How To Tell What Model Club Car You Have

How To Tell What Model Club Car You Have

January 6th 2021

When replacing parts or buying new accessories for your club car, it’s important to know your car’s model. However, if you purchased a club car a while ago, you may have forgotten the exact model of your car. To help you figure out this information, read our helpful guide on how to tell what model club car you have.

Find Your Club Car’s Serial Number

Every club car has a serial number that will tell you the make and model of the car. This serial number will be located somewhere on the car itself, but the exact location of the number can vary. Your car’s serial number could be located:

  • Beneath the driver’s seat, on the car’s frame
  • On the passenger side glove box
  • Inside the passenger side glove box

Compare the Serial Number To an Identification Guide

Once you’ve located your car’s serial number, compare it to an identification guide. The number should start with one or two letters, which will tell you the model of your car. The two numbers following the letters indicate the year the club car was made, while all the following numbers tell you the more specific date that the vehicle was manufactured within that year. Below are some common letters seen in club car serial numbers and their corresponding models.

  • A - DS Electric
  • AA - DS Electric (48-volt)
  • AB - DS Electric (36-volt)
  • AC - DS Electric (48-volt)
  • AQ - DS Electric IQ (48-volt)
  • AG - DS Gas
  • DS - DS Power Drive (48-volt)
  • HA - DS Electric (36-volt)
  • PD - Precedent I2L Excel
  • PE - Precedent Electric 4 Passenger
  • PF - Precedent Gas
  • PG - Precedent Gas
  • PH - Precedent I2 Excel
  • PJ - Precedent I2 4 Passenger Excel
  • PR - Precedent Professional Gas
  • PQ - Precedent Electric IQ (48-volt)
  • PS - Precedent L2 Electric
  • PT - Precedent L2 Gas
  • PU - Precedent I2 Signature Excel
  • PY - Precedent Signature Gas
  • PZ - Precedent Signature Electric

Note the Physical Differences in Car Models

Sometimes, models made in different years can be identified based on physical traits. Some common differences across models include the shape of your vehicle’s nose and front bumper, whether there is a split in the middle of the back seat, and the shape of your club car’s roof.

Once you’ve learned how to tell what model club car you have, you’ll be able to properly accessorize your vehicle. If you’re looking for club car accessories or replacement parts, check out TNT Cart Parts. We carry a variety of club car accessories, including club car body kits, to help you personalize your club car exactly to your liking.