Installing a 36 or 48 Volt to 12 volt Voltage Reducer is the best way to get power for adding lights or a radio to your Golf Cart.
Do you smell rotten eggs coming from your golf cart during charging? The bad odor you smell is coming from the gas put off when the batteries are being charged. It is most noticeable the first few times you charge new golf cart batteries.
Having troubles with your golf cart that uses a D&D Alltrax Motor Controller. Check out this LED flash code chart to help you solve your issues.
These guys replaced their blown golf cart motor with a cheap Harbor Freight 6.5hp and it works great. He took his Yamaha G1 that had a blown engine on it and replaced it with a Harbor Freight 6.5hp 212cc Predator motor. He also had to use a 3/4″ clutch adapter to up size the shaft…
Has your golf cart lost torque and top speed even though you have new or at least well maintained batteries? Well the problem may be your aging speed controller whether it be made by EZGO, Club Car or Yamaha.
Does your Golf Cart Surge, Bucks or Jump after driving a short amount of time? This is a common problem found with EZGo, Club Car and Yamaha golf carts.
Keeping your golf cart charged correctly makes a big difference in how long your batteries will last whether you own a E-Z-Go, Club Car or Yamaha cart.
If a golf cart has been stored inside or covered when not in use it is more likely to be in better shape. If you are looking to buy a golf cart here are some things to look for to see if it has been kept outside most of its life.
The thought of cleaning the batteries on your EZGO, Club Car, Yamaha or any other golf cart can frighten some people. With a little care there is nothing to worry about when doing maintenance on your cart batteries. Follow these steps with care and there should be no problems.
With a gas golf cart that won’t start you should first make sure to use the choke button to ensure that there is gas going to the system. Almost always use the choke if the cart has been sitting for a while.