Battery cables are vital to the golf cart in more ways than you realize. Your coach runs off of a total of 36 volts. That, however, is the bare minimum. At 35 volts, the buggy is not going to run at all. How is this possible? Most customers are thrown off the first time they hear this. The cart runs on an overcharge that the charger puts on the batteries. Your 36-volt battery pack, when fully charged, rests right about 42 volts. Your caddie can run all day on that 6 to 7 volts of overcharge. But if one of the cables in the E-Z-GO Six-Gauge Battery Cable Set goes faulty, it can drop the voltage anywhere from 6 to 36 volts. This all depends on which cable fails.This EZGO cable kit is straightforward to install. You are more than prepared if you have a set of sockets and a half hour to kill. Remember to take the seat off so you do not have to prop it up, and you are good to go. Call Buggies Unlimited for your golf cart parts and accessories now.