Club Car DS / Precedent 12-Volt Solenoid (Fits 1984-Up)

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This Buggies Unlimited OEM replacement part has been developed to meet or even exceed the manufacturer's original equipment specifications.


  • 12v Prestolite Solenoid
  • Fits 1984-UP DS and Precedent gas models
  • Replaces OEM Number(s): 1013609
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how do you check to see if your solenoid is bad ?
gerald m on Jul 2, 2018
BEST ANSWER: First, jack up the rear end of the golf cart and put it on jack stands just in case one of these tests causes the car to run. Have a volt meter ready, set to DC voltage. Place the test leads of the volt meter on the two small terminals of the solenoid. With the key switch on, the car in gear (leave the cart this way for the rest of the testing) and the accelerator depressed you should read 12-13 volts. If you don't, the problem lies before the solenoid, like a micro switch or something along those lines. If you do get voltage there, place the negative probe of the voltmeter on the battery negative and place the positive probe from the volt meter on the large terminal of the solenoid that has the cable connecting to the battery. This should read 12-13 volts. Hit the pedal and make sure it does not drop, just to verify that the battery and the cable to the battery is good. Assuming that voltage does not drop, move the positive probe of the voltmeter over to the other large terminal of the solenoid, leave the negative probe from the volt meter on the battery negative. When you hit the pedal, it should read 12-13 volts. If it doesn't and all the other tests were good, bad solenoid.
does the gas cart have an alternator ?
yvan s on Jun 25, 2018
BEST ANSWER: It has a starter /generator. It serves the same purpose as an alternator and a starter.
Why does Club car Precedent suddenly slow down while driving at normal high speed? Batteries and connections appear to be in good condition.
Ted B on Dec 28, 2018
BEST ANSWER: You said batteries so I am going to assume you have a 48v system. If the car slows to a crawl and wont go more than 3-5 mph, that is caused by a speed sensor fault. Part # 8415. Its installed on the end cap of the motor and is very easy to change.
some times have to pump peddle on 2003 gas club car to get to turn over ?
Doreen G on Mar 30, 2019
BEST ANSWER: 1st thing I would check is that the battery is good, next I would check to hear the click that the Solenoid is working. After that I would check the brushes in the starter generator. Chances are they are shot and need to be replaced. Good luck
motor on gas powered car starts when you turn key onwithout pushing pedal?
Leslie S on Jun 1, 2019
BEST ANSWER: my guess is there is a short somewhere ..switch on the pedal? key alone would not throw the solenoid
I have a gas club car when you press the petal it clicks but will not turn over. what could be the problem?
Roger D on Sep 11, 2019
BEST ANSWER: I had the same problem and thought it was the solenoid. I replaced the solenoid only to find that I still had the problem. When I checked the battery the fluid level was way down. Filled the battery and discovered it was leaking. Bought a new battery and everything was fine. Kept the old solenoid just in case it will be needed in the future because there was nothing wrong with it. Dumb me. I should have checked the battery first. Hope this helps. John
Is this Solenoid Continuous Duty ?
Dallas L on Jun 27, 2019
My club car is a 1985 DS and only has 3 posts on the solenoid,all the replacements have 4. What do I do ?
Dave S on Apr 28, 2019
BEST ANSWER: That is the solenoid I have used on the Club Cars I have used. You have to make sure you are using the correct Micro Switches. Some of them use a closed circuit and some use open circuits for them to run. Plus make sure all your grounds are making good contacts
When you push the gas cart does nothing it was just fine till we got to the end of the 9 th hole what could it be?
Pst H on Apr 22, 2019
BEST ANSWER: I have an 88 Club Car. to check the solenoid follow 2 steps
1 With a DC meter, or 12v test light read across the 2 small terminals with the peddle pressed, you should get 12v, or light on, if not the problem is in the limit switches, or ignition switch.

2. using volt meter, or test light read across the 2 large terminals. you should read 12v, or light on, then press the peddle. The volt reading or light will be 0v ,or off. If this checks out OK, then problem is in the motor, or the wiring going to it
I have a 2007 gas club car.starter solenoid contacts are obviously getting hot and opening. They cool off and the cart will eventually start. Starter has already been replaced. Is their an amperage rating on these starter solenoids?
Paul P on May 5, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Usually if a cart starter turns the engine over cold, but will not after the engine has been run for a while, I have found the brushes in the starter worn down to where the copper wiring of the brushes is showing. The brushes also need to have a certain amount of spring pressure to have proper contact with the armature. I replace the brushes with new. A solenoid will usually quit working, not work when hot. You can check the solenoid with a volt meter connected to the white wire tat goes to the starter/alternator. it should have almost the same volts as the red battery wire. if it does not, the solenoid is bad.
Why does my 2006 keep needing a solenoid at least twice a year?
Curtis S on Aug 14, 2018
BEST ANSWER: I’m thinking you may have a high voltage. Check your volts when running. If it’s higher than 15 volts , you may need a voltage regulator..
will this fit a ag98, gas engine ?
Ken P on Jul 13, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Yes it will!
Will this fit Columbia par car corp 300083 69C 12V gas golf cart? model number 5K21635C8
Lisa B on Jul 1, 2018
BEST ANSWER: This will work great for any gas golf cart that utilizes a 4 post solenoid. (2 big posts, two little posts)
I have a 1990 Club Car golf cart DS 36 volt electric I replaced the solenoid but a white wire coming off of the solenoid broke and now I don't know what it connected to does anyone know where it might go? I thought it was to the number 4 battery positive post but that sparked badly so I assume that is not where it goes
JUDY S on Aug 20, 2019

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Fixed my starting problems
November 11, 2019
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Made the mistake of buying one at the auto parts store did not work. As soon as I dropped this one in it started right up.
October 9, 2019
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Exactly what I ordered. Prompt service.
August 23, 2019
4 months ago
Easy fix
4 nuts 4 washers two screws, small wire brush, old one out, new one in, 15 minutes. Push on the go petal and go.
Don’t forget to unhook battery positive cable, sparks could fly!
August 19, 2019
4 months ago
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Great little solenoids!
I have order a few of these from time to time. They always do great. Perfect fit, stronger contractor and I have yet to have some back with a problem.
August 15, 2019
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Awesome part
This part work's as it should fit right in no problem
July 11, 2019
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good product
fast shipping works great
June 16, 2019
6 months ago
It is a good product!
I ordered this solenoid as I thought that was the problem but it was not but a good product.
June 11, 2019
6 months ago
Very good product, and arrived quickly.
May 1, 2019
7 months ago
Part arrived quickly, fit right up. Great service!
April 10, 2019
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