How to Install Turn Signals on a Club Car Golf Cart

Turn signals are essential safety features that can improve the overall driving experience of your Club Car golf cart. While some models come with factory-installed turn signals, others may not. In this guide, we will walk you through the process of installing turn signals on a Club Car golf cart.

Tools and Materials Needed:

  1. Turn signal kit (specific to Club Car golf cart models)
  2. Screwdriver
  3. Wire stripper
  4. Wire connectors
  5. Electrical tape
  6. Drill and drill bits (if required)
  7. Zip ties

Step-by-step Guide:

Step 1: Choose a Turn Signal Kit The first step is to choose a turn signal kit compatible with your Club Car golf cart. You can find these kits online or at a local golf cart accessory store. Make sure the kit includes turn signal lights, a wiring harness, a turn signal switch, and a flasher relay.

Step 2: Disconnect the Battery For safety purposes, disconnect the battery of your golf cart before beginning the installation process. This will prevent any accidental short circuits or electrical damage.

Step 3: Install the Turn Signal Lights Find a suitable location for the front and rear turn signal lights. Make sure they are visible and comply with any local regulations. Using the provided brackets or hardware, mount the turn signal lights. You may need to drill holes to secure the brackets if necessary.

Step 4: Install the Turn Signal Switch Choose a location on the steering column or dashboard for the turn signal switch. This should be easily accessible to the driver. Drill a hole or use the provided hardware to mount the switch securely.

Step 5: Install the Flasher Relay Find a location near the turn signal switch for the flasher relay. This is typically mounted under the dashboard or near the steering column. Secure the relay using zip ties or the provided hardware.

Step 6: Connect the Wiring Following the wiring diagram provided with your turn signal kit, connect the wiring harness to the turn signal lights, switch, and flasher relay. Use wire connectors and a wire stripper to make secure connections. Wrap any exposed wires with electrical tape to prevent short circuits.

Step 7: Test the Turn Signals Reconnect the battery and test the turn signals. Make sure the lights are flashing correctly and the turn signal switch is functioning properly. If there are any issues, recheck your connections and refer to the wiring diagram to troubleshoot.

Step 8: Secure and Tidy Up Once you have confirmed that the turn signals are working correctly, use zip ties to secure any loose wires and keep them organized. Ensure all components are securely fastened, and no wires are exposed or rubbing against any sharp edges.


Turn Signal Parts

Part NameDescriptionQuantity NeededCost per UnitTotal Cost
Turn Signal KitIncludes wiring harness, lights, and switch1$60$60
Flasher RelayControls the speed of the turn signal flashing1$10$10
Battery Cable KitConnects the turn signal kit to the golf cart1$25$25
FusesProtects the electrical system from overload2$2$4
Wire ConnectorsJoins wires together securely10$0.25$2.50

 Tools Needed

Tool NameDescription
Wire CuttersUsed to cut wires
Wire StrippersRemoves insulation from wires
Crimping ToolUsed to attach wire connectors to wires
Soldering IronUsed to melt solder to join wires permanently
Heat GunUsed to shrink heat shrink tubing over connectors
Screwdriver SetUsed to remove screws and bolts

Turn Signal Installation Steps

Step NumberInstallation Step
1Disconnect the battery to avoid electrical shock or damage to the cart’s electrical system.
2Mount the turn signal kit to the steering column or dashboard using the screws provided.
3Connect the turn signal kit’s wiring harness to the golf cart’s electrical system according to the instructions provided.
4Install the flasher relay in a convenient location near the turn signal kit using screws or adhesive.
5Install the battery cable kit by connecting the positive and negative cables to the battery terminals and running the other end to the turn signal kit’s wiring harness.
6Test the turn signals to ensure they are working properly by turning on the golf cart’s ignition and using the turn signal switch. Adjust the flasher relay as needed for the desired speed.
7Use wire ties or clips to secure any loose wires and ensure they are not touching any moving parts of the golf cart.
8Reconnect the battery and enjoy your new turn signals!

Troubleshooting Tips

Turn signals not flashingCheck the flasher relay and replace if necessary. Ensure the wiring connections are secure and correct.
Turn signals flashing too quicklyReplace the flasher relay with a slower one. Check for loose or damaged wiring connections.
Turn signals not working at allCheck the wiring connections and fuses. Ensure the turn signal switch is functioning properly.

Safety Precautions

Safety PrecautionExplanation
Disconnect the battery before beginning installationThis will prevent electrical shock and damage to the cart’s electrical system.
Wear safety glasses and gloves when cutting and stripping wiresThis will protect your eyes and hands from metal fragments and insulation fibers.
Avoid touching the golf cart’s electrical system with bare handsThis will prevent electrical shock and damage to the cart’s electrical system.



Installing turn signals on your Club Car golf cart can improve safety and make your cart street-legal in many areas. By following this guide and using a compatible turn signal kit, you can enhance your golf cart’s functionality and enjoy a safer driving experience. Always check local regulations to ensure compliance with all applicable laws and requirements.


  • Ray Barnes

    Ray Barnes, our Senior Staff Writer and a Golf Analyst with a PhD in Sports Analytics, is a beacon of insight in the golfing world. With a deep understanding of the sport's nuances, statistical analysis, and a talent for demystifying complexities, he provides in-depth analysis and captivating narratives that engage golf enthusiasts worldwide.

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