Hold on. You need to settle down here. First off, I don't know how it is supposed to be on newer carts but on my 99 club car and all that I have worked on up to 2002, the oil light has NEVER came on when you turn the key on. And just so you know, the oil light does NOT work off oil pressure. It senses oil level ONLY! If it runs low on oil, it comes on. PERIOD. That is all it does. And, to check the light, you change the oil. When you drain the oil, turn the key on. It should light up. That is directly from the maintenance manual. You are jumping to all the wrong conclusions. All it does is when the oil is low, grounds out and lights up. Just like you grounded it to light up. Who ever is giving you the info, is NOT right. And, if you were to call Buggies unlimited, you would find out that they do sell them. They don't keep it in stock due to it hardly EVER failing. You would have to order one. Which, you don't need to cause yours is fine. I think you owe Buggies Unlimited an apoligy. Just because it is not in their on line catalog, doesn't mean they don't sell it. They would have to carry way to many parts to cover every cart ever built.
And, for your information, the engine does not need pulled to change it. It can be done in the cart. It is just much easier & cleaner to pull the engine to get to it.
Drain oil. Remove starter and drive belt. Remove clutch. Unplug oil sensor unit. Un plug black/white wire from RPM limiter. Remove throttle cable from governor arm and thread through 2 eyelets on the side cover bolts. Remove side cover bolts. Remove side cover.
1995 CUSTOM CLUB CAR / SUPER BEE THEME
MODIFIED FE350, HIGH SPEED GEARS
Top speed achieved w/O2 Boost 46 MPH