• Expert Guide to Troubleshooting Club Car Golf Cart Wiring Issues

    Expert Guide to Troubleshooting Club Car Golf Cart Wiring Issues

    Club Car golf cart wiring issues have often proven to be a source of frustration for me. The complex maze of wires, switches, and components can initially seem intimidating. However, I’ve learned that with a basic understanding of the system, these issues can be tackled effectively. In this discussion, I’ll share a step-by-step guide on…

  • Golf Cart Won’t Charge: Battery Charger Troubleshooting

    Golf Cart Won’t Charge: Battery Charger Troubleshooting

    As a golf cart owner, there’s nothing more frustrating than when a golf cart won’t charge. Not only does this limit your ability to enjoy the game, but it can also cause significant damage to your cart’s battery and charger over time. I remember the first time my golf cart refused to charge; it was…

  • How to Reset A Golf Cart Electric Motor: 4 Easy Steps

    How to Reset A Golf Cart Electric Motor: 4 Easy Steps

    Welcome to our comprehensive guide on how to reset your electric golf cart motor. If you are facing issues with your electric golf cart and need to know how to reset a golf cart electric motor, you’ve come to the right place. In this article, we will walk you through the step-by-step process of resetting…

  • Club Car Wiring Diagrams 1981 To 2002 Golf Carts 

    Club Car Wiring Diagrams 1981 To 2002 Golf Carts 

    Club Car wiring diagrams standards have been redrawn to be easily read so you can trace out any faulty wiring on your cart with minimum effort. Enjoy! Remember, always refer to the specific wiring diagram for your model and year of Club Car. If you’re unsure about anything, it’s always best to consult with a…

  • Removing The Front Wheel – Harley Davidson 3 Wheel Golf Cart

    Removing The Front Wheel – Harley Davidson 3 Wheel Golf Cart

    In 1963, Harley Davidson golf carts were only available with 3 wheels and the steering was controlled by a tiller turning the front wheel. Later versions of the cart offered a steering wheel instead of a tiller. Removing The Front Wheel – Harley Davidson 1963-69 Removal of the front wheel for the first decade models…

  • Golf Cart Repair Shops Near Me – Find a Local Golf Cart Dealer

    Golf Cart Repair Shops Near Me – Find a Local Golf Cart Dealer

    Do you know where to look to find golf cart repair near you? We can help with an Interactive Map to find all listed golf cart repair shops and cart customizations in your vicinity. We can also offer a step-by-step guide on what to look for in a golf cart repair shop. Turn your location…

  • How To Test A Golf Cart Battery Charger

    How To Test A Golf Cart Battery Charger

    For those golf cart owners that own an electric cart, it’s important that the batteries be kept charged and ready to go. sometimes however the car doesn’t charge or doesn’t last very long. is it the batteries or could it be the charger? How to test a golf cart battery charger? Assure that the golf…

  • Testing Golf Cart Motors: A Guide on Methods and Steps

    Testing Golf Cart Motors: A Guide on Methods and Steps

    Electric golf carts are usually trouble-free and do their job efficiently and with no fuss, but sometimes you suspect your golf cart is experiencing a problem. If the speed seems to be off, or your cart gives off a burning wire smell, your golf cart motor might have a problem. Using a multimeter, a jumper…

  • Harley Davidson Golf Cart 1963-82 Model D, DC And DF Wiring

    Harley Davidson Golf Cart 1963-82 Model D, DC And DF Wiring

    Wiring for 1963-66 Model D and 1963-68 Model DC The Harley Davidson gasoline cart has a 12-volt electrical system utilizing a combination starter motor/generator unit built into the engine crankcase, in conjunction with a control switch-box-regulator unit and a storage bat­tery using a negative grounded system. Ignition spark is produced by a 12-volt coil through…

  • EZGO Model 400 Wiring And Troubleshooting

    EZGO Model 400 Wiring And Troubleshooting

    The E-Z-GO model 400 appeared with several different configurations:  a 5-speed with 7 solenoids and a two-speed motor, a 3-speed with 6 solenoids, and a 4-speed with one solenoid. Model 400B The 400b came with a 2-speed reversible series motor with an integral speed sensing device. The use of the two-speed motor allowed less strain…

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