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!!! Continue reading →
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.
Why Did The Battery Terminal Melt On My Golf Cart’s Battery?
Why Did The Battery Terminal Melt On My Golf Cart’s Battery? This is a question that we get asked at the dealership quite a bit. And running neck and neck a close second is: “is this covered under warranty?”
There have been more than one individual who has been extremely disappointed with the correct “official answer” of no. This is a topic that many words have been used about, both verbal and written. I have covered this subject in numerous articles and in both of my books. Continue reading →
Things to do when you need to tow a malfunctioning golf cart.
We all love to use our golf carts when they work. Unfortunately there are times that they decide it’s quitting time and that they need a break. These times seldom ever happen at a convenient time. You know, like in your garage or at the cart barn. Yeah, like that'll ever happen.
The golf cart will usually break down during usage whether out on the back nine or while your kids have it down at the community center swimming in the pool. What do we do now? How do we get the darn (can’t use the words that most people say at these times!) thing back home? Or what do we need to do in order to get the golf cart back to the cart barn for service?
Why did my golf cart battery terminal melt? Why isn’t this a warranty issue?
I own and operate a golf cart dealership with two locations. We see customers with puzzled looks on their faces and hot tempered steam rising from their foreheads concerning a new or relatively new battery that has melted terminal damage thinking that this issue is a warrant-able one. That’s understandable when they are facing the fact of having to spend another hundred bucks or more on a replacement battery when they just did that not too long ago.
To seat belt or not to seat belt? Now that's an idea! Seat belts for my golf cart? Really? Most people do not realize that there are several different options for safety seat belts available relatively inexpensive for their golf carts. Perform an internet search for more information of these different types of seat belts available.
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