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SLUggish golf cart 36 volt new batteries won't pull up hill after18 holes

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Take it to a pro who will check and see if your new batteries are charging up to where they should be. Check the generator out put and see if the motor is working properly. Even new batteries have been known to fail and only charge 50 percent.

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SOURCE: radio installation in a golf cart

Each battery is 6 volts. You would have to connect to the 1st Battery 12 volts posiltive {+} side and the 3rd battery negative side[-]. Run the positive lead thru an inline 10 amp fuse , then to the radio.

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Posted on Oct 18, 2008

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SOURCE: Trying to hook 12 volt lights to a 36 volt golf

The exact answer depends on what battery voltage you have but this hint will get you going.
Assuming you have 3 12v batteries, just wire to the first battery + - and you'll have 12 v. If you have 6 6v batteries, wire to the first + and the second -. If you have a voltage meter, you can verify the voltage of my suggestion.
This will work for lights and other resistance circuits but not for sensitive items like radios.
Golf cart batteries are series wired to get the higher voltage.
If this answers your question, I'd appreciate 4 thumbs. I do this for fun and do not get paid.

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SOURCE: how to wire a 12volt lights to a 36 volt system on

all you have to do is run the positive wire from the lights to the positive post of one battery and the negative wire to the negative post of the same battery. You will be using just one battery to power your lights. Hope this helps

Posted on Oct 20, 2010

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SOURCE: 36 volt ezgo

First of all, lift rear axle off the ground and place blocks or jack stands underneath. Check to see if you have 36 volts On your batteries. Now you want to run a jumper across the big cables on the solenoid. Press the accelerator and the motor should engage. Clicking is a pretty sure sign that the solenoid is bad. Please let me know if this is useful. I can further elaborate more troubleshooting if this doesn't solve your problem.

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My golf cart has six, 6 volt batteries connected in a chain, positive to negative throughout. Can I connect an auxiliary light of some type to this power source?


the cart is wired for 36 volts operation so you would need a 36 volt bulb
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you could put the wiring for a 12 volt bub across the terminals of 2 batteries so the negative wire will be on a negative terminal of the first battery and a fused positive wire will be on the positive of the second battery
the batteries are connected in series so the sum total of the voltage is the sum of all of the batteries
by selecting 2 batteries in series you are using the sum voltage of 2 batteries

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First of all, lift rear axle off the ground and place blocks or jack stands underneath. Check to see if you have 36 volts On your batteries. Now you want to run a jumper across the big cables on the solenoid. Press the accelerator and the motor should engage. Clicking is a pretty sure sign that the solenoid is bad. Please let me know if this is useful. I can further elaborate more troubleshooting if this doesn't solve your problem.

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Want to connect electric lights to ez-go electric golf cart. It is a six battery system and I want to simply add a front light and rear red light.


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