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I put my ezgo cart on charge but the charger would not start. Checked voltage on battery bank and shows 36 volts but runs like it is almost dead

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It may need a repair

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SOURCE: dead battery for one unit won't charge at all. voltage -0- both radios and charger work fine. where can I get battery? P/N MN-160001 capacity 950mAh

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SOURCE: I have 2004 EZgo electric golf cart. When I plug

Check for a tripped circuit breaker. usally at inline with the positive cale of the battery

Posted on Mar 25, 2010

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SOURCE: My 2000 Yamaha golf cart has 6-4cell 8 volt

Yes to both questions. the charger must sense 41.5 volts to activate the relay inside the charger. Being a repair shop, I have a charger that is rigged to charge even DEAD batteries. I do not recommend this for the novice. A charger set on 12 volts will bring the batteries back up to 8.2-8.6 volts. A cheap trickle charger may not put out enough to charge a battery of this size. Remember that they are used to MAINTAIN a charge. Connect the Voltmeter and watch for voltage rise. If it rises to 8.1 or above, it is charging. Trojan battery company recommends charging at least once a month.

Posted on Apr 21, 2010

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SOURCE: batteries run out of power too quick, what is my problem

The voltage should be above 37 volts if you have 6 volt batteries. This must be measured under load. A simple voltage check is useless. If the batteries are over 6 years old, they are probably in need of replacement.

Posted on Apr 21, 2010

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SOURCE: Ez Go 28115-G01 battery charger does not work.

I have an EZGO powerwise 36V charger, model 28115-GO3 that was installed onboard a cart. I want to use this charger for another cart, but the charger has 3 wires out. Why 3 wires? One is +, the other -. what do I do with the third wire? The wires are red, black and yellow; two odf the wires are 10-12 gauge, the other is around 16 gauge.

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