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Need the wiring diagram for an EZ go electric golf cart

Sometimes loses power and starts beeping. has 6 batteries and is around 10 yrs old.

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SOURCE: ezgo electric golf cart wiring diagram

Here is a picture of ezgo wiring


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SOURCE: 1982 e-z go electric golf cart needteck sheet.

I have a 96 EZ GO gas golf cart with loose steering. What parts are normally needed to correct this problem and are special tools required for me to replace the parts.

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If your batteries aren't holding a charge then they might need to be replaced. When batteries are used seasonally their life span is generally shorter. You can check them using a voltmeter. If you need a replacement you can check out or call 1-877-28-BATTERY if you are having difficulty finding the battery you need.

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SOURCE: I need a wiring diagram for a 1986 ezgo golf cart,

use this link

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SOURCE: Rear axle fluid for 1983 ez go electric golf cart?

Regular 90 weight gear oil. Fill until it reaches the fill hole.

Hank, The cart man

Posted on Apr 22, 2010

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