Important – Deep Cycle Batteries need to be kept fully charged. Always plug in to recharge after each use to get the maximum life from your batteries.
Ensure your charger is plugged into AC power first – then plug into charger receptacle on your cart.
Depending on use, you should check water levels every 2-3 weeks.
Only use distilled or demineralised water.
Only fill after batteries have been fully charged.
Fill just below lip in battery filling point.
Recommended tyre pressure is 20 psi.
Carts should be serviced every 6 to 12 months depending on use.
If you are only using once a week for 18 holes of golf then 12 monthly should be sufficient.
This is to disconnect the battery power from the controller and motor. When not in use you can put into ‘Tow’ so that the cart cannot be driven; even with the key in.
When doing any electrical work this should always be in ‘Tow’.
You can also put it into ‘Tow’ if you need to push the cart.
To operate the cart, make sure it is in ‘Run’.
You can use a normal hose or pressure washer over most of the cart, just avoid too much water near the ‘Forward/Reverse’ switch and electrical components.
Don’t use high pressure water under the seats near the batteries/electrical components.
Ordinary car wash is great for washing your cart and will keep it in tip top shape.
Any product that you use on your car is suitable.
Avoid using cream cleansers or abrasive products on the windscreen.
Check ‘Tow/Run’ switch is in ‘Run’ mode.
Check for corrosion on battery terminals. Any corrosion on leads, use a mixture of bicarbonate soda and water (approximately 2 tablespoons to 1 litre of water) and pour over affected area.
Does the reverse buzzer work when reverse is engaged? If not, it is more than likely a flat battery.
Is your charger still plugged into your cart? Some carts have a ‘cut off’ – where it wont start while still connected.
Spray brake cleaner on all rubber suspension parts.
You may need to turn front wheels to full lock to gain access to all front end components.