|03-11-2012, 09:20 AM||#1|
Not Yet Wild
Join Date: May 2011
1999 club car will not charge
Golf cart sat idle for 2 weeks without charging. Turned cart on everything seemed normal when I backed up and when I put in forward it just completely died and would not move. I put cart on charge and immediately radio started to smoke so I unplugged charger and proceeded to disconnect radio. It appears that radio shorted out and drained batteries during that time. Batteries so dead that lights won't come on and lights makes a buzz/clicking sound. I understand that batteries can get so dead that charger will not come on. I opened charger and bypassed relay to get around this and after several hours it did still did not charge. during ths time while charger was plugged in tne needle on the charger amp gauge would barley move off zero and pulsate a little. batteries have some age on them buy were still doing pretty good for their age. I want to make sure there are no other problems before i spring for new batteries and still have same problem. Why will it not charge? Please help?
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