Keeping a vintage two-cycle engine running is an adventure, to say the least. It can seem like things were designed to fail more often than they were to work once the cart gets on up there in years. We make sure to carry a complete arsenal of parts for the more antiquated golf carts. We understand that as they age, things are going to start to give up the race. When that happens, the best course of action is to get them replaced as soon as possible so that you can make it to the finish line. If you have lost fuel pressure, do not rule out the Yamaha Clutch Side Crankshaft Seal. The pump relies on the crankcase pressure to do its job. If you have a leak, it can make it look faulty.This golf cart seal is a part of a much larger rebuild. We are talking at least a day's worth of labor. Make sure you get a Yamaha OEM manual and have a buddy or two to help and shoot the breeze. Call Buggies Unlimited today for help.