Charging Dead Golf Cart Batteries




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Karston Dominguez: Thank you!!!

Tracy McMillin: You're a lifesaver. Thanks for the great info!

Joe Reinartz: what a lovable video

rusty7two: Great Video! Thanks!

527dsmith: Great teacher and grandpa! Thank you Sir!

Donovan Hegarty: BeaverCreek GolfCarts You "SAVED" Me A Ton Of Money... A Local Company Here In Hawaii Wanted Me To Buy Six New 8 Volt Deep Cycle Batteries, A New Charger & Change The Mother Board On The Club Car!!! I Decided To Watch Your Video With Your Grandson & Viola...The Charger Clicked On A Few Seconds!!!!!!! Mahalo & Aloha For All Your HELPFUL Videos...I Learned A Lot From It!!!!!!!!!!

root417: thanks for fixin my cart

BeaverCreek GolfCarts: You can not use a 12 volt charger on an 8 volt battery! You can try a trickle charger and do each battery individually (this will take awhile). The other option is to get a 24 volt battery charger and charge three batteries (wired in series) together. As always use extreme caution when charging batteries.

BeaverCreek GolfCarts: I'm sorry...I'm a little confused. All batteries will have two terminals. One should be marked "+" and the other "-".

mrmikerotch: Mine just has a "This is a POS" terminal.

BeaverCreek GolfCarts: As long as you only cross two batteries that are in series. This is very important! (follow the cables)

Rick Rapp: Thank you!! Huge help!

gudbar: I was under the impession that in order to charge only two batteries at a time, you would have to connect only those two in series... I didnt know you could charge two at a time if all six were connected in series...

LOPEZdJUNGLIST: this is why grandads rule

BeaverCreek GolfCarts: @brianmenendez no that will not work!

brian menendez: if i charge only two batteries in series , will the two fully charged batteries automatically charge the other four uncharged batteries? Is there any charge migration of the fully charged batteries to the dead batteries in series?

BeaverCreek GolfCarts: @idae209 You only need to get the batteries slightly charged and then plug in your standard golf cart charger. There is a built in safety device on the golf cart battery charger that will not allow it to charge completely dead batteries.

Miguel Aguilar: how do you know when the batteries are fully charged?

ke5hbd: Great video. Work on carts for a living myself.

negami2: Great job! Very helpful!!!!!

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