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Old 04-26-2010, 11:03 AM   #1
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Default lifted g22, blown fuse issue since controller upgrade

Hello,

Posted in elect yamaha as well. Thanks for looking.

I am hoping one of you may have some insight for a problem I was troubleshooting yesterday. My friends father has a nice 2005 g22 cart modified for off road use. He was complaining it had no power. It ran but had no torque. I had my buddy bring the cart to my house a while back and found the place that sold him the cart did not upgrade the controller. We added a 500a alltrax, full set of 4ga wires and a heavy duty solenoid. Everything seemed fine. Took it back to the farm. Last week his father declared it was "dead." I went to take a look yesterday and found a weatherproof fuse holder in the factory harness near the solenoid/comtroller. It contaned a 3a auto style fuse that was blown. Replaced the fuse and everything worked fine.

My basic question is- does this fuse need to be changed to a higher amp fuse since the controller upgrade? The alltrax directions are somewhat generic and made no mention. The controller is set to 85%.

Thanks for the help. I don't know much about the yamahas and my friends father could tear up an anvil with a rubber mallet.

thanks in advance
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Old 04-26-2010, 11:19 AM   #2
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Default Re: lifted g22, blown fuse issue since controller upgrade

got through to alltrax and found the fuse needs to be upgraded and the ignition wire requires some modification as well. Will leave thread intact in hopes it may help someone else.
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Default Re: lifted g22, blown fuse issue since controller upgrade

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got through to alltrax and found the fuse needs to be upgraded and the ignition wire requires some modification as well. Will leave thread intact in hopes it may help someone else.
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