1991 EZGO X-440, 444, 444J, or 444F

dumbbunny

New Member
My 92 year old neighbor has a 1991 EZGO X-440, 444, 444J, or 444F in his garage. He hasn't driven it for 5 years because, well, it does go. The horn works. I didn't attempt to test any other electrical part because he had piled so much stuff in and around the cart it was hard to move around.

I have the owner's manual/service guide and handwritten on it is - 685059 E0 (I'm pretty sure it's a zero and not an "O")692.

Do any of you cartaholics have suggestions on how to troubleshoot why it does drive?

Thanks for your help.
 

dumbbunny

New Member
D'oh! I left out a very important word. I will edit my post.

Yes, it does not drive and I would like to know how to make drive.
Thanks.
 

HotRodCarts

Cartaholic
I'm taking it this is an electric golf cart? If it is the batteries are bad from sitting for 5 years. There could be other problems but the batteries have to be junk.
 

dumbbunny

New Member
The batteries looked brand new. I have a feeling he didn't hook up the battery cables correctly when replaced the batteries. This weekend I will be able to spend more time bird dogging the connections. I will test the voltage in all of the batteries.

Thanks.
 
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