")

88 cm

(34-1/2")

98 cm

(38-1/2")

Carryall-I

I Plus

Gasoline

282 cm

(111")

127 cm

(50")

122 cm

(48")

197 cm

(77-1/2")

11 cm

(4-1/2")

88 cm

(34-1/2")

98 cm

(38-1/2")

Carryall-VI

Gasoline

340 cm

(134")

125 cm

(49-1/4")

122 cm

(48")

250 cm

(98-1/2")

11 cm

(4-1/2")

88 cm

(34-1/2")

98 cm

(38-1/2")

Electric

340 cm

(134")

125 cm

(49-1/4")

122 cm

(48")

250 cm

(98-1/2")

11 cm

(4-1/2")

88 cm

(34-1/2")

98 cm

(38-1/2")

240 kg

(530 lbs.)

289 kg

(637 lbs.)

348 kg

(768 lbs.)

Weight...Gasoline (dry)

Forward Speed KPH (MPH)

Clearance Circle (diameter)

Braking Distance at 19 KPH (12 MPH)

Braking Distance at 29 KPH (18 MPH)

Turning Radius per SAE J 695

Intersecting Aisle Clearance

Floorboard Height

Load Bed Height

Load Bed Size...(Box Bed I.D. Dimensions)

Load Bed Size...(Flatbed I.D. Dimensions)

Vehicle Rated Capacity (level surface only) in kilograms (pounds)

Seat Height

298 kg

(658 lbs.)

340 kg

(749 lbs.)

350 kg

(772 lbs.)

405 kg

(893 lbs.)

91 cm x

112 cm

(35-3/4" x

44-1/4")

363

(800)

76 cm

(30")

19-23

(12-15)

533 cm

(17' 6")

427 cm

(14')

19-23

(12-15)

533 cm

(17' 6")

427 cm

(14')

19-23

(14-16)

630 cm

(20' 8")

488 cm

(16')

19-23

(14-16)

630 cm

(20' 8")

488 cm

(16')

173 cm

(5' 8")

183cm

(72")

30 cm

(11-3/4")

69 cm

(27")

173 cm

(5' 8")

183cm

(72")

30 cm

(11-3/4")

69 cm

(27")

257 cm

(8' 5")

196 cm

(77")

30 cm

(11-3/4")

70 cm

(27-5/8")

257 cm

(8' 5")

196 cm

(77")

30 cm

(11-3/4")

70 cm

(27-5/8")

96 cm x

115 cm x

23 cm

(37-5/8" x 45-1/8" x 9-1/4")

96 cm x

115 cm x

23 cm

(37-5/8" x 45-1/8" x 9-1/4")

124 cm x

126 cm x

28 cm

(48-3/4" x 49-3/4" x

10-7/8")

124 cm x

126 cm x

28 cm

(48-3/4" x 49-3/4" x

10-7/8")

27-29

(17-18)

630 cm

(20' 8")

23-26

(14-16)

752 cm

(24' 8")

488 cm

(16')

19-23

(12-15)

752 cm

(24' 8")

488 cm

(16')

488 cm

(16')

257 cm

(8' 5")

196 cm

(77")

30 cm

(11-3/4")

70 cm

(27-5/8")

328 cm

(10' 9")

228 cm

(89-3/4")

30 cm

(11-3/4")

69 cm

(27")

328 cm

(10' 9")

228 cm

(89-3/4")

30 cm

(11-3/4")

69 cm

(27")

124 cm x

126 cm x

28 cm

(48-3/4" x 49-3/4" x

10-7/8")

163 cm x

112 cm x

47 cm

(64-3/16" x 44" x

18-1/2")

163 cm x

112 cm x

47 cm

(64-3/16" x 44" x

18-1/2")

91 cm x

112 cm

(35-3/4" x

44-1/4")

363

(800)

76 cm

(30")

119 cm x

126 cm

(46-7/8" x

48-5/16")

544

(1200)

77 cm

(30-1/4")

119 cm x

126 cm

(46-7/8" x

48-5/16")

544

(1200)

77 cm

(30-1/4")

119 cm x

126 cm

(46-7/8" x

48-5/16")

544

(1200)

77 cm

(30-1/4")

172 cm x

112 cm

(67-5/8" x

44-3/16")

172 cm x

112 cm

(67-5/8" x

44-3/16)

680

(1500)

76 cm

(30")

680

(1500)

76 cm

(30")

51

CLUB CAR LIMITED WARRANTY FOR 1996 CARRYALL VEHICLES

IN THE UNITED STATES AND CANADA

1. WARRANTY:

CLUB CAR, INC. (“CLUB CAR”) hereby warrants to the original retail purchaser that its new 1996 Model Carryall vehicle purchased from CLUB CAR or an authorized distributor/dealer for use in the United States or Canada shall be free from defects in materials and workmanship under normal use and service as a utility vehicle for the periods stated below, subject to the provisions, limitations and exclusions contained in this limited warranty.

LIMITED ONE (1) YEAR WARRANTY:

The engine assembly, motor, transmission assembly, drive unit assembly, main frame assembly, hydraulic dump kit, Custom Cab assembly and doors, Driving Range Protective Enclosure and Portable Refreshment Center are warranted with respect to parts and labor against defects in materials and workmanship for a period of one year from the date of purchase.

LIMITED NINETY (90) DAY WARRANTY:

All remaining components of the vehicle not specified otherwise are warranted with respect to parts and labor against defects in materials and workmanship for a period of ninety days from the date of purchase.

This limited warranty covers materials, workmanship and repair labor costs as to those items specifically listed above for the periods specified. Such repair labor shall be performed only by CLUB CAR, its authorized dealers, or a service agency approved by CLUB CAR.

IF THE WARRANTY REGISTRATION FORM IS NOT COMPLETED AND RETURNED TO CLUB CAR AT

THE TIME OF THE ORIGINAL RETAIL SALE, PURCHASER MUST PROVIDE PROOF OF DATE OF PUR-

CHASE WITH ANY WARRANTY CLAIM.

2. EXCLUSIONS:

Excluded from any CLUB CAR warranty are all fuses; filters; decals; spark plugs; lubricants; the front body and trim pieces; seats; routine wear items such as the charger plug and receptacle, brake shoes, belts, brushes, bushings, engine mounts, mats and pads; maintenance adjustments; cosmetic deterioration; items which deteriorate or fail due to exposure or ordinary wear and tear. Batteries, battery charger, on-board computer, and the solidstate speed controller are covered by separate Club Car warranties. Tires are warranted by their manufacturer.

Also excluded from any CLUB CAR warranty is damage to a vehicle or component resulting from a cause other than a defect including unreasonable or unintended strain or use, improper installation of accessories, installation of parts or accessories that are not original equipment, overloading, accident, alteration, abuse or neglect.

Transportation expenses for warranty service are also excluded from this warranty.

3. VOIDING OF WARRANTY:

THIS AND ANY OTHER WARRANTY SHALL BE VOID IF THE VEHICLE IS ABUSED OR USED IN AN UNIN-

TENDED MANNER OR SHOWS INDICATIONS THAT IT HAS BEEN ALTERED IN ANY WAY INCLUDING, BUT

NOT LIMITED TO, MODIFICATION OF THE SPEED GOVERNOR, BRAKING SYSTEM, STEERING, DRIVE UNIT

OR OTHER OPERATING SYSTEMS OF THE VEHICLE TO CAUSE IT TO PERFORM OUTSIDE CLUB CAR

SPECIFICATIONS. THE WARRANTY IS LIKEWISE VOID IF THE VEHICLE SHOWS INDICATIONS THAT REA-

SONABLE OR NECESSARY MAINTENANCE AS OUTLINED IN THE OWNER’S MANUAL AND MAINTE-

NANCE AND SERVICE MANUAL WAS NOT PERFORMED AT THE TIME AND IN THE MANNER SPECIFIED

IN SUCH MANUALS.

4. SOLE REMEDY:

CLUB CAR’S ONLY LIABILITY UNDER THIS LIMITED WARRANTY, OR IN ANY ACTION WHETHER BASED

UPON WARRANTY, CONTRACT, NEGLIGENCE, STRICT PRODUCT LIABILITY OR OTHERWISE, IS LIMITED

TO THE REPLACEMENT OR REPAIR, AT CLUB CAR’S OPTION, OF A VEHICLE OR COMPONENT THERE-

OF THAT CLUB CAR DEEMS TO BE DEFECTIVE. REPLACEMENT SHALL MEAN FURNISHING, DURING THE

APPLICABLE LIMITED WARRANTY PERIOD, A NEW OR FACTORY RECONDITIONED VEHICLE OR COM-

PONENT THEREOF WHICH IS IDENTICAL OR REASONABLY EQUIVALENT TO THE WARRANTED PROD-

UCT OR COMPONENT AT NO COST TO THE PURCHASER. REPAIR SHALL MEAN REMEDYING A DEFECT

IN THE VEHICLE OR COMPONENT THEREOF AT NO COST TO THE PURCHASER DURING THE APPLIC-

ABLE LIMITED WARRANTY PERIOD. IF CLUB CAR ELECTS TO REPAIR THE VEHICLE, IT MAY PROVIDE

FACTORY RECONDITIONED PARTS OR COMPONENTS. ALL PARTS AND COMPONENTS REPLACED

UNDER WARRANTY SHALL BECOME THE PROPERTY OF CLUB CAR.

5. HOW TO MAKE A WARRANTY CLAIM:

To make a warranty claim under this limited warranty, you must present the vehicle or defective component to an authorized CLUB CAR distributor/dealer or send the defective component, freight prepaid, to WARRANTY

ADMlNlSTRATION, CLUB CAR, INC., 4152 Washington Road, P.O. Box 204658, Augusta, Georgia 30917-4658.

6. DISCLAIMER:

THIS LIMITED WARRANTY IS EXCLUSIVE. CLUB CAR MAKES NO OTHER WARRANTY OF ANY KIND,

EXPRESS OR IMPLIED. ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PAR-

TICULAR PURPOSE WHICH EXCEED THE OBLIGATIONS OR TIME LIMITS STATED IN THIS WARRANTY

ARE HEREBY DISCLAIMED BY CLUB CAR AND EXCLUDED FROM THIS WARRANTY. THE PURCHASER

AND CLUB CAR EXPRESSLY AGREE THAT THE REMEDY OF REPLACEMENT OR REPAIR OF THE

DEFECTIVE VEHICLE OR COMPONENT THEREOF IS THE EXCLUSIVE AND SOLE REMEDY OF THE

PURCHASER. CLUB CAR MAKES NO OTHER REPRESENTATION OR WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, AND NO

REPRESENTATIVE, EMPLOYEE, DISTRIBUTOR OR DEALER OF CLUB CAR HAS THE AUTHORITY TO

MAKE OR IMPLY ANY REPRESENTATION, PROMISE, OR AGREEMENT WHICH IN ANY WAY VARIES THE

TERMS OF THIS WARRANTY.

7. NO CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES:

IN NO EVENT SHALL CLUB CAR BE LIABLE FOR ANY INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES

INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, LOSS RELATED TO PROPERTY OTHER THAN THE VEHICLE, LOSS OF

USE, LOSS OF TIME, INCONVENIENCE, OR ANY OTHER ECONOMIC LOSS.

Some states allow neither limitations on the duration of an implied warranty nor exclusions or limitations of incidental or consequential damages. Therefore, the above limitations or exclusions may not apply to you.

This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state.

8. INFORMATION:

For further information contact WARRANTY ADMINISTRATION, CLUB CAR, INC., P.O. Box 204658, Augusta,

Georgia 30917-4658, U.S.A., 706-863-3000.

9. WARNING:

ANY MODIFICATION OR ALTERATION OF ANY VEHICLE BEYOND FACTORY SPECIFICATIONS, INCLUD-

ING THOSE THAT AFFECT THE WEIGHT, WEIGHT DISTRIBUTION, STABILITY, OR SPEED OF THE VEHI-

CLE, CAN CAUSE SERIOUS PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.

Club Car, Inc.

P.O. Box 204658

Augusta, GA 30917-4658

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