OK, I had problems with the cart moving. It would run fine until something underneath, in the motor area, would get hot. The cart would stop running completely. Sometimes while moving and sometimes after I stopped it would not go again. I know the solenoid was very hot because I would lift the motor flap and wiggle the solenoid to try to get it moving again. This actually worked, or so I thought that this was helping, I'm not really sure. Anyway, the last time I used the cart I drove approx. 15 mins and then parked the cart for about the same. I did this several times over an approx. 4 hour period until the cart quit completely on a longer run. All this on an extremely hot day with 95 degrees and 95% humidity. I got it home in my pick-up and plugged in the charger and let it sit till the next day. Checked the batteries. Fully charged with 8.47 volts each across the board. Still no run. It did click when I pushed the pedal and I felt a small oomph like it wanted to think about moving. I didn't do the jumper wire at first because I wanted to check everything else first (Hearing the sol. click made me think it was working). After checking all connections and charging the batts again just to be sure, still clicking but no moving. I broke out the multi-meter and checked the voltage at the solenoid and motor and was getting 50.8? The reading on the motor was at the green wire. Now I don't know if I was doing this right. I had the red lead on the pos. side of the solenoid and the black lead on the opposite side of the sol. and then the black lead on the green wire post of the motor. Again both with the same 50.8? reading when I pushed the pedal. I'm thinking at this point it is a bad motor. Somewhat dejected I sit down in front of the comp. on this forum and start looking for threads about motors when I see where someone states it doesn't matter if the sol. clicks try the jump test anyway. So I do this and the wheels spin like crazy. I know, a long story to get to this but I just want to make sure the recent history is noted before I get advice from you guys. My questions are, is this a simple sol. replacement and should I replace it with identical or go up in amperage and why was I getting the full voltage at the motor but no movement. Also, this cart is recently lifted with slightly bigger wheels and tires but otherwise completely stock. Thanks for bearing with the long story and thanks for any help. Rick.