How to disconnect the ez-go backup buzzer

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How to disconnect the ez-go backup buzzer
Use an EZ-GO wiring diagram to locate the back up buzzer. (Brand X Pictures/Brand X Pictures/Getty Images)

EZ-GO is a company whose name is associated with golf carts by many people. EZ-GO produces several models of carts for use on golf courses. However, the usefulness and application of the carts also extends into home and farm use. Equipped with a gasoline engine or electric motor, EZ-GO carts have features that include an audible back up buzzer. Some owners decide to disconnect the buzzer when using the carts on their own property.

Skill level:
Moderate

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Things you need

  • EZ-GO wiring diagram
  • Gloves
  • Pliers

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Turn off the EZ-GO golf cart, place the gear selector in neutral and set the parking brake. Remove the key from the ignition before starting work.

  2. 2

    Access the battery compartment of the EZ-GO golf cart. Remove the seat, if necessary, to obtain a clear view of the wires that run from the battery.

  3. 3

    Put on gloves to protect your hands, while working on the golf cart. Trace the wires from the battery to starter. Refer to an EZ-GO wiring diagram to help trace the wires to the correct location. Locate the backup buzzer; on some models it is near the starter switch.

  4. 4

    Locate the backup buzzer as well as the wire connection running to the contact on or near the starter. Pull the buzzer wire free from the contact. Use a pair of pliers if necessary, to help in disconnecting the buzzer wire.

  5. 5

    Replace the seat over the battery compartment. Follow the manufacturers recommendations for starting and placing the cart in reverse to test that the buzzer has been disconnected.

Tips and warnings

  • Use caution when disconnecting the backup buzzer as it is a safety feature of the cart. Be aware of people behind or near you when operating a cart with no backup buzzer.

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