Service

Bulldog Golf Cart Service and repair shop picture
Full service/repair shop
  • Club Car
  • EZ-GO
  • Yamaha
  • Other
Bulldog Supply Golf Carts Service Department
Electrical Repairs
  • Motors
  • Controllers
  • Batteries
  • Harnesses, Etc.
Bulldog Golf Carts Annual services
Annual Services
  • $79.95 Plus
  • Thoroughly inspection
  • Notation of future repairs/services
  • Lubrication
Bulldog Golf Carts Trojan Batteries on sale
Batteries replacement

We carry and stock:

  • Trojan
  • Crown

At Bulldog Golf Carts a mechanic working on a golf cartNo matter what the problem is, we can fix it!
Mechanical, Electrical, and you name it, we can fix it
We do any electrical repairs
Controllers, Harnesses, Lighting,
Chargers, Or any other electrical issues on any model golf carts
Bulldog Golf Carts Motor DisassembledMechanical repairs:
We can do all your repairs in one place:
Motors, Differentials Axles, Suspensions, Brakes, Rotors, Steering columns, and you name it
Bulldog Supply Annual Service ChecklisAnnual Service for only $79.95

  • At Bulldog Golf Carts a mechanic working on a golf cartTaking care of recommended maintenance services, it will prevent your golf cart from major expenses and repairs.
  • Schedule your Annual Service TODAY for only $79.95 with Free Pick-Up and Delivery

 

  • Tune-ups/Maintenance
  • Tune-ups for both Gas & Electric are an important annual function. An annual inspection on your golf car is much the same as going to your Dentist. Not only will the Dentist clean your teeth, they find out if something is wrong when it is small and easy to fix. Getting your golf car inspected once a year can be a very inexpensive way to maintain your golf car and fix any problems when they are small. And it’s painless.
Bulldog Golf Cart Service speed sensor replacement

Gas & Electric cars annually require the following:

Pressure wash car, undercarriage, batteries, Brakes inspected, cleaned and adjusted Increase tire pressure Grease points greased Check differential oil levels Check steering for tightness and wear Tighten all front suspension and check for wear on springs, spindles, bushings, etc.

Specific to electric golf cars:

Clean all battery tops with water and baking soda Remove and clean all battery cables, change as required

Top up water levels in batteries Spray battery cables with Battery Protective Spray Charge batteries, inspect battery charger for proper operation

Check battery trays for rotting/corrosion due to overfilling Every 8-12 years chargers do have parts that wear out and will need to be rebuilt when they quit working

Specific to Gas golf cars:

Oil change and filter Air filter change Fuel filters and spark plug changed as required Check and change all belts as required Check battery charging Inspect Starter Generator brushes Inspect fuel pump for leaks Inspect clutch for wear or rattling Inspect carburetors for proper operation and clean if necessary Refer to your owner’s manual or local dealer for specifics about your car.

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