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OWNER’S / OPERATOR’S
MANUAL
YDRA
4 STROKE GOLF CAR
Printed in U.S.A
2006-KCC
YAMAHA GOLF-CAR
COMPANY
1000 HWY 34 East
Newnan, GA 30265
770-254-4000
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WARNING
The engine exhaust from this product
contains chemicals known to the
State of California to cause cancer, birth
defects or other reproductive harm.
YAMAHA
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INTRODUCTION
Congratulations on your purchase of a
Yamaha golf car. This manual contains
information you will need for proper
operation, maintenance, and care of your
golf car. A thorough understanding of
these simple instructions will help you to
obtain maximum enjoyment from your
new Yamaha.
If you have any questions about the
operation or maintenance of your golf
car, please consult a Yamaha dealer.
YAMAHA GOLF-CAR COMPANY
YDRA OWNER’S/OPERATOR’S
MANUAL
© 2006 by Yamaha Golf-Car Company
1st Edition
All rights reserved. Any reprinting
or unauthorized use without the
written permission of
Yamaha Golf-Car Company
is expressly prohibited.
Printed in U.S.A.
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IMPORTANT MANUAL
INFORMATION
Particularly important information is
distinguished in this manual by the
following notations:
!
The Safety Alert Symbol means
ATTENTION! BE ALERT! YOUR
SAFETY IS INVOLVED!
Failure to follow WARNING
instructions could result in severe
injury or death to the golf car
occupants, a bystander, or a
person inspecting or repairing
the golf car.
NOTE:
Yamaha continually seeks
advancements in product design
and quality; therefore, while this
manual contains the most current
product information available at the
time of printing, there may be
minor discrepancies between your
golf car and this manual. If you
have any questions concerning this
manual, please consult your
Yamaha dealer.
●
●
This manual should be considered
a permanent part of your golf car
and should remain with the car
when resold.
CAUTION
This message describes special
precautions that must be taken to
avoid damage to the golf car.
Read and understand this manual
completely before operating your
golf car.
NOTE:
This message provides additional
key information.
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CONTENTS
WARRANTY
1
IMPORTANT LABELS
2
OPERATOR SAFETY
3
SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS
4
CONTROLS
5
PRE-OPERATION CHECKS
6
OPERATION
7
MAINTENANCE
8
STORAGE
9
SPECIFICATIONS
10
WIRING
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WARRANTY
YAMAHA LIMITED 3-YEAR
GOLF CAR WARRANTY
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
Yamaha Golf-Car Company hereby warrants that any
new YDRA gas or YDRE electric Yamaha golf car
purchased from an authorized Yamaha golf car dealer
in the United States will be free from defects in material
and workmanship for THREE years from date of
purchase, subject to the stated limitations.
DURING THE PERIOD OF WARRANTY any
authorized Yamaha golf car dealer will, free of charge,
repair or replace, at Yamaha’s option, any part
adjudged defective by Yamaha due to faulty workmanship or material from the factory. Parts used in
warranty repairs will be warranted for the balance of
the machine’s warranty period. All parts replaced
under warranty become property of Yamaha Golf-Car
Company.
GENERAL EXCLUSIONS from this warranty shall
include any failures caused by:
a. Abnormal strain, neglect, or abuse, including
lack of proper maintenance, and use contrary
to the Owner’s/Operator’s Manual instructions.
b. Accident or collision damage.
c. Installation of parts or accessories that are not
original equipment.
d. Fading, rust, or deterioration due to exposure
or ordinary wear and tear.
e. Modifications or alterations that affect the car’s
condition, operation, performance, or durability,
or which makes the car serve a purpose other
than use as a two-person, golf course vehicle.
f. Damage due to improper transportation.
g. Acts of God, i.e. lightning, hail damage,
flooding, fire, etc.
SPECIFIC EXCLUSIONS: The first year of warranty
shall cover the entire car except for the specific
exclusions below. Parts excluded from the second year
of warranty include the YDRA battery, body parts,
seats, mats, bumper assembly, bag carrier, scorecard
holder, and the trim. Parts excluded from the third year
of warranty include the second year exclusions and the
electrical system (except electronic speed controller,
battery charger, and electric motor), and control cables.
Other specific exclusions from this warranty shall
include any parts replaced due to normal wear or
routine maintenance, including oil and air filter elements, tire wear, spark plugs, starter and clutch drive
belts. Any charges incurred in transporting a golf car or
charger to and from an authorized Yamaha golf car
dealer for service or in performing field service is also
excluded from this warranty.
1-1
THE CUSTOMER’S RESPONSIBILITY under this
warranty shall be to:
1. Operate and maintain the golf car and charger as
specified in the appropriate Owner’s/Operator’s
Manual;
2. Give notice to an authorized Yamaha golf car
dealer of any and all apparent defects within ten
(10) days after discovery, and make the machine
or charger available at that time for inspection and
repairs by the dealer’s authorized representative.
WARRANTY TRANSFER: To transfer any remaining
warranty from the original purchaser to any subsequent
purchaser, it is imperative that the machine be inspected
and registered for warranty by an authorized Yamaha
golf car dealer. In order for this warranty to remain in
effect, this inspection and registration must take place
within ten (10) days after transfer. An inspection and
registration fee will be charged for this service.
YAMAHA GOLF-CAR COMPANY MAKES NO
OTHER WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESSED
OR IMPLIED. ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A
PARTICULAR PURPOSE WHICH EXCEED THE
OBLIGATIONS AND TIME LIMITS STATED IN THIS
WARRANTY ARE HEREBY DISCLAIMED BY
YAMAHA GOLF-CAR COMPANY AND EXCLUDED
FROM THIS WARRANTY.
SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOW LIMITATIONS ON
HOW LONG AN IMPLIED WARRANTY LASTS, SO
THE ABOVE LIMITATION MAY NOT APPLY TO
YOU. ALSO EXCLUDED FROM THIS WARRANTY
ARE ANY INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL
DAMAGES INCLUDING LOSS OF USE. SOME
STATES DO NOT ALLOW THE EXCLUSION OR LIMITATION OF INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL
DAMAGES, SO THE ABOVE EXCLUSION MAY NOT
APPLY TO YOU.
THIS WARRANTY GIVES YOU SPECIFIC LEGAL
RIGHTS, AND YOU MAY ALSO HAVE OTHER
RIGHTS, WHICH VARY, FROM STATE TO STATE.
Yamaha Golf-Car Company,
NEWNAN, GEORGIA 30265-1320
EFFECTIVE DATE: 10/01/06
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IMPORTANT LABELS
SAFETY AND
INSTRUCTION
LABELS
1
4
1
2
3
2
Y-924
Please read the following
labels carefully before
operating your golf car,
and promptly replace any
labels which become
damaged or removed.
1
3
4
5
6
7
8
Y-500a
9
4
WARNING
AVERTISSEMENT
Do not tamper
with governor
to increase
speed. Operation
at higher speeds
can cause loss
of control that
can result in
severe injury or
death.
YAMAHA
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Ne pas toucher au
régulateur afin
d’augmenter la
vitesse. Un
fonctionnement
à des vitesses
supérieures au
réglage initial
peut causer une
perte de contrôle
qui peut mener
à une blessure
grave, voire
fatale.
JN3-K8299-10
Y-764a
11
2-1
2-2
9
10
11
• Gasoline is extremely flammable.
• Keep heat, sparks and open flame
away from fuel tank and fuel lines.
• Do not add fuel while engine is
running or hot.
• Do not modify fuel system.
Services should be performed by
dealer or qualified personnel.
5
6
7
8
3
4
• Maintain oil level between dipstick “MIN”
and “MAX” marks.
2
Do not tamper with governor to
increase speed. Operation at
higher speeds can cause loss
of control that can result in
severe injury or death.
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• Use only SAE 10W-30, API service SE or SF.
USE REGULAR UNLEADED GASOLINE ONLY
Motor Oil Requirements:
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IMPORTANT LABELS
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IMPORTANT LABELS
1
GOLF CAR SERIAL
NUMBER
1
JWX-000000
The golf car serial number 1 is
identified in the location shown.
Y-910b
2
NOTE:
The first three digits of the serial
number are for model identification;
the remaining digits are the unit
production number. Keep a record
of these numbers for reference
when ordering parts from a Yamaha
Golf-Car Company dealer.
The engine serial number 2 is
affixed in the location shown.
4
5
II
III
II
III
I III
III
II
I
2
3
6
3 Engine Information
7
SM-03-399
8
3
9
THIS ENGINE MEETS **** - **** CALIFORNIA EMISSION REGULATIONS FOR OFF-ROAD ENGINES.
THIS ENGINE CONFORMS TO **(*****.******) U.S. EPA REGULATIONS FOR SMALL NONROAD ENGINES.
Y-851
10
Y-852A
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! OPERATOR SAFETY
Yamaha golf cars are designed to be
simple to operate. However, be sure
to observe the following:
1
BEFORE OPERATING
THE GOLF CAR
2
●
3
4
●
●
5
●
6
●
7
8
●
9
Y-68
Read this Owner’s/Operator’s
manual and all safety and instruction
labels on the golf car before
operating.
Perform the pre-operation checks
found in Section 6 of this manual.
Only authorized people should
drive the golf car, from the driver’s
side only, and only in designated
areas.
Do not allow more than two
occupants per seat. This golf car is
restricted to two occupants unless
equipped with a rear seat.
Do not operate the golf car while
under the influence of alcohol or
drugs; their affect on vision and
judgment make operating a golf
car dangerous.
Do not operate the golf car on
public streets, roads or highways
unless allowed by law or local
regulating authority.
WHILE OPERATING THE
GOLF CAR
10
●
11
●
Keep your entire body inside the
golf car, remain seated and hold
on when the car is in motion.
Do not start the golf car until all
occupants are seated.
Y-928
●
3-1
Keep your hands on the steering
wheel and your eyes on the path
ahead.
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! OPERATOR SAFETY
●
Use extra care in congested areas
or when backing up. Always back
up slowly, and watch carefully.
●
Avoid starting or stopping abruptly.
●
Vary the speed of the golf car to
match the terrain of the course.
●
Avoid turning the steering wheel
too sharply at higher speeds.
●
Always drive slowly straight up or
straight down slopes – never at an
angle.
1
2
3
4
5
Y-921
●
6
Do not run the engine indoors.
Exhaust gas is poisonous.
7
8
Y-922
●
Do not make any modification or
addition which affects capacity or
safe operation, or make any
changes not in accordance with
the owner’s/operator’s manual.
9
10
11
Y-923
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! SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
Like all machines, golf cars can
cause injury if improperly used or
maintained. This section contains
broad safety practices required for
safe golf car operation. Before golf
cars are operated, golf course
personnel should establish any
additional safety practices that may
be required for safe operation.
Experience has shown that golf
cars are safe when operated in
accordance with the safety warnings
affixed to every golf car. This safe
operation is enhanced when golf
cars are used according to the safety
rules and practices established to
meet the terrain and conditions of
the course they are used on.
Do Not Operate Golf Cars When
Under The Influence Of Alcohol Or
Drugs
GOLF COURSE SAFETY
SURVEY
Perform safety surveys regularly to
identify hazardous areas where golf
cars should not be operated.
GOLF COURSE HAZARD
PREVENTION
The following golf course hazards
must be made safe:
●
The information contained here is
intended for golf course personnel
responsible for golf car safety. If you
are responsible for the operation and
maintenance of this golf car, we
encourage you to implement this golf
car safety program.
DRIVER
QUALIFICATIONS
Allow only authorized people to
operate golf cars. It is recommended
that only people who possess a valid
motor vehicle driver’s license be
allowed to operate golf cars.
Place operation and safety
instructions recommended by the
golf car manufacturer, along with
the golf course safety rules, in a
conspicuous place near the golf car
rental area or golf car pick-up area.
It is also recommended that the
following warning be posted in a
conspicuous location:
4-1
Steep Grades. Where steep
grades exist, restrict golf cars to
designated golf car pathways
where possible. In addition,
identify steep grades with a
suitable warning like:
Steep Grade, Descend Slowly
With Foot On Brake
●
Sharp Turns, Blind Corners,
Bridge Approaches. Chain or
rope off these potentially
hazardous areas or identify them
with a suitable warning describing
the nature of the hazard and the
proper precautions to be taken to
avoid the hazard.
●
Wet Areas. Wet grass may cause
a golf car to lose traction and may
affect stability. Reduce speed in
wet areas or during periods of
inclement weather.
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! SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS
●
●
Loose Terrain. Loose terrain may
cause a golf car to lose traction
and may affect stability. Repair
loose terrain, chain or rope off
these areas, or identify loose
terrain with a suitable warning.
Golf Car and Pedestrian
Interference. Reroute golf car
traffic or pedestrian traffic in
congested areas wherever possible
to prevent accidents. If it is
impractical to reroute traffic, erect
warning signs to warn pedestrians
of golf car traffic, and to warn golf
car operators to drive slowly, use
caution and watch for pedestrians.
●
Parts and Materials. Use only
replacement parts and materials
recommended by the manufacturer.
●
Ventilation. Properly ventilate all
maintenance and storage areas in
accordance with applicable fire
codes and ordinances to avoid fire
hazards. Ventilation is required to
remove flammable vapors and
fumes from gasoline powered car
storage areas. Ventilation is also
required to remove hydrogen gas
from the car storage areas during
the battery charging process.
3
4
6
7
Practice the following to help ensure
the safety of golf car operators:
●
2
5
MAINTENANCE
REQUIRED FOR GOLF
CAR SAFETY
●
1
Preventative Maintenance.
Perform all scheduled
maintenance in accordance with
manufacturer’s recommendations
to provide the golfing patron with a
safe, properly operating golf car.
8
Personnel. Allow only qualified,
trained, and authorized personnel
to inspect, adjust and maintain golf
cars.
10
9
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! SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS
1
2
3
4
5
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
DURING MAINTENANCE
Record all maintenance performed
in a maintenance record log by
date, name of person performing
maintenance and type of
maintenance. Periodically inspect
maintenance log to ensure
accurate and complete entries.
●
Provide operator comment cards
to assist in identifying non-periodic
maintenance needs for specific
golf cars.
●
Maintain in a legible condition all
nameplates, warnings, and
instructions provided by the
manufacturer.
●
If new nameplates, warnings or
instructions are needed, contact
your Yamaha Golf-Car Company
dealer.
When performing maintenance, follow
all safety instructions contained in the
manufacturer’s operation and service
manuals, as well as the following
safety procedures:
●
Properly immobilize golf car before
beginning any maintenance.
●
Properly block chassis before
working underneath golf car.
●
6
Before disconnecting any part of the
fuel system, drain the applicable
part of the system to prevent fuel
leaks.
●
Avoid fire hazards, and have
appropriate fire protection
equipment available.
●
Before performing any maintenance,
disable the car’s electrical system in
accordance with the manufacturer’s
instructions.
FUEL HANDLING/
STORAGE AND
BATTERY CHARGING
●
Use only properly insulated tools
when working on electrically
powered golf cars or around
batteries.
Take the following precautions to
ensure maintenance worker safety:
7
8
9
10
●
●
11
Maintain all safety devices, including brakes, steering mechanisms,
warning devices and governors, in a
safe operating condition. Do not
modify these safety devices as
supplied by the manufacturer.
After each maintenance or repair,
the car must be driven by a
qualified, trained and authorized
person – in an area free of
pedestrian traffic – to ensure proper
operation and adjustment.
4-3
●
Supervise the storage and
handling of liquid fuels in
accordance with applicable fire
and safety requirements.
●
Only use battery charging facilities
and procedures that are in
accordance with applicable
ordinances and regulations.
●
Periodically inspect fueling to be
certain that applicable safety
codes, regulations and
procedures are being followed.
●
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CONTROLS
FEATURES
4
6
5
3
2
1
Y-916
8
7
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
a
b
c
d
e
f
g
h
i
1
Brake pedal
Parking brake pedal
Accelerator pedal
Steering wheel
Oil warning light
Main switch
Drive selector switch
Choke knob
Seat
Front cowl
Front tire
Front bumper
Battery
Rear cowl
Fuel shutoff valve
Fuel cap
Rear tire
Rear bumper
2
3
4
5
6
Y-903aa
7
9
13
12
16
18
11
Y-918
8
15
14
10
9
10
17
Y-919
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CONTROLS
MAIN SWITCH
1
The main switch controls the
following items:
2
OFF
ON
3
OFF
All electrical circuits are switched off.
The key can be removed only in this
position.
4
Y-912b
5
OFF
ON
ON
Electrical circuits are switched on.
The golf car can be driven.
6
7
Y-913b
8
OIL WARNING LIGHT
OFF
ON
9
A
10
When the engine oil level falls below
an acceptable level, this light comes
on.
CAUTION
Y-914
If the light comes on, stop the
engine, check the engine oil level
and add oil as necessary. (See
page 6-3).
11
å Oil warning light
5-2
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CONTROLS
DRIVE SELECT LEVER
The drive select lever is used to shift
the golf car into forward or reverse.
After coming to a complete stop,
move the lever to the desired
position.
Lever Position
Car Movement
F
FORWARD
R
REVERSE
Y-18
1
2
3
4
NOTE:
The back-up buzzer will beep when
the drive select lever is turned to “R.”
BEEP
5
6
7
Y-920
ACCELERATOR PEDAL
A
8
The accelerator pedal controls the
golf car’s speed.
Action
Y-20A
9
Car Speed
Depress pedal
Increase
Release pedal
Decrease
10
å Accelerator pedal
11
BRAKE PEDAL
Press down on the brake pedal to
stop the golf car.
∫ Brake pedal
B
Y-21a
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CONTROLS
PARKING BRAKE
PEDAL
1
Press down on the parking brake
pedal whenever parking the golf car.
2
ç Parking brake pedal
C
3
Y-22a
NOTE:
Release the parking brake by
depressing the accelerator pedal.
4
5
The parking brake will automatically
release when the accelerator pedal
is depressed. If the main switch is
in the “ON” position, depressing
the accelerator may suddenly
cause the golf car to move.
6
7
CHOKE KNOB
8
Pull and hold out choke knob when
starting a cold engine. Release the
knob after the engine starts.
A
å Choke knob
9
10
FUEL SHUTOFF VALVE
Y-903
Clockwise/closed
11
A
Ensure the fuel shutoff valve is in
the “OPEN” position for normal
operation.
å Fuel shutoff valve
Counterclockwise/open
5-4
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PRE-OPERATION CHECKS
Pre-operation checks should be
made each time you use your golf
car. Get in the habit of performing
the following checks in the same
way so that they become second
nature.
1
2
3
●
Be sure the main switch key is
removed before performing the
pre-operation checks to prevent
accidental starting, and apply
the parking brake to keep the
car from moving.
4
5
PRE-OPERATION
CHECKLIST
Before each use check the following:
✔ Fuel system
✔ Engine oil level
✔ Battery
✔ Tire condition
✔ Steering system
✔ Back-up buzzer
✔ Pedal operation
✔ Body and chassis
6
7
8
9
SEAT
10
Open the seat for checking and
servicing.
11
Y-905
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PRE-OPERATION CHECKS
1
FUEL SYSTEM
C
2
B
3
A
Make sure there is sufficient fuel in
the tank and that the fuel shutoff
valve is open. Also check fuel line
and connections for leakage.
Y-514a
å Fuel tank
∫ Fuel cap
ç Fuel shutoff valve
4
Gasoline and its vapors are highly
flammable and explosive.
● Do not smoke when refueling
and keep away from sparks,
flames, or other sources of
ignition.
● Stop engine and allow it to cool
for several minutes before
refueling.
● Refuel in a well-ventilated area.
● Take care not to spill gasoline.
If gasoline spills, wipe it up
immediately with dry rags.
Always dispose of gasolinesoaked rags properly.
● Tighten the filler cap securely
after refueling.
● If you swallow gasoline, inhale a
lot of gasoline vapor or get
gasoline in your eyes, get
immediate medical attention.
● If any gasoline gets on your
skin, immediately wash with
soap and water. Change clothing
if gasoline spills on it.
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
Recommended fuel:
Unleaded gasoline
CAUTION
Fuel tank capacity:
6.6 US gal
(25.0 L)
6-2
Avoid using gasoline blended with
methyl alcohol which can damage
fuel system parts.
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PRE-OPERATION CHECKS
ENGINE OIL
1
With the golf car parked on level
ground, remove the dipstick and
make sure the engine oil is between
the MIN and MAX marks (the
crosshatched area on the end of the
dipstick).
3
Y-514
å Oil level dipstick
∫ Maximum oil level
ç Safe operating range
B
MIN
C
4
If the oil level is below the MIN mark
on the dipstick, add oil through the
oil filler hole until the oil level is
between the MIN and MAX marks.
MAX
A
2
Y-28
5
6
å Oil filler hole
A
CAUTION
●
●
Y-515
Use care not to fill past the MAX
dipstick mark, and be sure no
foreign material enters the
crankcase.
Use care not to get oil on the
starter belt.
7
8
9
Recommended oil:
YAMALUBE 4-cycle oil or
SAE 10W-30
Engine oil capacity:
1.0 US qt
(1.0 L, 1000 cc)
Oil change quantity:
1.0 US qt
(1.0 L, 1000 cc)
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The distance between the dipstick
marks represents approx. 1/2 US qt
(1/2 L) of oil.
NOTE:
Recommended engine oil
classification: API Service SE, SF, or
SG. Engine oils labeled “Energy
Conserving II” are recommended.
6-3
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PRE-OPERATION CHECKS
Engine Cooling Inlet Duct
1
Check the engine cooling inlet duct
for debris. Remove any debris
present.
2
å Engine cooling inlet duct
3
BATTERY
A
Y-1347
4
5
6
Check that the battery is held securely
in place to prevent the battery from
being damaged from vibration or
jarring. Also check that no battery
caps are missing to prevent battery
acid from spilling from the battery.
Check the battery terminals for
corrosion.
TIRE CONDITION
Tire Air Pressure
7
Check the tire air pressure before
operating the golf car.
8
Tire pressure:
9
Y-30
10
For JW1: 16 psi
(110 kPa, 1.1 kgf/cm2)
Tire Wear Limit
A
Check the tire surface for damage,
cracks or embedded objects. When
tire tread wears down to 0.04 in.
(1 mm), replace the tire.
11
å Wear limit
Y-31
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PRE-OPERATION CHECKS
STEERING SYSTEM
1
Check the steering system for
excessive free play by:
Y-932
●
moving the steering wheel up and
down, and back and forth.
●
turning the steering wheel slightly
to the right and left.
If you feel excessive free play, or
hear rattling sounds which may
indicate loose steering components,
consult a Yamaha dealer.
2
3
4
5
BACK-UP BUZZER
Check the back-up buzzer by
moving the drive select lever to “R”
for reverse. The buzzer should
sound.
6
7
Y-33
PEDAL OPERATION
8
Check the following pedal controls
for proper operation. If a pedal does
not work properly, consult a Yamaha
dealer.
Accelerator Pedal
10
Before checking operation of the
accelerator pedal, be sure the
main switch is in the “OFF”
position.
A
Make sure the accelerator pedal
operates smoothly.
Y-20A
JW1
9
å Accelerator pedal
6-5
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PRE-OPERATION CHECKS
Brake Pedal
1
Make sure the brake pedal feels firm
when pressed and returns to its
original position when released.
2
∫ Brake pedal
B
3
Y-21a
Parking Brake Pedal
Make sure the parking brake pedal
locks in place with a positive click,
and releases when the accelerator
pedal is pressed.
4
ç Parking brake pedal
5
NOTE:
Release the parking brake by
depressing the accelerator pedal.
C
6
Y-22a
7
BODY AND CHASSIS
8
Before each use, visually inspect
the golf car body and chassis for
damage and/or missing parts.
9
10
11
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OPERATION
STARTING
1
1. With the parking brake applied,
turn the drive select lever to
“FWD” for forward, or “REV” for
reverse.
2
CAUTION
Y-18
OFF
ON
Y-911a
Do not shift from “FWD” forward
to “REV” reverse while the golf
car is moving.
4
2. Turn the main switch to “ON.”
Do not depress the accelerator
pedal when turning on the main
switch or the golf car may
suddenly start moving.
3. Pull the choke knob out and hold
it while starting. Release the
choke knob after the engine
starts.
A
å Choke knob
Y-903
NOTE:
The choke is not required when the
engine is warm.
∫ Accelerator pedal
Y-20B
JW1
5
6
7
8
4. Check that your path is clear in
the direction you plan to go, and
slowly depress the accelerator
pedal. The golf car will start to
move.
B
3
NOTE:
The parking brake automatically
releases when the accelerator pedal
is depressed.
7-1
9
10
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OPERATION
STOPPING
1
To stop the golf car, gradually press
down on the brake pedal.
2
å Brake pedal
3
When the car has come to a stop,
apply the parking brake pedal and
turn the main switch to “OFF.”
B
∫ Parking brake pedal
4
CAUTION
A
Y-65b
5
Do not hold the golf car on an
incline with the accelerator – use
the brake.
6
7
8
9
10
11
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MAINTENANCE
PERIODIC MAINTENANCE CHARTS
1
Regular maintenance is required for the best performance and safe operation of
your golf car.
Be sure to turn off the main switch and apply the parking brake when you perform
maintenance unless otherwise specified. If the owner is not familiar with machine
servicing, this work should be done by a Yamaha dealer or other qualified mechanic.
C - CHECK
CA - CHECK AND ADJUST
R - REPLACE
Remarks
PRE-OP Check engine oil
S - SERVICE
40 Rounds
Daily
20 hours
Pre100 miles
Opera- 160 kms
tion
(Every
month)
CL - CLEAN AND LUBRICATE
250 rds
125 hrs
600 mls
1000 kms
(Every 6
months)
1000 rds
500 hrs
2500 mls
4000 kms
(Every
2 years)
2000 rds
1000 hrs
5000mls
8000 kms
(Every
4 years)
4
Page
C
C
Check air cooling duct
C
C
C
C
C
C
*
Check fuel lines for leakage
C
C
C
C
C
C
6-2
Check fuel level
C
C
C
C
C
C
6-2
Check for looseness
and corrosion of battery
terminals and hold downs
C
C
C
C
C
C
6-4
Check brake pedal free play
and adjust if necessary
C
CA
CA
CA
CA
CA
8-12
Check steering operation
C
C
C
C
C
Check tire pressure, tread
depth, tire surface for damage
C
CA
CA
CA
CA
CA
Check body and chassis for
damage
C
C
C
C
C
C
Check tightness of all bolts,
nuts, screws and rivets
C
C
C
C
C
C
*
Check back-up buzzer
operation
C
C
C
C
C
C
6-5
6-3
6-4
6-6
Check fuel filter for clogging
C
C
C
C
C
*
MONTH
Check wear of drive belt
C
C
C
C
C
8-8
Check operation of
Forward / Reverse shifting
C
C
C
C
C
7-1
CL
–
S
S
S
S
8-7
Check spark plug and plug cap
condition** / Check compression
C
C
C
C
8-4
Check shock absorbers for oil
leaks and damaged springs
C
C
C
*
* Items without a page number reference should be serviced by a Yamaha dealer or other qualified
mechanic. This manual does not contain these procedures. They are contained in the Service Manual.
**Related to emission control system.
JW1
5
6
7
6-5
EVERY
Clean / Lube pedal control area
3
L - LUBRICATE
500 rds
250 hrs
1200 mls
2000 kms
(Every
year)
C
EVERY 6 Wash pre-filter, check air
MONTHS cleaner element
2
8-1
8
9
10
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MAINTENANCE
1
C - CHECK
2
3
Page
R
R
R
8-5
CA
CA
CA
*
Check starter V-belt for
damage and tension
C
C
C
*
Check drive belt for slippage,
wear or scratches
C
C
C
8-8
Check operation of speed limiter
C
C
C
*
Apply battery terminal protectant
S
S
S
–
Check wiring connections
and insulation
C
C
C
–
Check rear axle bearing play
for roughness or freeplay
C
C
C
*
CA
CA
CA
*
Check wheel nut tightness,
front wheel bearing play
C
C
C
*
Check transaxle oil level and
inspect for leakage
C
C
C
8-10
Check operation and adjust
pedal stop if necessary
CA
CA
CA
*
C
S
*
Adjust throttle cables,**
choke cable, check carburetor
throttle shaft for wear**
Check steering knuckle
bushing free play / Adjust
wheel alignment
7
8
EVERY Check brushes for wear and
2 YEARS commutator for dirt
EVERY Replace fuel filter and
4 YEARS fuel hoses
10
250 rds
125 hrs
600 mls
1000 kms
(Every 6
months)
L - LUBRICATE
2000 rds
1000 hrs
5000mls
8000 kms
(Every
4 years)
YEAR
40 Rounds
Daily
20 hours
Pre100 miles
Opera- 160 kms
tion
(Every
month)
CL - CLEAN AND LUBRICATE
1000 rds
500 hrs
2500 mls
4000 kms
(Every
2 years)
Replace engine oil
6
S - SERVICE
500 rds
250 hrs
1200 mls
2000 kms
(Every
year)
EVERY
5
11
R - REPLACE
Remarks
4
9
CA - CHECK AND ADJUST
R
*
Check tightness of cylinder
head / Adjust valves
CA
*
Replace transaxle oil
CR
*
Inspect internal wet brake and
replace pads if necessary
CR
*
* Items without a page number reference should be serviced by a Yamaha dealer or other qualified
mechanic. This manual does not contain these procedures. They are contained in the Service Manual.
**Related to emission control system.
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MAINTENANCE
EXHAUST EMISSION CONTROL SYSTEM
AND COMPONENTS
•
•
•
•
•
Item
CARB. ASSY., LH., JT.,
CARBURETOR 2 & JT.,
CARBURETOR 1
T.C.I. MAGNETO ASSY. &
PLUG, SPARK
CRANKCASE 1 & HEAD,
CYLINDER 1
AIR FILTER ASSY.
MUFF., 2
1
Acronym
CARB (Carburetor)
2
El (Electronic Ignition)
3
PCV (Positive Crankcase
Ventilation)
ACL (Air Cleaner)
4
5
The above items and the
corresponding acronyms are
provided in accordance with U.S.
EPA REGULATIONS FOR SMALL
NONROAD ENGINES and the
CALIFORNIA REGULATIONS FOR
NEW 1995 AND LATER OFFHIGHWAY RECREATIONAL
VEHICLES AND ENGINES.
The acronyms conform to the latest
version of the SAE’s recommended
practice document J1930,
“Diagnostic Acronyms, Terms, and
Definitions For Electrical/Electronic
System”.
It is recommended that these items
be serviced by a Yamaha dealer or
other qualified mechanic.
JW1
TROUBLESHOOTING
If the vehicle’s engine won’t start,
use the following chart:
Cause
6
Remedy
Fuel System
7
No fuel in tank
Fuel shutoff valve
closed
Clogged fuel
line
Fill fuel tank
Open fuel shutoff
valve
Clean fuel line –
Consult Yamaha
dealer
Foreign matter
Clean fuel filter –
in fuel filter
Consult Yamaha
dealer
Clogged
Clean carburetor –
carburetor
Consult Yamaha
dealer
Electrical System
Spark plug dirty
Clean carbon or
with carbon, or
wipe spark plug
wet
dry
Faulty ignition
Consult Yamaha
system
dealer
8-3
8
9
10
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MAINTENANCE
Spark Plug Inspection
1
2
You should periodically remove and
inspect the spark plug. Dirty or
worn spark plugs can cause poor
performance.
B
å Spark plug
∫ Spark plug cap
3
A
Y-516
4
1. Check for discoloration and
remove carbon deposits with a
spark plug cleaner or wire
brush. The normal electrode
color will be tan.
2. Check the spark plug type, and
check the spark plug gap with a
feeler gauge.
5
A
Standard spark plug:
BPR2ES
6
7
Y-37
Spark plug gap:
0.028 ˜ 0.031 in. (0.7 ˜ 0.8 mm)
å Gap
3. Clean the gasket and plug
surfaces and install the spark
plug finger-tight before tightening
to the following torque:
8
9
Spark plug torque:
14.5 ft.lb
(20 Nm, 2.0 m.kg)
10
11
When removing or installing the
spark plug, be careful not to
damage the insulator. A damaged
insulator could allow external
sparks, which could lead to explosion or fire.
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MAINTENANCE
Engine Oil Replacement
1. Warm up the engine for several
minutes, place the golf car on a
level surface, then stop the
engine.
1
2
3
Use caution not to touch hot
engine oil or hot engine parts,
during the following procedure.
4
2. Place an oil pan under the
engine drain plug.
3. Remove the oil drain plug and let
the oil drain completely.
NOTE:
Dispose of used oil in an
environmentally safe way, such as
taking oil to an oil collection station.
Y-624
Recommended oil:
YAMALUBE 4-cycle oil or
SAE 10W-30
Engine oil capacity:
1.0 US qt
(1.0 L, 1000 cc)
Oil change quantity:
1.0 US qt
(1.0 L, 1000 cc)
JW1
4. Install the drain plug, along with
a new drain plug gasket, fingertight before tightening to the
following torque:
5
6
7
8
9
Drain plug torque:
23 ft.lb
(31 Nm, 3.1 m.kg)
5. Add the correct quantity of oil
through the oil filler hole.
10
NOTE:
Recommended engine oil
classification: API Service SE, SF, or
SG. Engine oils labeled “Energy
Conserving II” are recommended.
11
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MAINTENANCE
1
å Oil filler hole
A
CAUTION
2
3
Y-515
4
Air Filter
To remove the air filter elements:
A
5
B
A
6
A
7
Y-518
1. Unlatch the air filter cover clips
and remove cover.
å Air filter cover clips
∫ Air filter cover
2. Lift the air filter and pre-filter out
of the air filter case.
ç Air filter
∂ Pre-filter
8
9
Use care not to fill past the MAX
dipstick mark, and be sure no
foreign material enters the
crankcase. After replacing engine
oil, check for oil leaks around the
drain plug. If oil leaks are found,
consult a Yamaha dealer.
CAUTION
C
Be careful not to drop anything
into the air inlet.
D
10
Y-519a
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MAINTENANCE
Inspection and cleaning:
A
1
3. Wash the foam pre-filter in soap
and water. Allow it to dry.
B
å Soap and water
∫ Foam element
2
4. Check the filter element. If
damaged or dirty, replace it.
3
Y-508
CAUTION
4
Do not wring out the foam
pre-filter, this could cause it to
tear.
5
5. To replace the elements, reverse
the above steps.
6
CAUTION
The pre-filter has a notch on one
side. It will only fit in the case one
way.
7
8
Drive Belt
To remove the drive belt:
9
1. Set the drive select lever halfway
between forward and reverse.
2. Pull up on the drive belt and
push it outward over the edge of
the secondary sheave.
3. Turn the secondary sheave
clockwise and the drive belt will
roll off the sheave.
Y-60
JW1
4. Remove the drive belt from the
primary sheave.
8-7
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MAINTENANCE
Inspection:
1
To inspect the drive belt, check for
frayed edges or tears, and measure
drive belt against the following
specification. If the belt shows
excessive wear or damage, replace
the belt with a new one.
A
2
B
3
Y-44
4
å New: 1.09 in. (27.6 mm)
∫ Replace when belt reaches:
0.95 in. (24 mm)
5. To install the drive belt, reverse
the above steps, rolling the belt
back over the secondary sheave.
5
Battery
6
+
–
7
The 12-volt battery that provides
starting power to your gas car
normally does not require the
addition of water. If the battery
loses its charge, have an
experienced mechanic charge it.
+
–
8
9
Y-45
10
11
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MAINTENANCE
1
Battery electrolyte is poisonous
and dangerous, causing severe
burns, etc. It contains sulfuric acid.
Avoid contact with skin, eyes, or
clothing.
Antidote:
EXTERNAL: Flush with water.
INTERNAL: Drink large quantities
of water or milk. Follow with milk
of magnesia, beaten egg, or
vegetable oil. Call physician immediately.
EYES: Flush with water for 15
minutes and get prompt medical
attention.
Batteries produce explosive gases.
Keep sparks, flame,
cigarettes, etc., away.
Ventilate when charging or using
in enclosed space. Always shield
eyes when working near batteries.
KEEP OUT OF REACH OF
CHILDREN.
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
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MAINTENANCE
Fuse Replacement
1
Be sure to use the specified fuse.
Using a wrong fuse can cause
electrical system damage and
create a fire hazard.
2
3
CAUTION
When replacing a fuse, be sure
the main switch is turned off to
prevent accidental short circuiting.
4
5
1. Locate the in-line fuse holder on
the main wire harness adjacent to
the battery.
6
2. Pull fuse holder cover off.
3. Pull fuse out, inspect and replace
if necessary.
7
å Fuse holder
∫ Fuse
8
9
B
A
Fuse Type:
10 Amp, Blade Style
Y-523a
10
11
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MAINTENANCE
Transaxle Oil
To check transaxle oil level:
1. Place the golf car on a flat, level
surface.
1
3
2. Remove seven plastic rivets 1
and two bolts 2, and remove
the bag holder insert.
3. Place an oil pan under the
transaxle case.
2
4. Clean area around servicing plug 4.
Y-1215
4
1
2
3
4
5. Using an 8 mm hex wrench,
remove transaxle oil servicing
plug located on the rear of the
transaxle case.
5
6. Transaxle oil should be at the top
of the oil servicing hole or just
beginning to run out of hole.
6
CAUTION
Y-1213
Do not allow foreign material to
enter transaxle.
7
7. If needed, add SAE80 W90 API
GL-5 limited slip high performance gear oil until it is at the
top of the plug hole or just beginning to run out of servicing hole.
8
NOTE:
The YDRE Golf Car is equipped with
an internal wet brake. Use of oil
other than SAE80 W90 API GL-5
limited slip high performance gear oil
will cause brake noise.
8. Install the transaxle servicing
plug and tighten to 14-19 Nm
(1.4-1.9 m•kg, 120-168 in•lb).
9. Install the bag holder insert 3
and secure with two bolts 2
and seven plastic rivets 1.
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8-11
9
10
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MAINTENANCE
NOTE:
For transaxle oil replacement, consult a Yamaha dealer or other qualified mechanic.
1
2
CAUTION
3
Before performing wheel or brake
maintenance, verify that the main
switch is in the “OFF” position.
4
Wheel Replacement
Y-57
To remove and install a wheel on
your golf car:
5
1. With the wheels blocked to
prevent the golf car from moving,
loosen the wheel nuts.
6
2. Elevate the golf car with a jack
and remove the wheel nuts and
the wheel.
7
3. Reverse the removal steps when
installing the wheel.
8
Wheel nut tightening torque:
58 ft.lb (80 Nm, 8.0 m.kg)
9
Brake Adjustment
The brakes on your golf car are
self-adjusting.
10
Before you operate the car, press
down on the brake pedal several
times to make sure the brakes are
functioning properly.
11
Consult your Yamaha dealer
before using your golf car if you
suspect brake problems. Brake
failure could result in a serious
accident.
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MAINTENANCE
Brake Pedal Free Play
Adjustment
CAUTION
1
2
Before adjusting brake pedal free
play, pump the brake pedal several
times to self-adjust the brakes.
3
To adjust the brake pedal free play:
1. Remove the floor mat and
service lid from the floor of the
golf car.
4
5
6
Y-61c
a
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
2. Check the brake pedal free play
by pressing against the pedal
with two fingers (using light
force) and measuring the
distance the pedal travels before
resistance is felt.
7
8
7
Brake pedal free play Å:
45-50 mm (1.77-1.96 in.)
9
Y-62b
A
B
Y-909A
JW1
3. If the free play distance needs
adjusting, loosen the lock nut å
and turn the adjusting nut ∫ in
or out until the free play
specification is met. Then tighten
the lock nut in place.
Do not over-tighten the brake
cables. Over-tightening will
increase brake wear and affect
overall performance of car.
8-13
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STORAGE
1
2
3
Perform the following preparations
when storing your golf car for
extended periods of time:
NOTE:
Turn main switch key to “OFF”
position, remove key, and store key
in a safe place.
å Float bowl drain screw
DRAINING FUEL
4
Gasoline and its vapors are highly
flammable and explosive.
5
●
6
●
7
●
●
8
●
9
●
10
●
11
1. Fill the fuel tank with fresh fuel
and add the specified amount of
Yamaha Fuel Stabilizer and
Conditioner or equivalent
product. Operate the vehicle for
at least five minutes to distribute
treated fuel through the fuel
system.
Do not smoke when draining
fuel and keep away from sparks,
flames, or other sources of
ignition.
Stop engine and allow it to cool
for several minutes before
draining fuel.
Drain fuel in a well-ventilated
area.
Take care not to spill gasoline.
If gasoline spills, wipe it up
immediately with dry rags.
Always dispose of gasolinesoaked rags properly.
Tighten the filler cap securely
after checking fuel level.
If you inhale a lot of gasoline
vapor, or get gasoline in your
eyes, get immediate medical
attention.
If any gasoline gets on your
skin, immediately wash with
soap and water. Change
clothing if gasoline spills on it.
9-1
2. Turn the fuel shutoff valve to the
“CLOSED” position.
3. Drain the carburetor float
chamber into a clean container by
loosening the drain bolt (see item
A below); this will help prevent
fuel deposits from building up.
Pour the drained fuel into the fuel
tank.
Y-521
Specified amount:
1 oz. of stabilizer for each gallon of
fuel (7.5 cc of stabilizer for each liter
of fuel)
NOTE:
Use of fuel stabilizer and conditioner
eliminates the need to drain the fuel
system. Consult a Yamaha dealer if
the fuel system needs to be drained
instead.
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STORAGE
ENGINE PREPARATION
With the key removed and the spark
plug lead disconnected, turn the
clutch by hand until compression is
felt. This puts the valves in the
closed position.
CHASSIS
PREPARATION
1. Verify the tire pressure is set to
16 psi (110 kPa, 1.1 kgf/cm2).
2. Have the battery recharged
every 60-90 days to keep it fully
charged. The battery must be
kept fully charged to avoid
damage.
NOTE:
Batteries like the one supplied with
your car normally do not require you
to check the water level inside the
battery for the one year warranty
period provided by the manufacturer.
2. Clean exterior of the golf car and
apply a rust inhibitor.
1
2
3
4
5
CAUTION
3. Cover the golf car with a
breathable cover and store it in a
dry, well-ventilated area.
Do not allow cleaning solution to
enter battery cells.
BATTERY
PREPARATION
3. Clean the top of the battery with
a solution of baking soda and
water, as necessary, to remove
corrosion.
6
1. Remove the battery from the golf
car and store it in a cool, dry
place that stays between 32˚F
(0˚C) and 90˚F (30˚C).
7
8
9
10
11
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SPECIFICATIONS
1
2
3
4
GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS
Items
Dimensions:
Overall length
Overall width
Overall height (steering height)
Height of floor
Wheelbase
Tread:
Front
Rear
Minimum ground clearance
YDRA
94.3 in. (2395 mm)
47.2 in. (1200 mm)
46.9 in. (1190 mm)
12.2 in. (310 mm)
64.6 in. (1640 mm)
34.3 in. (870 mm)
38.6 in. (980 mm)
4.3 in. (110 mm)
Weight:
5
Dry weight (without battery)
536 lb (243 kg)
Vibration Level:
6
Vibration on seat (EN 1032,
ISO5008) for Europe
Will not exceed 0.5 m/s2
Vibration on steering wheel
7
(EN1032, ISO5008) (for Europe)
Will not exceed 2.5 m/s2
Performance:
8
Factory speed setting
12 mph (19 km/h)
Maximum speed
15 mph (24 km/h)
Minimum turning radius
Seating capacity
110.2 in. (2.8 m)
Two occupants per seat,
four occupants maximum
Fuel Tank Capacity
6.6 U.S. Gallons (25.0L)
9
10
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SPECIFICATIONS
ENGINE
1
Items
Description:
Engine type
Number of cylinders
Displacement
Bore x stroke
Compression ratio
Rated output
Cooling system
Starting system
Ignition system
Spark plug type
Spark plug gap
Lubrication system
Engine oil type
Engine oil capacity
Oil change quantity
YDRA
4-stroke, Gasoline, OHV
Single
357 cm3
3.30 x 2.48 in. (85 x 63 mm)
8.1:1
11.4 hp (8.5 kw)/3500 rpm
Forced air-cooled
Starter
TCI Magneto
BPR2ES
0.028-0.031 in. (0.7-0.8 mm)
Splash
YAMALUBE 4-cycle oil or SAE 10W30
1.16 US qt (1.1 L, 1100 cc)
1.0 US qt (1.0 L, 1000 cc)
TRANSMISSION
Items
Transmission:
Type
V-belt width and outer line length
V-belt wear limit
Governor:
Type
Factory speed setting
Differential/reduction gear:
Differential type
Lubricant/capacity
3
4
5
6
7
YDRA
V-belt automatic centrifugal engagement
1.22 x 39.76 in. (31 x 1010 mm)
1.06 in. (27 mm)
Bevel gear
SAE80 W90 API GL-5
limited slip high performance gear oil/
1.85 US quarts (1750 mL, 1750 cc)
Items
YDRA
Battery:
BCI group 24,
RC: minimum 75 min
CCA: minimum 400A
8
9
Oil bath flyweight
12 mph (19 km/h)
BATTERIES
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SPECIFICATIONS
1
CHASSIS
Items
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Steering system:
Type
Steering angle (L.H.)
Steering angle (R.H.)
Brakes:
Brake system
Type of brake
Brake pedal free play linkage
adjustment
(Brake cable end play)
Parking brake:
Type
Release timing
(With pedal segment in second
notch)
(Bolt heads round parallel to arm)
Wheel:
Tire size:
Front
Rear
Rim size:
Tire pressure:
YDRA
Rack and Pinion
1.85 turn
1.85 turn
Mechanical
Internal wet
45-50 mm
(1.77-1.96 in.)
0.004-0.02 in. (0.1-0.5 mm)
Foot type; parking brake with automatic
release.
0.000 ~ 0.001 in. (0.0 ~ 0.3 mm)
18 x 8.50–8.00/4 PR
18 x 8.50–8.00/4 PR
7.00–I–8.00
16 psi (110 kPa, 1.1 kgf/cm2)
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Y BR
G G
B
RY
G
BR
RW
Br
Br
R
Br
RW
RG BY BY RG
RY B
Br R
B ....................Black
L ......................Blue
G ...................Green
Y...................Yellow
R ......................Red
P ......................Pink
Br ..................Brown
W ...................White
B/R .........Black/Red
Y/B .....Yellow/Black
R/Y .......Red/Yellow
R/W ........Red/White
COLOR CODE
PILOT LAMP
(12V3.4W)
R Br
RY RW
OFF
ON
Br
RW
Br
P
R
RL BW BW RL
P
B
RG
RY
RL
BY
B
BW
R
R
B
RL
B
RY
RG
BY
B
BW
BATTERY
R
R
RELAY
RW B
RW B
L
L
R
R
G
RW G
RW
B
B
G
G
B
STARTER GENERATOR
JN6-H2105-00
B
ENG. EARTH
G
RW
RW
B
G
B
L
B
B
B
B
Br G
W L
RG BW
RL BY
L
TCI
BR
B
R
SHIFT ACTUATOR
ACCESSORY KIT
Y-941
ENG. EARTH
OIL LEVEL SWITCH
LIMIT SW.
LIMIT SW.
OPTIONAL
Br
G
L
W
YDRA WIRING DIAGRAM
B
B
RL
RG
BY
BW
B
B
B RW L
L
RW
ENG. STOP
RELAY
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MAIN SW.
ACCEL SW.
REV -
RW
B
REV +
FWD -
R
REV
FWD +
B
P RL
B
FWD
FWD/REV SW.
BACK
SWITCH
BUZZER
BODY EARTH
BLADE FUSE (4A)-ATM
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WIRING
1
2
3
4
5
6
11-1
7
8
9
10
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NOTES
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
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OWNER’S / OPERATOR’S
MANUAL
YDRA
4 STROKE GOLF CAR
Printed in U.S.A
2006-KCC
YAMAHA GOLF-CAR
COMPANY
1000 HWY 34 East
Newnan, GA 30265
770-254-4000
LIT-19626-11-07
JW1-F8199-10