How Can You Refurbish A Golf Cart Battery

Why spend the money purchasing a new battery when you can just learn how to refurbish a golf cart battery? Refurbishing a golf cart battery can save you money and it is easy to do. Before you refurbish your golf car batteries make sure you have these materials: 

  • Battery charger
  • Crescent wrench
  • Safety glasses
  • Protective gloves
  • Crescent wrench
  • Distilled water
  • Epsom salts
  • Baking soda
  1. The first step to refurbishing your golf cart batteries is to make sure your batteries are charged before every use. When you are not using your golf cart for long periods of time, disconnect the battery from your golf cart. This will allow your golf cart batteries to last longer. You will also need to charge your batteries once a week when you are not using them to allow them to keep a full charge.
  2. The second step to refurbishing your golf cart batteries is to clean any dirt near the battery cables. This will allow the battery to stay in good shape and potentially prolong their shelf life.
  3. The third and final step to refurbishing your golf cart battery is to recondition the lead acid golf cart battery. In order to do this you will need to remove the battery and empty out the fluids in the battery. You are going to replace the old fluid with a mixture of distilled water and fifteen percent Epsom salt. Think of it like doing an oil change on your car. After you have replaced the fluid, charge your golf cart battery. This process of refurbishing your golf cart battery will work a couple of times before you will need to purchase a new golf cart battery.



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