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    I have a 2012 club car president that I am adding a light kit too. The head light has a 48 to 12 volt converter. The bucket harness has a 12 pin connector . This does not match the harness from the headlight. Light has a 6 pin connector with a adapter to connect to the converter. Headlight does work but im unable to connect the tail lights.

  • #2
    Hey here’s the pin layout for the 12 pin connector if this helps

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    • #3
      Posted earlier by cybercart View Post
      Hey here’s the pin layout for the 12 pin connector if this helps
      Thanks. I was hoping there was a adapter cable I could use.

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      • #4
        Posted earlier by Dlperezjr58 View Post

        Thanks. I was hoping there was an adapter cable I could use.
        So in 2008.5 cc stopped including the bucket harness on their precedents, and the tail lights need a timer relay wired n so you can continue to use the parking brake without the lights being on all the time. Do you have any specifics on the light kit brand / links / pics you can provide?

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        • #5
          Posted earlier by cybercart View Post

          So in 2008.5 cc stopped including the bucket harness on their precedents, and the tail lights need a timer relay wired n so you can continue to use the parking brake without the lights being on all the time. Do you have any specifics on the light kit brand / links / pics you can provide?
          10LoL tail lights and bucket harness. Gaoerfu-cp 12 volt club car headlight. Drive up 48volt to 12 volt step-down voltage converter. Sry no pictures right now.

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          • #6
            Unless you buy a complete kit you may be forced to perform some splicing, I am attaching a guide with all the basic installation info, if you are wiring in a 48 to 12 reducer, that would need to be wired directly to the batteries
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              Posted earlier by cybercart View Post
              Unless you buy a complete kit you may be forced to perform some splicing, I am attaching a guide with all the basic installation info, if you are wiring in a 48 to 12 reducer, that would need to be wired directly to the batteries
              It looks like I need a gtw front harness . That would allow me to make my connection.

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              • #8
                Posted earlier by Dlperezjr58 View Post

                It looks like I need a gtw front harness . That would allow me to make my connection.
                Thank you for the help. I will let you know if it works when I can find a harness.

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