Trojan Golf cart battery maintenance video explaining how to properly take care of flooded/vented lead-acid batteries. Learn all the steps to get the best life out of your golf cart batteries.
How to Test Golf Cart Batteries with a Multimeter: A Comprehensive Guide. Golf cart batteries are essential for the efficient functioning of your golf cart. Over time, these batteries can lose their capacity or encounter other issues that might affect the performance of the cart. To ensure that your golf cart battery is in good…
Tesla Lithium Battery Conversion For Golf Cart Video – Tesla Lithium batteries for golf carts are becoming more popular every day. Better technology for lithium batteries, like in Tesla cars, have created long range capability in a compact, and light battery pack. The benefits of moving to lithium ion golf cart batteries are great. On…
How to charge Golf Cart batteries manually if cart charger won’t come on. This will work with 48 volt or 36 volt golf carts by E-Z-Go, Club Car, Yamaha or many other brands.
How To Test Golf Cart Batteries For Load With Troubleshooting For Problems. Wonder how to know if your deep cycle batteries are good before you replace them?
1988 Western Golf Cart 36 volt that has been upgraded to run on Nissan Leaf Batteries. These Lithium Ion cells pack a lot of power for their weight and size.
What should the total voltage be on a fully charged EZ-Go golf cart battery pack? Well, a 36 volt battery bank is measured two ways to get the full charge reading for your EZGO golf cart.
Taking care of your Yamaha Golf Cart’s batteries will make them last years longer. You can run into problems quickly without proper maintenance to the battery set in your Yamaha cart. Please follow these tips in the video for the best care.
When you check the voltage of a 12 Volt golf cart battery a 12 volt reading does not mean it has a full charge. That shows the battery is very low and should be charged as soon as possible.
The video will show you how to replace the battery terminals on your EZGO TXT. This also will work on other gas powered carts. Golf cart battery terminals go bad with time and can cause starting problems and make your E-Z-Go run bad.