Electric Golf Cart Troubleshooting?

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First check your wall socket that you use to charge your electric golf cart before troubleshooting. If the socket has no voltage reading, you need to replace the socket. If the socket is okay, expose you golf cart batteries. Hold the back of the cart and flip it up to expose the batteries and test the batteries. If they are dead, replace the batteries. The next step is to expose the motor for inspection and reset it. Once you are done, test the cat by pushing the reset button.
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1. Test the wall socket where you charge your cart. Every golf cart has a built-in charger that connects to a wall socket. Take your wall socket 120-volt tester and check the actual
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The new Powakaddy Freeway 2 weighs 9kg without battery, 11.5kg with the lithium battery and 19kg with the lead acid battery. Most electric golf cars will weigh between 850 to 950
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The fastest electric golf cart is the 1998 yamaha G19 electric golf cart. !
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You are going to have to dive right into this if you want to fix it. It really sounds like you have a short in your system and it is somewhere by your pedal and all that good stuff
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