As the charge in your caddie falls, so does the performance. The voltage and amperage are critical in making things work, and when they slip, you are in for drag feet speeds. When you have an issue with the 36-Volt 2-Prong DC Receptacle, you may not even notice it at first. A lot of customers only use their coaches 15-20 minutes a day. If this is the case, you will not see that you are not charging for over a week. Unless you are standing out there listening to it hum, there is no way to know if it's working. A lot of times, it can still hum and not charge. You will just get on it one day, and it won't do anything when you hit the pedal.This golf cart receptacle is used in a multitude of different applications. They were assigned to the early Club Cars and the EZGO models; Harley and Columbia were also on this charger plug train. Don't forget about Yamaha, who used it on every G-model up to a specific year. Call Buggies Unlimited today.