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When I have this sort of problem, I always double check battery connections, all should be clean and tight and the cables should be in good condition. Then I check each battery under load and see if any voltage drops too much. If that doesn't show any problems then I think a dealer might be your answer. A dealer would have a battery discharge machine that would how good your batteries are.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: golf cart smoking
It is most likely related to the rings, but running it would unstick them very fast if they were stuck. It's possible that sitting let rust develop in the cylinder walls and there may be some grooves in them now. They could also just be really worn cylinders. They make some oil conditioners which I wouldn't recommend on a car, but might work fine on a golf cart. I can't recall the name, but it was in a silver can, maybe called engine restore... You could always try that before resorting to a rebuild.
Posted on Nov 12, 2009
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