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Old 11-28-2022, 06:15 PM   #11
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I believe it is a standard driving light. Take the 2 screws out and the light housing should come out put the screws in to hold the lense in. Then take the light to Walmart or autozone or online and compare the ones they have. If you canít find matching size lights get a piece of aluminum or hard plastic and screw it into the housing to fill the hole then add lights like these.
Thank you for that info. I will see if I can make something work.
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Old 11-28-2022, 06:16 PM   #12
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I have a 2003 also and had the halogen light kit that looks like what you have. I bought a Rhox LED kit that looked like it would fit the cut-outs. They were close but did not fit exactly. The screw holes on the new one actually were in the cut-out and some of the cut was outside the new light. I went to Harbor Freight and bought a plastic welding kit. It took a while and some work but ended up where you cannot tell.
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Yours looks great. Not sure which route I will take but I do appreciate your help.
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Old 12-03-2022, 09:56 PM   #13
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I ended up just leaving the halogen lights on this cart. I painted two bodies super white just like my 2019 Toyota TRD Sport. Quickest paint code I could find plus I like my truck color. Easy to make one look good using base coat and clear coat. Did it the old fashion way , outside where I wouldn't get over spray on my clean shop. a few bugs don't hurt nothing lol

My original plan was paint this 2007 body I had with headlights and taillights and put it on my 1995 beat up Medalist but like always I changed my mind.

I removed the body off my 2003 gas txt and put this one on it.
I painted the 2003 body same color and will put it on the Medalist , unless I change my mind again. I do have another 2003 gas cart sitting in the corner I bought this summer without engine and many other parts. I do prefer gas over sparky carts.

I just didn't want to fool with lights on an electric cart , buying and wiring a voltage reducer so I put it on my gas cart that already had the engine rebuilt.

I don't see where the headlight switch was mounted on this body but I know it was there somewhere because its still wired into the harness.
Last picture is what it looked like the day I bought it. Slow progress but I am getting there
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Old 12-04-2022, 11:12 AM   #14
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Part of the key switch?
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Old 12-04-2022, 07:59 PM   #15
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Part of the key switch?
It wasn't connected to the key switch on the 2007 PDS cart. The key switch is still in place on it with only two terminals. It was wired with a push pull switch and relay and all this came off when I removed the headlight wiring harness.
I just can't remember back when I removed this harness where the push-pull switch was mounted . Here is a picture of it installed on my gas cart. It works fine. I have the body on my gas cart now but the mystery is where did they mount the push-pull light switch ?
A little mystery for sure.
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Old 12-04-2022, 08:14 PM   #16
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If you want to keep it clean just get an Ezgo factory key switch for lights. Easy peasy.
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Old 12-04-2022, 08:18 PM   #17
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If you want to keep it clean just get an Ezgo factory key switch for lights. Easy peasy.
Yes, I would like for it to look factory. Thanks
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Old 12-08-2022, 12:31 AM   #18
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For now I used this one switch. Its a heavy duty push pull I found in my shop and I used the knob I had also found. Drilled 3/8th hole in key switch plate and put it there. It works.

I wired it straight to my battery and used a 15amp fuse. Still want the LED for at least the headlights.

Found this one which looks just like the Halogen
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May have to buy the entire assembly to get just the front.

Here is my switch now.

Also looking at getting a 4 inch lift next and then tires and wheels later.

I already have the 28 degree clutch installed and this cart will pull a mountain. I also installed four leaf springs last year. I rebuilt the engine last year and it runs great.
I will get a picture uploaded here soon of what it looks like now .
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Old 12-10-2022, 11:50 PM   #19
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Job is 99.9 % completed. Decided to not get a lift and larger tires.

Lots of work doing this but it was a fun project to do.

I sort of hate it has come to an end.

First picture I made the day I bought it 20 months ago.

Second picture is when I just thought I was finished with it about 3 months ago but I changed my mind and done a do over Paint just didn't suit me plus I had this 2007 body with headlights and taillights already installed so the 2007 PDS body is now installed on the 2003 gas cart.

Last pictures is finished product except for the mirror and windshield I will add tomorrow. I have rebuilt everything from engine to front end and even swapped front cowl and body. New paint which is super white like my Toyota truck.
Not sure yet what I will do with it.
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Old 12-12-2022, 12:38 PM   #20
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Looks great. Rare to see a white cart thatís actually white. Nice job!
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