There is quite a bit of power to be had in your battery. The 12-volt monster starts and runs your engine with ease. The machine does recharge it during the generating phase, but that is not the most excellent way to charge a battery. All this to and fro happens over a couple of battery cables and a Harley Davidson 12V 4-Terminal Solenoid for 79-98 caddies. That is a lot of stress on just a few golf cart parts, especially that relay. You are going to end up replacing it several times throughout your vehicle's life. They are not expensive, and having a few on the shelf can be a real lifesaver. When it gives up the ghost, that's it for the coach. It is kaput until you get that part replaced.The golf cart solenoid is a straightforward part to replace. You have two large terminals with heavy cables and two smaller terminals with wires. Just label everything before taking things apart, and you will have zero issues. Call Buggies Unlimited today with any questions.