How To Pick The Right Golf Cart Battery Charger For Your Golf Cart?First things – first. When your golf cart battery charger stops working you will need to determine why. It is also important to know because it is not always the charger that is bad. There are a lot of common problems that can cause your golf cart battery charger to stop working. Most common are things like the AC power supply has been interrupted. ( Power Surge, blown or popped fuse or breaker ), DC side voltage to low – Meaning the batteries in your golf cart are so low the charger does not know it is even plugged into your golf cart to start to charge. See our FAQ for more in depth information on this scenario and how to remedy the situation. If these are not common problems related to why your charger is not working you will need to move forward with your search. Pete always recommends checking the conductor wires between batteries. They are all connected to create the combined power supply for your golf cart. If one is bad or lost connection with the batteries it will cause everything to stop working. So if your golf cart is not moving anymore this could be the culprit. Or could just be the wires going from the charger receptacle to the batteries on the cart where you plug in the charger. After these basic searches have been done you can assume the worst ( your charger is dead ) and now you need to start looking for a replacement. Things to know before you start the search.
- What year, make and model golf cart do you own?
- What is the operating voltage of your golf cart?
- Confirm and compare the connector the you will plug into the golf cart charging port.
- Popular Connector Shapes and Styles and what they represent.
- What if you cannot find the connector on the battery charger or see that it is wired directly to the batteries on the golf cart?
- Use Pete’s easy to navigate golf cart battery charger section to find your charger.
If you have been looking for custom golf cart seats for your new toy. OH BOY!!!!! You have come to the right place. All new this year is Pete’s ready to ride custom golf cart seat sets. Available in basic color combinations to match your new golf cart or custom colors to create all sorts of themed cart designs for the sports fans out there. We have the seat for your Club Car DS and Precedent models, Ezgo TxT and Rxv models, Star Ev and Yamaha G29 (Drive) models.
Over 100 color combinations to choose from in two new styles. Made from 100% marine grade vinyl with UV protection in a large variety of unique textures and colors. Using high quality foam we create a unique molded cushion that looks great and will provide superior comfort and support for years to come. All of our customers that purchase one love them. Just see for yourself and checkout all of our product reviews from Happy Customers. Pete’s Custom Golf Cart Seats
Golf Cart Mufflers Why Do We Need One? When Should You Replace it?A golf cart muffler is just a good idea. Just like for your car truck boat or Rv. If you have ever been to the race track you know how loud a vehicle can be when revving their engines and running open headers… Meaning “No exhaust at all” not to mention the mufflers. So being our golf cart is used in a residential neighborhood or public place where others will be present. It is just something we see as a common courtesy to others. A loud noisy engine running around in the general area would just be down right annoying. Nobody likes to be annoyed when they are relaxing or trying to relax after work or on a weekend vacation in the Rv park, or at the beach. So where ever life might find you and regardless of the year make and model of your golf cart. If it is noisy (louder than your average car) Checkout Pete’s Golf carts for all your Golf Cart Muffler needs… All orders over $99 ship Free everyday – 365… Whether you own a Club Car , Ezgo or Yamaha golf cart Pete has you covered.
Things to look for that will tell you it is time to replace your muffler.
- Visually can see exhaust escaping the motor before exiting the exhaust tip
- Rusted out or cracked muffler
- Broken or cracked muffler flange that attaches to the Cylinder Head
- Completely missing and your golf cart sounds like it is ready for the races.