Your vehicle has to have a minimum of 36-volts to run. We know, we could almost hear the "duh" from here. What we mean is that at 35-volts, your caddie is not going to run. Is it making more sense now? When you charge your batteries, the resting voltage comes up to about 42 volts. Your coach will run all day on that six volts of overcharge. If you put a voltmeter on your batteries and it reads 36.0, you might as well be below an eighth of a tank of gas on a car. If even one of the Club Car or Yamaha 36-Volt 6-Gauge Battery Cables goes faulty, the machine will be undrivable. You could be looking at a voltage drop anywhere from one battery to the whole pack.This golf cart battery cable set comes with all the cables that connect the batteries. There are two other cables on the pack; one connects to the solenoid and the controller. Neither one of these cables comes with the kit. If you need those as well, call and ask an expert at Buggies Unlimited to help.