|Club Car golf cart parts can be easily found on line so there is no need to go to an authorized Club Car dealer. The prices are usually better and if you aren't sure about what part to buy you can often find a technician to talk to you on the phone to assist you.|
To buy your golf cart parts on-line you will need to know the make, model and year of your Club Car before placing an order. You can get some of this information by locating your Club Car serial number.
Serial numbers for Club Car golf carts 1981 to present can be found right below the glove box on the passenger side.
The number is 12 characters, while the letters refer to the model of the cart, the first two numbers represent the year the golf cart was made. Write this number down and keep it handy.
Parts for gas models will be different from electric golf cart parts.
It is also important to know if you have a 36v or 48v cart.
Other times, golf cart owners are wanting to upgrade or improve their golf cart performance, speed and power and will need different performance parts to achieve this.
You can test you cart for a bad solenoid with a voltmeter. As you can see in this picture there are 4 terminals - two large ones and two small ones.
solenoid to get depends on the year of the cart and the cart's voltage which is usually either 36 volts or 48 volts.
Golf Car Dr. has a great article explaining how to find out if yours isn't working :Silver Streak 435154 Solenoid 12 Volt for CLUB CAR
Instructions for Club Car golf cart repair can be found in a Club Car Service Manual. A Club Car Parts manual can come in handy to help you identify part numbers. Most of the time it really is not necessary to know a part number if you know the make, model and year of your golf cart.
If you call an on-line golf cart parts store like, Everything Carts, they can help you find the right part if you know the above information.
Battery meters periodically need to be replaced. The right gauge needs to match the voltage of the golf cart - 36volt or 48 volt. This part is not golf cart make or model specific. The other two options include an analog or LED battery charge indicator.
PRO12-48M ProPower's Golf Cart Battery Indicator Ezgo Yamaha Club Car 12, 24, 36, 48 VDC - Works on Trojan, Exide and all batteries
This Club car golf cart part is specific to your golf cart make, model, and year.
Another common Club Car golf cart part to wear out from frequent use is the ignition switch. This part is for electric 36V and 48 V DS and Precedent Club Cars '96 and up.Stens 430-299 Club Car Ignition Switch
You will know when it's time to replace your shock absorbers by the kind of ride you experience especially when going over uneven terrain or bumps. If the rear body bottoms out when driving over pot holes or bumps it may be a sign that the rear shock absorber is needed. Here is a picture of an old and new rear shock absorber.
There are front and rear sets of shock absorbers. Each are sold in a set of two. However just because the rear ones need to be replaced doesn't mean that the front ones need it. Usually the rear shock absorbers go first because of the extra weight from the motor and rear passengers.Club Car Ds 1013164 Rear Shock Absorber for Electric 1988-up , G&e 2004-up Precedent.
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