In order to troubleshoot an electric golf cart, a repairer should first check its batteries, listen to the solenoid and inspect the charger. The last option for fixing an electric golf cart is to replace the motor. More »

Some tips for troubleshooting electric motor problems include using a digital multimeter, checking the compressor first, and then checking the refrigeration system. The best multimeters measure both AC voltage and curren... More »

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Electric golf carts use rechargeable batteries that power electric motors to move them. Typically, the owner plugs a charger into a wall outlet at home. However, HowStuffWorks.com reports electric golf carts fitted with ... More »

In order to recondition golf batteries, a mixture of distilled water and Epsom salts will need to be pour into each of it cells, at which point the battery will need to be recharged. Golf batteries, unlike automotive, ba... More »

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Chargers for Club Car golf cart batteries are available for purchase at Amazon.com, BatteryStuff.com and eBay. The chargers sold can operate on either standard household 120-volt power or on 240-volt power. More »

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Good brands of golf cart batteries include Trojan, US Battery Manufacturing Company and Exide, according to GolfLink.com. When buying these batteries, some suppliers offer customers a credit when turning in an old batter... More »

Most golf carts have a set of batteries, and the wiring that connects them to each other, under the seat. To access them, the seat cushion must first be removed. More »

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