Question about Golf
I read may be the grommet or electronic brake. What would be the most probable cause?
The electronic brake and the grommet are not working anymore would both need to be replaced for your golf cart.
Posted on Apr 11, 2021
The first thing I would do is lift the seat and check the battery connections. Those batteries are notorious for corrosion at the terminals. Make sure every connection is clean and solid, as in no loose, corroded or frayed battery cables. Next, if the batteries check out, toggle the run/tow switch, also under the seat to make sure it is fully engaged into the run position, and finally check the forward/reverse lever to make sure the connections are clean and tight.
Posted on Aug 03, 2009
SOURCE: golf cart smoking
It is most likely related to the rings, but running it would unstick them very fast if they were stuck. It's possible that sitting let rust develop in the cylinder walls and there may be some grooves in them now. They could also just be really worn cylinders. They make some oil conditioners which I wouldn't recommend on a car, but might work fine on a golf cart. I can't recall the name, but it was in a silver can, maybe called engine restore... You could always try that before resorting to a rebuild.
Posted on Nov 12, 2009
Testimonial: "thanks for your advice. I will try an additive before a rebuild."
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