Golf Cart

Yamaha Golf Cart 48 volt Battery Replacement San Diego

This older Yamaha cart is built tough. Yamaha is probably one of my favorite manufacture due to its beefy suspension. This Yamaha golf cart uses six 8v deep cycle batteries to create a 48 volt system. The customer requested the Trojan 8v T-875 battery because of Trojan’s

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Golf Cart Battery Blow Up

Golf cart batteries produce hydrogen gas that is susceptible to igniting if a spark occurs. Degraded, corroded golf cart battery cables can arc and ignite hydrogen gas that hovers around batteries.   Replace battery cables that are corroded.  Golf cart battery cables are only $5 ea and less

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Golf Cart Battery Damage

Golf Cart Battery Damage To keep your golf cart batteries safe from exploding, periodically clean the the battery terminals and connection cables. Use di-electric grease to coat the cable and terminal ends after the golf cart batteries are connected.  This will minimize the corrosion that occurs from

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12 volt – 6 volt Battery Maintenance & Charging Guide

12 volt – 6 volt Battery Maintenance & Charging Guide

THE BASICS ON BATTERIES – reproduced from Web site: http://www.phrannie.org *Important Items Highlighted/Colored First things first. A 12-volt battery is not a 12-volt battery. Twelve volts is just a nominal, convenient term used to distinguish one battery from another. A fully-charged 12-volt battery, allowed to “rest” for

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