Today on GCGTV, we're discussing one of the most common battery and charger questions: How to manually charge dead golf cart batteries when your battery charger won't turn on. We've all been there, especially if you're a snowbird! You plug in your battery charger, usually to new batteries, and nothing happens. Why? Well, in this video, Dave is going to show you everything you need to know about how to remedy this issue and bring your batteries back to life! Be sure to give us a like, subscribe and share if you enjoy our content. Thanks for stopping by the garage!
Charging Golf Cart Batteries
Did you just plug in your charger to your golf cart and nothing happened? We’re solving the most common issue that causes charging problems right now on GCGTV.
What if Your Cart Won't Turn On? Check Your Connections
This is often overlooked and is quite common. If your cart's batteries aren’t hooked up in the correct way, or there's a weak connection between them, it can lead to a loss of power and cause your charger to fail. You should try and check each battery terminal for regularly for things like corrosion and buildup; these impede the flow of electricity, and could also cause problems.
How to Get Voltage Into a Dead Golf Cart Battery