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48v club car wiring diagram

Charger is ok-- wont charge batteries

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If you have a smart charger, it needs to sense enough voltage to begin the charge cycle. You didn't say what the battery voltage is measured at. Get a voltage meter (available at Lowes or similar) for under $10). Put the meter voltage on a setting over the battery size you are measuring and measure across each battery. These should be very close to the same. Water should be over the plates, but not full until after a full charge.

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Make sure all wires have continuity from one end to another.

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