E-Z-GO Electric 4-Gauge Heavy-Duty Weld Cable Set (Fits 1988-1994)
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Using #4 gauge welding cable lets more current flow, allowing additional power. We've included pre-made cables for all of your electrical system connections, not just your batteries.
- Fits 1988-1994.5 E-Z-GO Marathon models
- Recommended for high speed/torque motors
- Wiring diagram included
- Can be used to simply replace stock cables for enhanced performance
- For use with non-regen golf carts
Fitments Fitment Questions
Power (Gas or Electric)
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Questions & Answers
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Will this fix my wires heating up?
BEST ANSWER: Hi Darrell, Mike is correct in his response above. Upgrading to the 4-gauge cables will solve some issues, but may not fix it completely.
Does this kit work with 1989 EZGO Marathon using the resistor coil ?
BEST ANSWER: I used this kit on a 1988 EZGO Marathon, which also has a resister coil. It works. The only problem was, the company said the kit comes with a guide for where the cables go. It doesn’t. I contacted customer care and there response was sorry you can call our customer care and they can help you. So I just ended up replacing the worst cables with similar lengths. Some of my bolts on top of the coil were seized up and I didn’t want to break them off so I didn’t replace a couple of them.
3.3 / 5.0
Colors didn’t match instructions
Does what it’s supposed to. Colors of cables didn’t match instructions I received
February 26, 2019
9 months ago
9 months ago
Can't speak to the heating problem yet. My'88 Easy Go is being rebuilt. The cables are heavy & what I expected but MUCH too long.
December 14, 2018
Good cable set.....
The lugs are a little big. I had to trim the edges a so they wouldn't touch each other on the accelerator studs 89 Marathon. Other than that they are fine. For the price, you can't beat them. Remove the heat shrink and solder the crimps to keep acid out of the cables.
March 13, 2014