What is the proper sequence for connecting battery cables?
“Positive first, then negative. When disconnecting the cables from the old battery, disconnect the negative first, then the positive. Connect the new battery in the reverse order, positive then negative.”
How do you hook up batteries in a Club Car golf cart?
Connect a cable from the negative terminal of the first battery, which will be marked with a “-” sign and black if color coded, to the positive terminal of the second battery in the sequence. Connect a cable from the negative terminal of the second battery to the positive terminal of the third battery.
What happens if you connect the negative terminal first?
So connecting the lead first is safer. Negative pole first: Whole car (except a few parts like the positive pole) are connected. Any mistake with the other lead will lead to a short.
Do I connect black or red first?
Connect the positive terminal first. Attach the red (positive) terminal to the positive battery post. Tighten the terminal with a wrench. Repeat the process with the black (negative) terminal.
Where does the red cable go on a battery?
The positive (red) cable should be attached to the positive terminals on each battery. The negative (black) cable should have one end attached to the negative terminal of the dead battery, and one end grounded.
How do you jumpstart a battery cable?
Attach the positive (red) jumper cable to the positive (red) terminal of the dead battery. Make sure both metal clamps are firmly in contact with the terminal. Attach the other end of the positive (red) jumper cable to the positive (red) terminal of the assisting battery.
What do you put on golf cart battery terminals?
The best way to clean corroded battery terminals is to take a bit of baking soda and mix it with warm water. Take that mixture and pour it over the terminal. Let the terminal sit for a few minutes, and you will notice quite a bit of bubbling going on.
When Should golf cart battery cables be replaced?
If you notice your original golf cart cables are cracked or showing exposed wire during your usual inspections they should be replaced immediately. If your connectors are showing signs of corrosion they should be cleaned and protected immediately with a product like BatteryPete’s Corrosion Block or Preventative.