Why is my golf cart battery charger not charging?
Assure that the golf cart battery charger is actually running and that you have voltage at the battery charger plug by using a multimeter or voltage tester. Let’s go over some of the simple basics and get that battery charger operating the way it should. Step 1. Determine if the battery charger is at fault.
What are the signs of a bad golf cart battery?
Learn more about the signs of a bad golf cart battery. Bad Charger: IN GENERAL, if the charger kicks on, but doesn’t charge fully or kicks off soon after, this is likely a charger issue. If the charger makes a loud clicking noise, this is likely a battery charger issue.
How do I know if I have a charger problem?
The easiest way to determine whether you have a charger problem is to test your charger on another cart, or test another cart’s charger on your cart. We do understand that this is not always possible for most customers.
What does a red light mean on a golf cart Charger?
Occasionally a red fault light on a golf cart charger can mean that the batteries do not have enough voltage in them to allow the charger to kick on (see Charging Dead Golf Cart Batteries above).