Is there a reset button on an electric golf cart?

Answered by Stephen Mosley

There is a reset button on an electric golf cart. I recently had a similar issue with my own golf cart, so I can share my personal experience with you.

When my golf cart stopped working, I was initially confused and didn’t know what to do. Thankfully, a friend of mine who is knowledgeable about golf carts came to my rescue. He told me that there might be a reset button that I could try.

We located the main power supply of the golf cart, which was usually located under the seat or in the front compartment. After a bit of searching, we found a small red reset button near the power supply. It was quite discreet and easy to miss if you didn’t know it was there.

My friend explained that pressing this reset button could help resolve any electrical issues that might be causing the golf cart to malfunction. So, without wasting any time, I pressed the reset button firmly.

Next, my friend instructed me to connect the golf cart to the charger unit. This was an important step to recharge the batteries and ensure that they were not the cause of the problem. I plugged the charger into the golf cart, making sure it was securely connected.

Once the golf cart was connected to the charger, we waited for a while to allow the batteries to recharge. It usually takes a few hours for the batteries to fully charge, so we used this time to discuss other possible causes for the issue.

Unfortunately, even after recharging the batteries, my golf cart still wouldn’t start. My friend suspected that the motor might be burnt-out, which would require a replacement. This was disheartening news, but it was better to know the truth so that I could take the necessary steps to fix the problem.

If your electric golf cart is not working, it is worth checking for a reset button near the main power supply. Pressing this button and recharging the batteries might help resolve the issue. However, if the motor does not spin even after trying these steps, it could be a sign of a burnt-out motor, which will require a replacement.