It can be hard to forgive yourself when you spend money on a product, which does not fix the issue. You spend hours and hours troubleshooting by yourself and with your buddies but to no avail. The forums said it was more than likely bad if the solenoid did not click, so you ordered one. Now you have this brand new item in your caddie, and it is still dead in the water. The problem is more than likely in your activation circuit. The biggest culprit in this group is the Yamaha Stop Switch for 2-Cycle G1 models. When it goes faulty, the relay does not get what it needs to close, making customers think that was the issue. Please don't feel bad; they usually follow each other out the door, so let's call it proactive replacement.This golf cart switch is installed in the sub-floor assembly. You will probably need an extra set of hands to get this done, so have a buddy close by. Call Buggies Unlimited and talk to an expert with any questions you have over your Yamaha replacement parts.