Charging Dead 8v Golf Cart Batteries With a Car Charger
My charger was not working and my batteries got so low that they do not have enough charge in them to call for the charger to cut on and charge them. They are 8 volt batteries, and I was told that I could attach them to a 12 volt car charger and put enough charge into them to get them to call for a charge from the regular charger. Do I attach the charger to them individually or charge two in a series?
Hi, there - One at a time. I was feeling reluctant to do this at all, but then I remembered some of the crazy things people do with bad boy chargers, and thought, what the heck?
Scott from Carts Unlimited near San Diego says: you can do it with a charger that has a 2 amp setting, don't let the battery get too warm (to the touch), and never let the charging voltage read more than 12v (but I bet it starts boiling way before that!). Stop after 1/2 hour or so.
I wouldn't charge a battery with the wrong voltage charger at the top of the charge (almost full). Personally. But I don't think it's a concern at the bottom of the charge, as long as you pay attention. You'll want to stick around and watch them!
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