I have a Clubbers electric golf trolley, and sounds like the relay has gone or the controller trolley. I’m after a new connector trolley that would fit however can’t seem to find one as one of the cables has 5 pins? Do you have a picture of the pins for the one you have for sale that is SIG T2D3-J-12V? Any help would be great, thank you
Golf trolleys will need to have compatible controllers and handle circuits in order for them to work. Saying that they also need compatible wired connections between these components. I know there were a few different models of Clubbers golf trolley, so for your version of the Clubbers trolley you would have to check on the handle circuit and the controller serial numbers. This would give me an idea if your trolley is compatible and whether I can supply any spare parts for it.
I have acquired a clubbers trolley but the charger appears not to light up I believe it may need a new charger, do you have one which would fit? Believe it is a three-pin circular type.
The golf trolley battery charger I sell on the online store for the Clubbers golf trolley is a perfect fit and is the 3 pin round connector.
I’ve bought a clubber golf trolley with a 12 volt 6DZF22 Chilwee Chinese golf battery. I bought a charger from you last week because I don’t think the charger sent with the trolley was working. The battery is turning the wheels of the trolley but not a great push behind it. Is a 12-volt battery enough for this trolley. Any guidance much appreciated.
I supply spares for the previous trolleys I used to build and sell. But I will try to see if there is anything I can shed light on for you.
I suspect the trolley is like the one in the photo I have attached. As for the battery, and 12 volts will be correct. The Ah is only the capacity. If it lasts the full round then it should? be ok. It is probably worth borrowing a different battery if possible just to see if the slow trolley performance is still there. Presuming the wheel clutches are working ok, the slow speed may come from the motor. I would try to find out if there is a burnt smell coming from the motor, in case it’s been run while being held e.g. left against a wall running, etc.
Occasionally a faulty golf trolley controller can cause the trolley to be slow, but if it scrolls and runs through the speeds uniformly then I suspect the electric motor may be at fault.
The trolley was perfectly ok – the coronavirus struck! After lock-down I checked the trolley over and put the battery on charge, but the lights on the control panel failed to light, the motor wouldn’t run but the battery had 13+ volts. There are 13+ volts going from the battery to the box under the battery tray, but still no lights. I checked your site for spares and you show one that seems to be very similar, i.e. S1G-12V-T2D3-J the bar code has been scuffed and what I presume is a date code is different 2017/3/22 NO 9. Please can you help me? Is the fault likely to be this box?
Thanks for the perfect explanation of your trolley fault. Knowing the power is OK and getting to the controller box connector. Then I would think it is likely to be the controller box at fault. Assuming there are no breaks in the wires and the handle circuit is not causing a connector issue (in this type of case it’s most likely the controller).
The handle circuit model will determine the controller box model and if the circuit is a D64186 then the controller would have to be the S1G-T2D3-J-12V controller box. (Store product code SKU108)
The problem with the trolley may be the circuit board right enough. The support website mentions it is recommended to replace the two at the same time, controller, and circuit together. This is due to one component can affect the other. (Controller SIG-T2D3-J-12 must have the circuit D64186)
OK now I have the part but the trolley still doesn’t work. I have checked the continuity to the handle control unit, all ok, so it must be the handle control unit?