Ace Golf Cart

Pro Tips

Watering Diagram

Flooded batteries need water. But more importantly, watering must be done at the right time and in the right amount or else the battery's performance and longevity suffers.

General watering instructions:

  • Add water, never acid, to cells (distilled water recommended)
  • DO NOT OVERWATER
  • For fully charged standard deep-cycle batteries, add water to the level of 1/8 below bottom of vent well (see diagram A below)
  • For fully charged Plus Series batteries, add water to the maximum water level indicator (see diagram B below)
  • If the batteries are discharged, only add water if the plates are exposed. Add just enough water to cover the plates, then charge the batteries. Once fully charged, add water to the proper level indicated above
  • After watering, secure vent caps back on batteries
Diagram A Diagram B
diagram A diagram B
Add water to 1/8" below bottom of the
vent well.
Add water to the maximum water level indicator.
                                               
How to Maintain Your Gas Golf Cart

Practice regular preventive maintenance to preserve the life of your vehicle.

Your gasoline-powered golf car is designed and built to provide years of troublefree service and hours of fun. But it’s important to maintain it properly by following the guidelines in your owner’s manual.

Here’s an overview of those guidelines:

  • Use only regular grade unleaded (87 octane) fuel. Never use fuel that contains more than 10 percent ethanol.
  • Make sure the gasoline tank cap is securely tightened after each refill. Keep the area around the fuel cap clean and free of grass clippings and other debris that could fall into the tank.
                                                                                 

To further protect your investment, perform the following tasks once each month or have your local Authorized Golf Cart Dealer perform them:

  • Check the engine oil level and change the oil, if necessary.
  • Check the engine cooling air intake and clean, if necessary.
  • Check the air pressure in your tires and adjust, if needed.
  • Wash the engine compartment and the underside of your vehicle with a garden hose.
  • Do not wash the engine while it is hot, as this could result in damage.
  • Wash your vehicle and clean the upholstery, if needed, following the directions in your owner’s manual.

 

 

 


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