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Unread 01-29-2012, 08:36 PM   #1
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Default 06 Club Car IQ Precedent 48 volt dead in driveway

Hey Guys, Newbie here. It died on me on a short run around my house. I was going along when I lost all power.(usually when running low the batt light will come on) I towed back to garage to charge but nothing. No beeping from the forward and reverse nothing. Batteries come in at 12.2,12.2.12.2,9.8 so I do have a battery issue. I tried to charge that battery by itself with a seperate charger and wont take any more charge. Will one low battery kill everything like that or do I have something else I can try? Thanks
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Unread 01-29-2012, 08:51 PM   #2
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its that battery reading 9 .8 just imagine what its dropping to under a load...........something happened to it.....you did put it in tow while towing it home right? 1st thing is take care of that battery...................................
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Yes, I did put in tow. The batteries are original, June 06. I guess new batteries are in order. Should I spend the money on Trojan or is there a sensible alternative?
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get the best you can afford, more important is breaking them in right and maintaining them...................................
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get the best you can afford, more important is breaking them in right and maintaining them...................................

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Yes, I did put in tow. The batteries are original, June 06. I guess new batteries are in order. Should I spend the money on Trojan or is there a sensible alternative?
Your Trojans lasted 5 1/2 years... pretty good results

Do you run lights and or a radio on your cart?
Do you have a converter from 48 volt to 12 volt that you use for accessories?
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The bad thing is only one has kicked the bucket. The other three don't seem to be too bad. (12.2 volts about 2 weeks off charge) Not to bad, but I found a local Trojan dealer that has new T1275's for 129.95 with exchange. I figure that is about as good as it is going to get.
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The bad thing is only one has kicked the bucket. The other three don't seem to be too bad. (12.2 volts about 2 weeks off charge) Not to bad, but I found a local Trojan dealer that has new T1275's for 129.95 with exchange. I figure that is about as good as it is going to get.
That is one hell of a good price. This is the second time someone posted A steal of a price for T1275's. They go for $224 in my market...
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The bad thing is only one has kicked the bucket. The other three don't seem to be too bad. (12.2 volts about 2 weeks off charge) Not to bad, but I found a local Trojan dealer that has new T1275's for 129.95 with exchange. I figure that is about as good as it is going to get.
if yours are 6 years old i would replace the set......................
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