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Those chargers sense the battery condition and polarity. Check and make sure that the cables are in good condition and they are connected to the proper terminals.

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Would help to know what kind of golf cart it is. And the model year.

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I don't know how to check that controller, I always check everything else then replace the controller. I start by checking to see if the solenoid is working and the reverse buzzer. If they are then I check the motor. You have to disconnect the main batteries then disconnect the four wires off the motor. Take a jumper wire and connect to A1 and F1 then to 16 volts. Another jumper wire will connect to A2 and F2 then to16 volts. One should be negative and the other positive. In this setup we are applying the same voltage to both coils of the motor at the same time. If the motor turns it's good.

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RPM limiter has two wires, brown to frame ground and black joins another black wire from igniter then to black wire to ignition coil

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Either the battery is being drained by something or it is just a bad battery

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Sorry to tell you this but the 08 has a problem with the gears in the differential wearing slack in them. As long as they are engaged- no noise- but let up on the gas and you get gear noise.

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Is this an ezgo golf cart? If it is then your brake drum is stripped. It has splines that mate with the axle shaft.

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Sounds like the controller is detecting a error and shutting down the speed. I would have to connect a test set (iqdm) to see maybe what the error code is.

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The key should turn everything off except for the reverse buzzer. In forward position it should turn off.

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Do you mean that it changes speed? If so it could be a speed sensor that is mounted on the end of the motor. Depending on your model year it also could be the throttle (mcor).

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Should still operate solenold. You also have a stop switch in the floorboard, it will connect when pressing on pedal.

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Sounds like a loose starter/generator belt. Or worse case engine is locked up and the driven pulley won't rotate.

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Does solenoid still click? If it does then I would check the motor wires to see if they are still connected. If ok then I would check the forward/reverse switch assuming you have a Lever type mounted on the body of the cart.

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See if the spark plug is firing. If not then you looking at ignition coil or a ground being where it's not supposed to be. If it is firing then look at fuel pump, carb, air hose.

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Solenoid still operates? Should hear a click. If it clicks measure voltage on field side, should get same voltage as on battery side, this is on the large posts. If ok then you are looking at a controller, motor problem or main wiring to them.

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How hot? Burning up? Melting? I would double check wiring of the batteries then check condition of the cables and replace any that are suspect.

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