Kjames, the one I have is basically a club car F/R that has four color coded cables to the motor. The EMP has two extra studs (LR1 and LR2). My blue cable goes to LR2, yellow to LR1, green to S2, and red to S1 (you will have two leads on S1,S2 studs) Don't know if yours is colored coded like this, if not I still have instructions and can scan it in. The Torque/Speed switch, will tie LR1 and LR2 together in torque mode or more or less shunt the motor for speed mode when switched to it. You can also hard wire it for torque mode without the switch by just putting a jumper between LR1 and LR2, or for speed mode have a jumper from S1 to LR2 and also from S2 to LR1. Pretty cool little motor. They say not to add voltage without up grade, but I've run mine on 48v and 72v not problem, torque mode is much easier on the motor and batteries last longer. Hope this helps, some.