Electric Aluminum Golf Cart
1. Delivery date: 15 days for mass producing
2. 1*20'GP fit 4 units.1*40'HQ fit 16 units.
3. Asia: 3-7 days to arrive; Other : 15-30 days to arrive.
1. BATTERIES THAT BREAK DOWN OR LOSE CHARGE
If your golf cart won’t start, the first thing we suggest it checking your battery! Electric golf cart batteries need to be charged and have water added regularly. If you purchase a preowned electric golf cart, be sure to ask about the age of the battery before you buy. You may not need to replace your battery for a long time, but the older a golf cart is, the more prone it may be to corrosion.
Also, if you don’t use your golf cart year-round, follow our storage guidelines for winter. This can can help prevent corrosion from building up.
2. SOLENOID BREAKDOWNS
The solenoid is a cylindrical coil of wire that works as the magnet carrying an electric current. Basically, when you start up your golf cart, the solenoid is the reason for the clicking sound you hear when engaging the acceleration pedal. This sound is a good thing!
If you stop hearing that clicking sound and your golf cart no longer starts up, it’s likely the solenoids are to blame. The problem may be as simple as loose wires, or you may be looking at a broken coil or corrosion. If solenoids are the issue, you’ll want to bring your golf cart in for repairs.
3. ISSUES WITH THE IGNITION
If your ignition has problems, it’s almost certainly due to wear and tear or the age of your golf cart. Wires can become loose and lose the connection between the switch and the battery, or they may require replacement when they wear out or break over time.
4. SPEED CONTROLLER
If your golf cart starts up successfully but just can’t manage to speed up or maintain acceleration, your controller may be to blame. Problems with this part are notoriously tricky to diagnose and repair, so even do-it-yourself types will probably want to bring their golf cart into our Service Department.
5. DIRECTION SWITCH
The direction switch simply lets you control whether your golf cart is in forward or reverse. One of the most frequently used parts on a golf cart, it’s heavily prone to wear and tear and breaking down over time.
Odds are good that if the direction switch is acting up, it will need to be replaced, so give us a call to schedule a time for repairs.