Installing a light bar on your golf cart can be a great way to improve your visibility on the golf course. In this post, we will show you how to install a light bar on your electric golf cart.
Steps to Install Light Bar on Golf Cart
Follow these simple steps to install a led light bar on a golf cart.
Step 1: Remove the Old Headlights
If you have an older golf cart that uses headlights, you’ll first need to remove the old ones. Depending on the model of a golf cart, this may involve removing screws or bolts or simply pulling them out.
Once the headlights are removed, you can begin the installation process.
Step 2: Install the Light Bar Bracket
Installing the light bar bracket on your golf cart is the next step in getting your cart ready for use. The bracket is made out of strong, yet lightweight, metal and attaches to the golf cart using four screws.
Once the bracket is installed, you can attach your light bar to it using the included hardware.
Step 3: Mount the Light Bar
Now that you have the light bar installed, it is time to mount it to the golf cart. There are a few different ways to do this, but the easiest is to use the included mounting brackets.
Simply attach the brackets to the front and rear of the light bar, and then tighten the bolts. Be sure to orient the light bar so that the light is shining forward.
Step 4: Connect the Wiring
In this step, you will need to connect the wiring to the light bar. Start by removing the light cover.
Then, locate the wiring harness and remove it from the light. Next, connect the wiring to the light bar using the provided connectors.
Finally, replace the light cover and enjoy your new light bar!
Step 5: Test the Lights
After installing the light bar, it is important to test it to ensure that it is working properly.
To do this, turn on the lights and check to see if they are working properly. If there are any issues with the light bar, please contact the manufacturer for assistance.
You have now successfully installed a light bar on your golf cart!
Rick Woods is a golf enthusiast and golf player. He likes to write articles related to golf to help juniors. In this blog, he writes articles on rangefinders as he has first-hand experience with the gadget.