Buy an Electric Golf Cart Battery Charger
Purchase an electric golf cart battery charger from your cart distributor or a local vendor, if your golf cart purchase did not arrive with one.
How to Get the Charging Running
Insert the battery charger plug into a wall socket or other similar power source. Then, add the charger plug into the golf cart’s charging vessel.
The Meaning of Red and Green Flash Light
Confirm the amperage readout on your battery charger. This must be read in the environs of 21 amps. If your charger houses visible lights, they will blaze red if the golf cart batteries need charging and green if their discharge level is not important.
Keep Your Eyes on the Battery
Keep your golf cart batteries plugged into the charger, till the charger switches off by itself. Modern charges are crafted to shut off automatically once your cart batteries are completely charged. If you do not let the charger to completely charge your cart’s batteries, it can cause unstable batteries that would have to be changed sooner than typical.
Talking About the Equalization Mode
Remove sulfating and stratification in your golf cart’s batteries by carrying out an equalization charge every month. To perform this, you pick the equalization mode on your battery charger before attaching to your golf cart.
Precautionary Rules to Bear in Mind
- At all times, put on safety gloves, clothing and goggles when operating with electrolyte, batteries and charging your battery.
- Batteries must be sensibly examined on a habitual basis, in the case to discover and remedy potential hitches before they can do damage.
- It is a good notion to begin this routine when the batteries are first obtained.
How to Inspect the Batteries
- Observe the outward appearance of the battery.
- Examine for fissures in the container.
The surface of the battery, connections, and posts must be clean, free of fluids, corrosion, and dirt.
If batteries are not clean, have a look at the cleaning section of the manual for the correct cleaning process.
Mend or swap any injured batteries.
Any liquids on or around the battery might signal that electrolyte is leaching, leaking or spilling out.
Leaking batteries must be changed quickly.
Inspect all battery cables and their connections.
Look keenly for damaged or loose bits.
Battery cables must be in place, frayed or broken cables can be very dangerous.
Swap any cable that appears suspicious.
Tauten, all wiring connections to the correct specification.
Make sure there is decent contact with the terminals.
Do not excessively tauten, terminals.
By doing so, you can cause post breakage, fire or post-meltdown.