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Likely dirty contacts at the foot feed pedal AKA throttle pedal. The solenoid engages (clicks) but the dirty contacts keep the current from passing through to the electric motor.
1) disconnect battery, 2) Remove the pedal assembly and clean the contacts. 3) Reassemble and connect battery.
Posted on Sep 09, 2017
check voltage on both sides of solenoids, check wiring going to motor, check each battery individually, any one of these could be the problem
Posted on Oct 13, 2009
SOURCE: Gas golf cart won't start
try a jump start off of a similar battery with the same voltage. If that does not work, there is a chance your ignition wire is not wired into the throttle anymore. try reconnecting it.
Posted on Apr 26, 2012
never leave charging all the time you want to charge it every 6 hrs of running time to let your batterys cycle down. it would be the same if you charge your cell phone everytime you make a call if you cant keep track of it get a state of charge its a volt metter like a gas gauge for the batterys if you do it my way you will get more run time and your batterys will last around 10 yrs if keep doing it your way them about a couple yrs on them
Posted on May 15, 2012
This is not going to work in your golf cart. This is propane based heater with a pilot light. It will go out if you drive because of the wind blowing on it. I also believe all Mr. Heaters have a tip hazard turn off. I know the two I have do. If you really want heat in your cart I would recommend an extra battery, an inverter and a porcelain electric heater. Could be made to work very nicely in your cart.
Posted on Dec 26, 2014
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