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Have you checked to see if the flywheel keyway is broken off or shifted? Have you set the magneto correctly, also does your engine use points. If not you should change it out to a newer electronic one, not expensive at all.
Posted on Jul 24, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Our EZ GO golf cart will start and run except you have to hold the choke about half way out for
it to continue to run. What is wrong?
Posted on Apr 20, 2009
Tell me what cart you have and i can help. Not all carts get wired up the same way as this link demonstrates. In the pix pay close attention to how battery one gets hooked up as this sets the pattern
Posted on Aug 19, 2009
use this link http://www.vintagegolfcartparts.com/cgi-bin/gallery/gallery.cgi?func=show&file=200332&Category=100013&Page=1
Posted on Apr 21, 2010
What you have is a bad ignitor. It is a small part located behind the RPM limiter. Getting to it is a little tricky but I will try to explain. On the front of the motor, you will find 2 10mm bolts holding a black object that is the RPM limiter. Take these two bolts out and you will find the silver part behind the black box. It will have one wire running to it. The reason it is intermittent, is that heat from the engine builds up and the heat causes it to be bad. When it cools down, it will go to running again. The part runs about $50-$70 . Replace and make sure the connection fits snugly and that the wire that was under one of the bolts goes back on.
Posted on Apr 22, 2010
SOURCE: EZGO golf cart won't go forward
Your batteries have died. The reason it will barely move in reverse is that current is being supplied to the motor is a direction that it spends very little time using. There is a slight change in the armature over time, and reverse tends to work better over time. Check the voltage when under load. (run jumper wires from the + and - of the battery bank. If it is a 36 volt cart and the voltage drops to below 36 volts, you do not have enoug current to run the cart. Plug in the charger and watch the ampmeter. If it goes up to about 20 amps, then it is charging. It should take a good charge after 10 hours. If the cart charges and only runs a short distance, the batteries need replacing.
Posted on Apr 24, 2010
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