Keeping your coach charged is a critical task. Your cart must have its given voltage to run. What that means is if you have a 36-volt system, your vehicle will not function appropriately at 35.9 volts, and at 34 volts, it's not going to run at all. Your device overcharges your pack to around 42 volts depending on the charger. Your caddie will run all day on that six volts of overcharge. However, if your unit cannot deliver any of its recharge, you will be dead in the water. Make certain parts like the PowerWise 50-Amp Fuse are in good condition. If the receptacle on your golf cart has any issues, it will pop that fuse as fast as the charger will. Ensure you get everything you need and fix the problem the first go-round.This golf cart fuse is not a hard part to install. It is located under the seat in the battery compartment. You will need to disassemble the charging receptacle, but that is only a few screws. Call Buggies Unlimited today.