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Unread 11-29-2008, 06:56 PM   #1
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Default 97 no go

Let me start by saying hello again its been forever since ive been on here hows everyone doin????? ok as for the golfcart problem... its not even trying to charge after making sure the voltage is right im thinking its a computer or charger problem ( i know.... kinda stating the obvious) is there any way to test them? i really would hate to break the bank in replacin both.... thanks guys any help would really be appreciated
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Unread 11-30-2008, 03:04 PM   #2
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Default Re: 97 no go

1st take voltage reading from each battery and write #,s down........if possible try your charger on another cart to see if it works or try a known good charger on your cart to see if it works or not...........if your charger works on another cart or if a good charger won,t work on your cart and you have at least 36 volts to get past the low voltage sensor than lift seat and the grey wire that comes out of the charge receptical give that a pull to make sure its good and tight in there if it is make sure your charge wires are good clean and tight.........the red 10 gage wire from #1 battery make sure its ok...............if all that checks out i would replace the OBC its not uncommon at all for that year cart for the OBC to just go bad...........start by making sure you have enough voltage though.....................................
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