What to do if your club car forward reverse key is overheating?



What to do if your club car forward reverse key is overheating?

What to do if my Club Car Forward Reverse Key is overheating? To test the Forward Reverse switch on a Club Car golf cart, you will need to use a multimeter to check of all parts of the golf cart are getting power. Then press your foot on the accelerator and check to see if the solenoid is charges.

What happens if you put a golf cart in reverse?

The Golf Cart tends to move forward, even if the switch is in the neutral position. When the forward-reverse switch is in the reverse direction, you will get a buzzing sound. Overheating may result in a burning smell. The Golf Cart may fail to offer the optimum speed, even in the forward direction.

How do you test the forward and reverse switch on EZGO?

One of the EZGO buffs will be along soon to help you out with testing the forward and reverse switch on your golf cart. I always take them apart and check the contacts. You can usually tell by looking while the switch is still in the cart if the board has been hot. You can test the micro switches with a ohm meter.

How to test the forward and reverse switch on my cart?

One of the EZGO buffs will be along soon to help you out with testing the forward and reverse switch on your golf cart. I always take them apart and check the contacts. You can usually tell by looking while the switch is still in the cart if the board has been hot.