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This wil possibly be either an issue with the cup holder itself or the sprung mounting clips on the actual heater. Some cup holder slots are designed for larger 'Jumbo' cups so the hole is too big for the heater body to grip enough. Another reason could be the spring loaded "legs" on the heater base may be weak or faulty. All I can suggest is contact Mr Heater directly to see if they supply an adapter of some type.

Golf | Answered on Jan 04, 2021


Charger won't shut off - Buggies Gone Wild Golf Cart Forum

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Sep 27, 2010 - 7 posts - ‎2 authors
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  1. You did the right thing, you almost always start with the batteries first. However, it may be the controller. The speed of an electric golf cart is determined by the speed controller. Problems with this part may be trickier to diagnose and repair. This YouTube video shows you how to replace one: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=azWblmoGAJs I hope this helps you out! Rhonda

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You need a new battery then. Or look at the wires. Do they all connect?

Golf | Answered on Nov 30, 2020


Firstly is never add water to a discharged battery as the level will rise during charging. If the battery overflows, the sulphuric acid electrolyte causes the sort of corrosion it is difficult to stop or get rid of...
Heat generated during charge/discharge and natural evaporation causes some evaporation and adding a little (preferably) distilled water to a fully charged battery

If the battery electrolyte has been allowed to fall so much a cell appears dry, begin the recharging process on a low current checking the electrolyte level every few hours; if after around 12 hours the plates still appear dry add about an egg-cupful of water and repeat...

Eventually the electrolyte level will be correct - either a quarter to a half inch above the plates depending on the size of the battery or if there is an indicator, level with it. Once the electrolyte level is correct and it has been on charge for a few hours and then allowed to stand until cool the state of charge and battery condition should be checked with a hydrometer.
A healthy battery has each cell with a similar hydrometer reading within a very small margin and is close to the gravity of the original fill, typically 1250/1260.

Golf | Answered on Nov 15, 2020


It isn't unusual for a fuel haze to hover outside the carb of a high performance engine but a golf cart engine is definitely not that.

A more detailed description would have been helpful.

On the face of things, it suggests the piston is rising on the compression stroke while the intake valve is still open but slipped timing is very unlikely.

The only other time when fuel is commonly blown from a carb is when the engine kicks back during starting and will spin backwards a revolution or two. Over-advanced ignition timing or a lean air/fuel mixture can cause this.

If it was ok before the new carb it would be a good idea to revisit that fitment, comparing the settings with the original...

Golf | Answered on Nov 15, 2020


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I don't know the answer but usually the steering track rods are adjustable even on the most basic of vehicles.

If due to neglect on the part of the designer the track rods aren't adjustable, some part of the suspension/steering must be adjustable - suspension arms for instance.

If there genuinely is no provision for adjustment (that is difficult to imagine) and the alignment is incorrect - the words of my college tutor come to mind, "if all else fails, use the body jack to twist things until the alignment is correct".

Golf | Answered on Nov 04, 2020


Corrosion by break pedal. Clean and lubricate

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What are the jumper wires there one for the big connections and one for the small
Look like a fuse

DB Electrical... | Answered on Oct 28, 2020


Here is a download of the service manual. Page 11-1 has a schematic showing where the fuses are.
https://rmigolfcarts.files.wordpress.com/2010/09/yamahag22eowners.pdf

Golf | Answered on Sep 14, 2020


I have same problem with my ruff and tuff. I bought brand new batteries and will not charge.

Golf | Answered on Sep 14, 2020


Mostly a low battery warning light.

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