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48 volt Yamaha ydre 2008 I've cleaned every connection and just got new batteries. Accelerator pedal?. Solenoid?
I ran into the same problem a couple of months ago, and in my case, they said that it would be better just to replace it. I found at https://golferexpert.com/best-golf-driver-for-seniors/ several suitable options for a golf driver. But you should consult the repair service, and maybe the solution will be less expensive.
Posted on Jan 28, 2019
My answer is I don't know regarding golf carts but generally a designer would arrange for a solenoid to be actuated by as constant a voltage as possible, especially if it is to be engaged for long periods. That is the only method to ensure consistent operation without danger of overheating. This is assuming the available voltage energises the soleniod.
I would expect the voltage across the main terminals would also be expected to be fairly constant so a predictable consistent performance can be provided over a long life.
You really need to consult a repair manual/wiring diagram. As a complete uninitiated golf cart layman I would expect the main solenoid switch to be switching the battery voltage which would then supply the speed and direction control board. I could be worng though!
Posted on May 02, 2016
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