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Customizing Ezgo Txt Series Carts Is Not Such A Good Idea|Melted FNR Switch Results.

Customizing Ezgo Txt Series Carts Is Not Such A Good Idea. Melted FNR Switch Results.

Customizing Ezgo Txt Series Carts Is Not Such A Good Idea. How do I know? What makes me the expert to say such a thing? I don’t proclaim to be “an expert” for we all know an “ex”, well is just that and a spurt is a far comparison to a stream! However, I do own a golf cart dealership. We see hundreds of golf carts every year as we repair them in our service department.

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It is my experience and opinion based on real golf cart service that the two worst possible golf carts that anyone can do body lifts with large wheels and tires are any of the Club Car resistor and or v-glide, pre controller years and any of the Ezgo series carts. Don’t misunderstand me, they are good golf carts when they are used for what they were designed for. We need to be fair with Club Car and Ezgo. Two people with two golf club bags playing two rounds of golf prior to charging the batteries. That’s it! Nothing more and nothing less.
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Ezgo Rxv electric brake wiring harness repair connector

Ezgo Rxv Electric Brake Wiring Harness Repair Connector

Ezgo Rxv Electric Brake Wiring Harness Repair Connector

Ezgo Rxv Electric Brake Wiring Harness Repair Connector. Many of the Rxv's that have a few years wear and tear on them are having intermittent electric brake failures. These failures are either the brake fails to apply or it will not release. Many a good brake assemblies are replaced with new ones just to have the same problem. Not a cheap guess for the fix!!!!

Before replacing the brake you first need to be sure that your batteries are good, charged and up to par, no pun intended! Jack the rear of the Rxv golf cart up and place on safety support shop stands. Yes, use shop stands, remember safety first will prevent catastrophes later!!!
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Six Ways To Guarantee You Won’t Get A Good Deal From The Dealer

Six Ways To Guarantee You Won’t Get A Good Deal From The Dealer

Are you shopping for a golf cart or perhaps an automobile? Here are six ways to guarantee yourself you won’t get a good deal from the dealer you are shopping . These are not in any significant order. However some make the top of my list as I am sure that some of these will make the top of other salesperson’s list! :0)

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Picture of where to grease the front end of an Ezgo Txt

How Do I Lubricate The Front End of My Ezgo Txt Golf Cart?

How Do I Lubricate The Front End of My Ezgo Txt Golf Cart?

How Do I Lubricate The Front End of My Ezgo Txt Golf Cart? That’s a question we are asked from time to time at our dealership. Depending on your year model there are not very many lubrication points for anyone to lubricate. If your Txt is a year model from 1994 to roughly 2001 then you could have as many as five places to lubricate which all are within the steering box to tie rod ends. There is a zerx fitting at the main pivot point of the steering box at the center. And the rest of the zerx fittings are very visible on the tie rod ends.

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Add Two More Golf Cart Battery Chargers to The List of The Severely Injured.

Surge Protectors Are a Must For Every Golf Cart Battery Charger

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I wrote this blog just a short while ago and we just had an electrical thunderstorm the other day. As of today we have taken in two golf cart battery chargers that “just don’t work” and diagnosed the failures to be a result of the lightening storms. Hence, I thought I would re post this blog. Neither customer with the "injured" chargers had a surge protector on the power circuit for their battery chargers.

We sell a couple of different ones for around forty bucks. Folks, that’s a whole lot cheaper then a two hundred dollar repair or worse yet, three hundred and fifty dollars for a new golf cart battery charger. Again, I am trying to help you. There's not a month that goes by without us repairing damaged golf cart battery chargers. Therefor its worth repeating. Surge protector, surge protector, surge protector, surge protector,… Buy one of ours or one of theirs, however and from whomever you choose, just be sure to purchase a  correct surge protector and protect the investment of your golf cart battery charger from those power surges. Now here’s the original blog I posted recently. Continue reading

Surge Protectors Are a Must For Every Golf Cart Battery Charger

Surge Protectors Are a Must For Every Golf Cart Battery Charger

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I own a golf cart dealership located in North Florida. We sell and service golf carts, both electric and gas powered. There are far more electric powered golf carts than there are gas. I would say we see about a hundred electric carts to every gas powered in our service department. And right along with every electric golf cart is the golf cart’s battery charger. We have walk-ins every week bringing us  their chargers for us to diagnose.

Sometimes the charger is just fine indicating that there is a problem on the golf cart which we then schedule for pickup. However, the majority of the time the initial plug in test indicates some sort of failure with the battery charger. Continue reading

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Time To Perform A Critical Maintenance Service | Checking Fluid Level In The Axle

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This is a good time to check the fluid level in the rear axle assembly of your golf cart. Every golf cart has some sort of inspection plug, rubber seal or bolt that can be removed in order to check the fluid level of the oil in the axle gears.

When you inspect for this and you see oily dirt build up around the axle center (commonly referred to as the pumpkin) you might take this as an indication of either a leak somewhere or at one time or another the axle fluid was overfilled. Either way if you have to add a substantial amount then you might want to check the fluid more often then once a year :o) Continue reading