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Old 02-27-2011, 07:28 PM   #1
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Default My 99 Yamaha G16E 36V has some electrical problems

Hello,

I have a 99 yamaha G16E 36 volt. I have been chasing a electrical problem for a while now. Talked to 2 or 3 golf cart techs to see if they can help but, still nothing. Here is the problem;

I first started out with a stock golf cart, I use it on the farm a lot, driving around the fence line killing weeds. I stop and go a lot. I notice, when I stop and try to go again, I push the pedal down and the cart doesn't move. Its dead, no sound from the motor or electrical or anything. I give it about 30-45 seconds and push the pedal back down to take off and it takes off. Runs fine when it goes. It doesn't do this all the time just about every other time I stop. Sometimes I turn the key on and Press the pedal and nothing. When I put it in reverse, and the buzzer goes off load, I press the pedal down the cart doesn't move but the load buzzing noice from the reverse horn get lower in sound, and you can barely hear the reverse buzzer. Not sure what this is, can anyone help.

This is what I have changed since the problem started,

New batteries
New 36 volt, Super Duty 400 amp continuous, 1000 amp peak Solenoid. With a Precharged resistor and a 3 amp diode.
New 36 volt, Solid State Speed Controller (GE) 500 amp series
New 4 gauge welding cable set
Jakes long travel lift kit w/ 23x14x10 wheels and tires
cargo box on back.

Note: this problem started before I installed all the parts and Im still having this problem now with all the new parts.
All the stock wiring is really good condition. The only thing I haven't replace is the motor.

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Old 02-27-2011, 07:49 PM   #2
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Default Re: My 99 Yamaha G16E 36V has some electrical problems

I think there is a micro on the peddle? If so, I would change it out.
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Old 02-27-2011, 08:07 PM   #3
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Default Re: My 99 Yamaha G16E 36V has some electrical problems

Thanks, I will try doing that. Yeah, I was messing with that the other day. You can push it in fine but, I think that I will change it out and see what happens.
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Old 02-27-2011, 09:19 PM   #4
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Default Re: My 99 Yamaha G16E 36V has some electrical problems

.... they do go intermittent before completely failing? Often.
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Old 02-27-2011, 09:35 PM   #5
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Default Re: My 99 Yamaha G16E 36V has some electrical problems

I ordered all the upgrades because a tech guy out of Florida told me that my controller was going out. So, I upgraded. I wish he would have told me that it was my stop switch assembly like you said it was. It's a lot cheaper to replace than the upgrade. I went ahead and ordered one tonight so, that maybe it will fix the headache.
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Default Re: My 99 Yamaha G16E 36V has some electrical problems

Did your stop switch fix your problem?
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Default Re: My 99 Yamaha G16E 36V has some electrical problems

I have the same problem in my g16e . How you resolve. Thanks
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