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Old 10-12-2012, 05:49 PM   #1
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Default G1 yamaha cart a no go

No click from solenoids. White rodgers type 586-317111 Think they are the wrong ones.
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37v plus Power to them measured at the small terminals when foot pedal is depressed.

Batts are good


If If I jump power across the the two big terminals should it go?
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Old 10-12-2012, 06:51 PM   #2
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Default Re: G1 yamaha cart a no go

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No click from solenoids. White rodgers type 586-317111 Think they are the wrong ones.
http://www.buggiesunlimited.com/golf...1%201141%2036V

37v plus Power to them measured at the small terminals when foot pedal is depressed.

Batts are good


If If I jump power across the the two big terminals should it go?
Useually those solenoids are 'backwards" from the Oem Yamaha solonoids. Yamaha's have "normally closed" faceing to the forward (front of the car) and the "energizing wires (black's and yellow and lite blue) attatched to the backside of the solenoid. see if yo can read "normally open and normally closed" on the new solenoids. You may need to rewire to make them work. Good luck
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Useually those solenoids are 'backwards" from the Oem Yamaha solonoids. Yamaha's have "normally closed" faceing to the forward (front of the car) and the "energizing wires (black's and yellow and lite blue) attatched to the backside of the solenoid. see if yo can read "normally open and normally closed" on the new solenoids. You may need to rewire to make them work. Good luck
They worked for the two years I have owned it. They were in it when I bought it. Look pretty new.

Will reverse the wires and see if works tomorrow.
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