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Is it a golf cart that has a gas motor in it? Or a battery bank?

Golf | Answered 2 days ago


Your batteries are not up to par. Replace with new ones.

Golf | Answered on Dec 28, 2018


Battery level is low, you need new batteries - the ones in this cart are getting old. Batteries only have so many charge/discharge cycles and this is a warning light telling you the output from your batteries has become marginal.

Golf | Answered on Dec 28, 2018


Should still operate solenold. You also have a stop switch in the floorboard, it will connect when pressing on pedal.

Golf | Answered on Dec 23, 2018


Likely dirty contacts at the foot feed pedal AKA throttle pedal. The solenoid engages (clicks) but the dirty contacts keep the current from passing through to the electric motor.
1) disconnect battery, 2) Remove the pedal assembly and clean the contacts. 3) Reassemble and connect battery.

Golf | Answered on Dec 23, 2018


"There is nothing in the Rules of Golf that prevents a golfer from switching to a different brand of golf ball (i.e., from a Titleist to a Bridgestone) on every hole on the course - so long as the change is made between the play of holes.
However, there is something in the Rules of Golf that says a tournament committee can impose such a rule.
It's called the "one ball condition" (in the rulebook, it's in Appendix 1, Part C), more commonly known as the "one ball rule." As you probably know, all Tour events are played under the "one ball rule." And any rules committee may adopt the "one ball rule" for its competitions.
"The "one ball condition" requires the player to use the exact same brand and type of ball throughout the round. For example, if you tee off the first hole with a Titleist Pro V1x, then that's what you must play throughout the round. You may not switch to any other brand of ball, nor even to any other type of Titleist ball. You started with the Pro V1x, so the Pro V1x is what you must use on every stroke. "If the "one ball rule" is not in effect, however, golfers may swap out different types of golf balls at any point in a round of golf, so long as the change is made between holes rather than during the play of a hole."

Golf | Answered on Dec 20, 2018


try yamaha or online search

Golf | Answered on Nov 06, 2018

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