My former boss acquired a 1992 Yamaha G9E electric golf cart that ran at some point. I'm thinking it was a long, long time ago, but whatever. Anyway, he called me and asked me to take a look at it and do some troubleshooting on the golf cart. The wiring is a little funky here and there, and generally, the cart is not in that great of shape. Once it moves under its own power or is pronounced dead, I'm finished with it. Now, the question: Does anyone have a good somewhat step by step method of troubleshooting and checking the components of the electrical system? I am able to make the solenoid click and I get a resistance change as you move the throttle pedal. The F/R switch appears functional. There is no key and I don't mind running jumper wires while I am trying to see what is toast. I'll deal with the key switch and any rewiring once I know the controller isn't dead. Is there any way to test the individual components apart from the cart? Thanks in advance.