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Old 05-28-2013, 06:56 PM   #1
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I found the cause of the back fire issue on the cart, the plate was staying open. The cable that goes from the pedal to the carb is about 1/4" to short. The cable measures 32".
What cable are y'all using and what source did y'all get it from? I have a lift on my cart and I think that is the issue. I called about four local golf cart shops today and got the lecture from all of them on how I should not by pass the go governor (ya ya ya), but no one could come up with the cable. I then went to local lawn mower shops and pretty much got told if don't say husqy or Deere on it we don't got it (spit). I try to find cable making material so I could make my own but the was fruitless.

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Old 05-28-2013, 07:13 PM   #2
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K why kinda/ year Yamaha you have...the cable should go from your pedal to the gov...then another cable goes from gov to carb...and I've never had to change one out because of a lift because they are both adjustable...
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Old 05-28-2013, 07:18 PM   #3
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Old 05-28-2013, 07:26 PM   #4
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K why kinda/ year Yamaha you have...the cable should go from your pedal to the gov...then another cable goes from gov to carb...and I've never had to change one out because of a lift because they are both adjustable...
I bypassed the gov. My cable goes straight from the pedal to the carb as this is what all the cool kids are doing, wink wink.

I called two of the site sponsors with both referring me to local shops. And also if I can get a part number or other I info that may help with telling them what I want.
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Old 05-28-2013, 07:28 PM   #5
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Oh I gotcha...well I can't give ya a part number from Yamaha( as I am a Yamaha dealer and we don't bypass anything of course) for a cable just for that...sorry I couldn't help ya out more
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Oh I gotcha...well I can't give ya a part number from Yamaha( as I am a Yamaha dealer and we don't bypass anything of course) for a cable just for that...sorry I couldn't help ya out more
Thanks for looking. I have learned a lot about my cart lately. I do want to find the cone filter for the carb if you can help with that.
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I called two of the site sponsors with both referring me to local shops. And also if I can get a part number or other I info that may help with telling them what I want.
cool ... i found this, it seems strange but it says 323/4 "
Accelerator Cable for YAMAHA 4 CYCLE GAS
G16 - G22 MODELS
MEASURES 32 3/4" LONG
THIS IS AN AFTER MARKET CABLE
YAMAHA Assigned Part OEM # JN6-F631201


http://www.justgolfcarts.com/accayagasg1g.html

hope this helps .. if not don't beat me
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Old 05-28-2013, 08:35 PM   #8
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On the Yamahas',I bypass the governor by making a tab that both cables hook to,instead of hooking thru the governor.I use a piece of heavy-guage tin(just under 1/8",but 1/8" will work)drill 2 holes about 7/8" apart,and connect the 2 cables from the governor to the plate.Then check your throttle for travel,and also butterfly-closure,adj. as necessary.Works great,done a few of them this way now.Hope this helps.
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cool ... i found this, it seems strange but it says 323/4 "
Accelerator Cable for YAMAHA 4 CYCLE GAS
G16 - G22 MODELS
MEASURES 32 3/4" LONG
THIS IS AN AFTER MARKET CABLE
YAMAHA Assigned Part OEM # JN6-F631201


http://www.justgolfcarts.com/accayagasg1g.html

hope this helps .. if not don't beat me
DISCLAIMER: Installation of golf cart accessories should be handled by a professional. Just Golf Carts assumes no liability for injuries or damage as a result of any vehicle modifications. The Buyer agrees to indemnify and hold Just Golf Carts harmless from and against any and all claims for loss or damage arising out of the acts or omissions of failure to act of the Buyer or any of its agents, servants or contractors in connection with the rendering of services by the Buyer, and for all claims of or damage to property or injury or death of any person directly or indirectly resulting there from, including cost and reasonable attorney fees.

That would be perfect....thanks. Other than the disclaimer it should be perfect. The part about PROFESIONAL and DEATH reall y caught my eye.
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On the Yamahas',I bypass the governor by making a tab that both cables hook to,instead of hooking thru the governor.I use a piece of heavy-guage tin(just under 1/8",but 1/8" will work)drill 2 holes about 7/8" apart,and connect the 2 cables from the governor to the plate.Then check your throttle for travel,and also butterfly-closure,adj. as necessary.Works great,done a few of them this way now.Hope this helps.
Do u mind snapping a pic. That sounds interesting.
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