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Old 05-16-2017, 09:23 AM   #1
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Selling my 1997 EZGO TXT 36V golf cart. New paint and new seats. Batteries are about 3 years old still hold a charge. Charger is included. Asking $1500 OBO. Located in Vero Beach. call/text 772-205-4718
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do you have a charger with it?
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do you have a charger with it?
Yes charger is included. However It has been sitting for a while unplugged and when I went to plug the charger in it was just clicking and wouldn’t charge. Not sure what is wrong with it and I haven’t had time to screw with it. Just want it out of my barn at this point.
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Yes charger is included. However It has been sitting for a while unplugged and when I went to plug the charger in it was just clicking and wouldn’t charge. Not sure what is wrong with it and I haven’t had time to screw with it. Just want it out of my barn at this point.


When the batteries are totally dead, the charger will not recognize the batteries.

You have to charge the batteries individually a little and the the charger will take over normally.

This is usually the case.

Good luck!
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If this was in northwest FL I would be picking it up this weekend. Even if it needs now batteries it's still a good price.
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