I ran into an issue today that I’m hoping you all can help me with.
I have a 2005 GEM e4. I’m in the process of doing a light refurbishment to it.
One of the big things I did was repair the display since the glass was all cloudy. To do this, I had to disassemble the entire steering column assembly that houses the display and the buttons.
Once I removed the front cover, I took pictures of all of the connectors before I disconnected everything.
I was able to successfully repair the cloudy glass. However, before I put it all back together, I decided to give the cart a quick wash.
I made sure to cover up the entire dash area with plastic and I was extra careful not to spray water in that direction. I was successful as when I removed the plastic, everything was bone dry.
I put everything back together as per my pictures. But when I flipped the master breaker on, the buzzer was going off, but in a low volume. When I release the parking brake with the ignition off, it gets super loud as it’s supposed to. If I turn the ignition on, it gets super low, but it’s still audible.
The only part that got wet is the parking brake handle area. Any chance that the parking break switch got wet and could be causing this? Any other ideas?
It’s important to note that everything else works as it should. Lights, turn signals, display, horn, trip button, forward low and high, as well as reverse. The only issue is the constant buzzer.
Here is a link to a quick video I made showing the problem:
Also, before and after pictures of my display repair just for kicks
Thanks in advance!