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Deep Cycle Golf Cart Battery Maintanence tips

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Deep Cycle Golf Cart Battery Maintanence tips

Tips from the Golf Car Pro for Deep Cycle Golf Car Batteries Charge your golf car batteries after each use. Never run the fluid level below the plates. Prevent corrosion from forming on the battery post and all the connections. You should never allow your battery to discharge more than 70% of its rated reserve capacity because the longer a battery takes to recharge; the more heat it creates. Heat destroys batteries. For example, suppose you have two identical cars and each one can go 100 mph. If you ran one engine at the top speed of 100 mph all...

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EZ-GO Model and Serial Number Look UP

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EZ-GO Model and Serial Number Look UP

What Year is My E-Z-GO® Golf Cart 2003 thru today (TXT Models)The serial number tag is located …behind the seat by flipping up the black plastic access panel.  There, you will notice a plastic tag glued on to the cross member of the frame.* The serial number code is arranged as follows: It will have a small grouping of letters and numbers.  The last two numbers in the letter/number group is the year of manufacture.  The longer grouping of numbers (no letters) is your serial number, which you will not need in order to know the year of your golf cart. E-Z-GO...

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Club Car Serial Number Look up

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Club Car Serial Number Look up

Since 1981, Club Car® Golf Carts have positioned their serial numbers just under the glove box on the passenger’s side of the vehicle. The serial number of each vehicle is printed on a bar code decal. Use the chart below to find your Club Car® model. The two letters at the beginning of the Club Car ® year model serial number (“A” in the image below) indicate the Club Car® models. The following four digits (“B” in the image below) indicate the model year and production week during which the vehicle was built. The six digits following the hyphen (“C”...

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First Things First: What is the Make, Model and Year of My Golf Car

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First Things First: What is the Make, Model and Year of My Golf Car

Before purchasing parts for repair or customization of your golf car, it is imperative that you know the correct Make, Model and Year of the car.  Odds are that you know if your are driving a Club Car, Ez-Go, Yamaha or some other brand of cart, but the specifics are to be found in the serial number and manufacture's number.  Use the guides for the appropriate Make to find your car's specific information so you purchase the right parts for the job. Club Car E-Z-Go Yamaha

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