Golf Cart Battery Charger | Battery Chargers Golf Cart | Battery Chargers

Your golf cart battery charger is the life essence of your vehicle. It is absolutely paramount that they are kept in working order to ensure optimum lifespan of your batteries. Most electric golf cart owners understand this and often panic when their golf cart charger fails to work properly. This leads to a customer making a hasty decision and more often than not, they will go out and purchase a brand new charger instead of a golf cart battery charger repair.

These chargers are quite expensive, some of them can cost the consumer upwards of $600. What many people do not understand is that approximately 95% of golf all golf cart chargers can be repaired, many times with just a few simple parts that cost less than $100. A Golf cart battery charger can be difficult to understand as there are many electrical components inside that can be quite confusing to the average customer. At Prime Golf Cars, we have many years of experience with these various types of chargers and can usually diagnose and repair any problem in one day. Golf art battery charger repair has even had success in repairing the much despised and previously “unfix-able” first generation style EZ GO Delta Q chargers.

We also sell new chargers to replace your broken and worn out old chargers.

Here is a list of the types and prices:


DPI:

36 Volt EZ Go Powerwise:     $325.00

36 Volt Crows Foot:   $325.00   ( Club Car, Yahama and some EZ Go )

48 Volt Yahama 2 Pin:   $325.00

48 Volt Yahama 3 Pin:   $325.00

48 Volt EZ Go RXV / TXT   $325.00

48 Volt Club Car 3 Pin W/OBC   $325.00

48 Volt Club Car 3 Pin No OBJ   $325.00


Small Chargers:

36 Volt 5 Amp EZ Go Powerwise   $169.00

36 Volt 5 Amp Crows Foot ( Club Car,  Yamaha )   $169.00

48 Volt 6 Amp EZ Go ( RXV, TXT )   $189.00

48 Volt 6 Amp Tahama 3 Pin   $189.00


There are many times where your charger will not turn on and there is no issue with your charger at all.

This is caused by one of several things:

  • There is not 120 volts at your power supply (wall receptacle), or your golf cart has an issue.
  • Did the problem begin after a winter storage period?
  • If so, check your golf cart’s current battery voltage level.
  • 48 volt golf carts generally will not activate the golf cart charger unless is is at 42 volts or greater.
  • The same goes for 36 volt golf carts although the guideline is set somewhere around 32 volts depending on the make/model.

If you get voltage readings below these levels, contact Prime Golf Cars and we will discuss your options on how to get the battery voltage back to an acceptable level.

Golf Cart Rental Phone: (561)-512-1304
Customer Service: (561)-249-6877
Contact Prime Golf Cars Service Department Today!