No. Of course your engine is all sealed off, however there are some critical electrical parts that can get wet in the process of washing a motor or going through a puddle. If any electrical components get wet, wait until the motor dries before trying to crank it over. This will avoid any problems in the future.Click to see full answer. Also asked, can you drive a golf cart in the rain?Most golf carts can be used in wet conditions. Golf carts are equipped with wipers and a roof but you need to pay attention to the batteries. Make sure they are locked away properly so they don’t get wet. Here are some things to be aware of before you drive off in the rain.Similarly, can you spray golf cart batteries with water? Golf cart batteries will leak acid as they lose their charge, so they need to be cleaned and re-watered with distilled water as well as charged often to reduce the risk of battery destruction by sulfation. Similarly, it is asked, can I wash my electric golf cart? Re: Washing Electric Golf Cart They do not need to be washed and can be damaged with water. Make sure the battery caps are secure. Spray on a battery cleaner and let it work for 10 minutes and rinse off. Use a leaf blower or compressed air to dry.How do you shine a golf cart?For regular washing, we recommend using a car wash soap, a soft-tip brush, and a UNGER or similar DI water filtering system. Dry only with microfiber towels. Cotton and other fibers can scratch gel coat paint and clear coat, acrylic windshields, and clear vinyl enclosures. Also, we do not recommend using glass cleaner.