Category Archives: Ask the Guru

Ask The Guru: Air Intake Issue

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Reggie askes: We have a 92 Club Car that’s giving us a fit. We have put a new carburetor, throttle cable, fuel pump, and several other items. The car will start, run for about 2 or 3 seconds and dies. At first we thought this was the RPM limiter and we disabled it by disconnecting the ground wire under the… Read more »

Ask The Guru: Trouble With Solenoid

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Stan askes: Guru, I can hear the solenoid click but the cart stops and starts in an irregular fashion. This is a 2009 Club Car XRT 850 E utility. The cart might go 10 or 100 feet and stops. Recycle peddle and starts again. Speed is also lower. Any idea where to start looking? Guru: Stan, From your description of… Read more »

Ask The Guru – Sept/Oct 2017

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Craig asks: My 1999 E-Z-GO had a lot of hours on it and was starting poorly and using oil. I sent it into Buggies Unlimited for engine rebuilding. Shipping and turnaround time was excellent. I still have a hard start problem (seems worse – hot engine) exactly like before engine rebuild. Runs strong once running, everything is new, carburetor, fuel… Read more »

Why is my cart shuddering?

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Ed asks: WHY IS MY CART SHUDDERING? Question: My cart is starting to ‘shudder’ when I hit the accelerator pedal instead of going forward. If I let up on the pedal it will slowly proceed forward but if I press the pedal to increase speed it will start ‘shuddering’ again and almost come to a complete stop. The reverse seems… Read more »

How can I get my 1999 E-Z-GO gas to perform better?

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ACCORDING TO ROGER: Notes on Maximizing EZGO Engine Performance (Robin Twin Cylinder) It must be understood that four things must be present for an engine to perform at its peak; You must have over 145 lbs. of compression on both cylinders (145 is low and will perform poorly). You must have a good solid blue spark on both cylinders (not orange)…. Read more »

ATG (November/December16) – What is the simplest Shunt System on the Market?

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HQ Writes: What is the simplest Shunt System on the Market? According to Roger: This is the simplest shunt system ever built and has the highest failure rate (in our system). We had several calls on this just this last week! Seems it is quite popular. Step one is confirm the battery pack voltage is a nominal voltage of 36… Read more »