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beachbum22 12-06-2012 03:11 AM

2009 Yamaha electric cart problem
 
Hi, just bought a 2009 yamaha golf cart!, the problem i am having is when i move the switch to forward or reverse and the key on the cart wont move?
the batteries are fully charged.My friend came over and switched the tow/ run switch a couple of times and then the forward/ reverse started working? after that we drove the cart for a couple of miles, got home and put on charger again!the next day went to drive the cart same problem? wont move in forward/ or reverse. Iam lost any ideas its under warranty and the shop says they cant find a problem? its working fine for them? they still have the cart in the shop. Thank you for your help?

smallblock450sl 12-06-2012 10:16 AM

Re: 2009 Yamaha electric cart problem
 
Sorry to hear your haveing problems. Yes, if it won't "acted up" at the shop, it makes it much harder to diagnoss, even if there using a "Genuis" reader. I do want to add, if your trying to "reset" the controller with the run/tow switch, leave it tow for 5 minutes, that will alow all the energy to drain out of the capacitors in the controller and hopefully rest the controller. My gut feeling...the "stop switch" at the pedal is intermitent. Good luck

beachbum22 12-07-2012 05:48 AM

Re: 2009 Yamaha electric cart problem
 
Thank You for your help!
is the switch hard to replace? and any idea the location of this switch?
Thank You!!

Courtesycartguy227 12-07-2012 05:13 PM

Re: 2009 Yamaha electric cart problem
 
I would say its the stop switch to. Its not that hard to replace take the plastic rivets out of the floor mat, lift it up and out of the way, remove the plate from over the padel and you will see the stop switch behind the brake pedal. Two screws hold it on. Also I would check the throttle switch beside the gas pedal too.


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