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1988 EZGO electric golf cart is dead


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09-20-15, 01:18 PM   #1  
1988 EZGO electric golf cart is dead

I have an EZGO electric golf cart that suddenly stopped running? 1988 serial No 501681.. BATTERIES ARE new and have 38V. I do not hear the selinoid click in when I press down on excellator.

 
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09-20-15, 02:24 PM   #2  
Welcome to the forums.

I moved you to your own thread. Your cart is a different make and model than in the thread you posted.

If you have six batteries..... 6 x 8v = 48v is your operating voltage. If you are measuring 38v you have a loss somewhere. Start by checking the voltage at each battery first and then the whole group before the solenoid.


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09-21-15, 05:29 AM   #3  
If the cart was working then suddenly stopped it could be any number of problems; bad key switch, bad accelerator pedal sensor/switch, bad solenoid, bad controller, broken wire or a loose connection. Most often it's something pretty simple and relatively inexpensive to fix. I usually start at the batteries with a volt meter and follow the current through the system until you find where it stops.

 
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