Have you ever been locked out of your garage, Yamaha Fuel Pump for your Yamaha G2 in hand, with no one to call to let you inside? What did you try to get in? If you live in a state where it is hot, we bet that got you motivated to get in the shade quickly. Here in Florida, hiding from the heat might as well be a sport.When the pump goes bad on your golf cart, it's like locking the engine up for winter storage. It will not hit the compression stroke even once without a flow of gas. All you have to do to ruin one is allow it to sit without use for a few weeks. The ethanol destroys the diaphragms.You might as well have a ticking time bomb under the seat. It could take your engine out at any moment. So if you are not using the blue pump at the gas station, you better be running it every day. If not, you might as well add the Yamaha fuel pump to your annual maintenance list. At the very least, you will need to pull it apart and clean it to clean out all of the build-ups.While you are replacing the golf cart's pump, make sure you look at the carb and fuel lines simultaneously. Ethanol is not only detrimental to the diaphragm, but anything in this system is susceptible.This fuel pump is an elementary Yamaha part to install. It has two hold-down bolts and three lines that you need to hook up, and that is all. Once that happens, you are good to take it to the races. Call Buggies Unlimited today and take part in a great deal that will save you a ton of money. Our shipping experts make sure you get the lowest rates possible.