How To Install Your New Ezgo Golf Cart Battery Tray From BatteryPeteHave you purchased an older model Ezgo golf cart recently? Are you just finding out on the latest battery replacement that the factory battery bracket is rusting out? Whatever the scenario the situation is usually the same. The Ezgo battery tray is usually a rusted mess if it is a decade or older. From the factory the Ezgo battery rack is made of low quality steel components. Buy your new Ezgo Battery tray NowSolution – Battery Pete’s All Aluminum replacement Ezgo golf cart battery tray. We will start by disassembling the golf cart to allow for removal of the old Ezgo golf cart battery tray. The following images are in chronological order for illustration purposes of the removal process.Tools required – Standard and metric socket set with ratchet. Torx bit set, cordless impact/drill, large flathead screw driver, ( Pro-level installation Plasma cutter or Air dremel with cutting disk)
- Step 1 – This installation will require the removal of the golf carts roof and rear roof struts. We will also need to remove the seat back and upright struts the seat back is mounted on. Next will be the removal of the rear motor access panel. (Requires small torx bit)
- Step 2 – After the removal of the aforementioned Ezgo golf cart body parts and panels the image on the left shows what state your Ezgo golf cart should look like.
- Step 3 – remove the batteries. ( Note – take a picture of the wiring of the battery bank for future use when installing the new golf cart batteries. )
- Step 4 – After the batteries have been removed we will be removing the old OEM Ezgo golf cart battery rack. (Some are easier than others – depends on how bad the corrosion damage is on the original battery tray – I have seen them so bad the customer didn’t even know until they hit a bump and a battery fell out the bottom – Opps!!!)