The E-Z-GO Medalist TXT Fuel Pump on your golf cart is one of the most vital fuel system parts. It is the very first thing in line with the gas tank, other than maybe a fuel filter. This has the job of drawing the gas directly from the tank. It does this via an internal, very thin diaphragm with pressure from the crankcase. This is a unique relationship because the fuel pump needs to draw from the tank and push gas towards the carb, and the crankcase has a fluctuating in-out pressure that is perfect to accomplish this vital task.When you start to have issues with this golf cart accessory, things can be confusing. You will want to blame everything under the sun, but the problem is much simpler than you think. We have heard it all. Some customers call in thinking its the carburetor or something in the engine. We cannot blame you in the slightest. When the fuel pump starts to give up the ghost, it can make your caddie feel like its down on power. If you are familiar with this type of work, you think fuel system. However, you may pull towards a rebuild kit.The problem is that if you are not getting the gas you need, things will be weak. Starting at the source is always the way to go. There is a three-point checklist that everyone needs to follow. You require fuel, fire, and compression to make any engine run; we list them in that order for a reason. They are organized by their ease of inspection. You can easily take off the fuel supply line from the carb to the pump to see if there is any gas flow. That is a heck of a lot easier than using compression gauges.However, you may have a problem with a seal as well. Make sure you order everything you need when you call. This golf cart fuel pump is a manual style, and it fits the EZGO TXT models. Call Buggies Unlimited and get one of these ordered today. Having one on the shelf is recommended.