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Old 08-26-2011, 04:15 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Hello.
I have a 2004 Westward GO-4 intercepter 2, and the I can't figure out where the fuel pump shut off switch is. Right now it will not get gas because this thing has this safety precaution built into it, even if someone bumps it in a parking lot.

Does anyone know where this is located for the 2004?

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Wanted to pass this info along.... it came from another Go-4 owner while I was tracking down adjustments for my 2006 Governor!

"Do you know how to remove the trunk? There is a wing-nut inside the trunk above the license plate. Remove it and slide the lid of the trunk back. Then, behind the cab is an aluminum box mounted with two bolts. Open that and look for a square cup that has multiple wires going i to it. It is potted, or filled, with a black plastic material. You will see a small screw that you can turn with your fingernail. I for get which way to turn. Just experiment. Be careful, as these things aren't meant to go too fast! ------------ Bryan Lowe"

Also here is the adjustment information once you find the elusive little bugger.....

"one full turn (right) increases and one (left) decreases the speed by 5 mph ------------ Mike Warren"

A lot of information about these "SLC's" (Silly Little Cars) may be found by crawling through http://sillylittlecars.com/ and the e-mail archives!

Happy hunting
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Old 09-08-2011, 08:53 AM   #12 (permalink)
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I just pick-up a 2000 GO-4 and need a photo of where the speed governor is! Is it different from the 06? I read that if you find it, u are to cut the black ground wire. Is that the right info? I just want to be able to go at least 40-45 mph's without it cutting out! Can someone help with a photo? My e-mail address is: bobbygee1@earthlink.net Thank you for your time!
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Old 09-27-2011, 06:28 AM   #13 (permalink)
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Hello, i just bought a 2000. The govenor on mine is located on the right side down at the bottom in the middle of the cart. Close the door and take the middle panel off. It an open black box with wires. There is a tiny set screw at the top of the open black box. Turn it to the right a full turn. I was able to find mine and now can drive 55 or 60 if i choose to.
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Old 10-19-2011, 12:58 PM   #14 (permalink)
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Default 2006 Go-4 Interceptor III

My Uncle who is 83 recently purchased a Go-4 interceptor III and we ned information as to what model car uses the Hyundai motor in it so we can get parts, We tried hyunday dealership and they were not helpful at all so I thought to try the forum since I'm sure somebody out there has had the same situation, we were able to bypass the governor and now it runs nice
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Old 03-02-2012, 10:21 AM   #15 (permalink)
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If you figured out how to by-pass the governor please let me know, I have been working on one , engine runs good ,it will idle smooth for up to 20 minutes , start skipping governor light will come on and it will knock off. It is a 1997 GO 4. thanks for any help
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Old 03-09-2012, 08:49 PM   #16 (permalink)
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If you figured out how to by-pass the governor please let me know, I have been working on one , engine runs good ,it will idle smooth for up to 20 minutes , start skipping governor light will come on and it will knock off. It is a 1997 GO 4. thanks for any help
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Found black wire cut it ,no governor, GO 4 runs fine ,thanks for the info
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Old 04-26-2012, 07:05 PM   #17 (permalink)
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Just wanted to stop back in with my update ... I was able to locate the governor. Unfortunantly the manf and dealers were NOT friendly or helpful. They view the GO-4 as a "municipal" vehicle and NOT for general public. So after tearing everything apart I was able to locate and bypass the speed governor I've had the cart to 65mph and it was scary as far as stability goes ... I believe 50 - 55 mph is perfect speed and that's as far as I will go. At 65 there was still pedal left!

Should anybody in future need info on speed limiting governor on a Westward Industry GO4 Interceptor you can contact me and I will try to walk you through the process.
I have a 2002 Go4Interceptor II with a Hyundai 999cc engine. Can you let me know how to adjust the governor a bit. I only want 5-10 mph more. Thanks, James.
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Old 05-21-2013, 03:30 PM   #18 (permalink)
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I have 98 1.3 ltr version.. and have a bad rotor (distributor, not solid state). I have the CD version of the shop manual, but it doesn't list the detail parts.. any idea what rotor I need for my distributor? Spent all day at a very helpful auto parts store, but no luck..
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Old 06-22-2013, 08:23 PM   #19 (permalink)
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Finding these parts at your local parts store are almost impossible. You might as well use the dealers. I see you have one in Texas.

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Old 06-22-2013, 08:41 PM   #20 (permalink)
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I have a 2004 Interceptor II that has had too many dirty hands working on the engine. At the moment I have it running showing 7 codes. As soon as it starts up the engine speeds up and only slows down if I pull the idle speed control plug off. Also as soon as I engage it in drive with the brake on it dies and hesitates bad when trying to throttle it up. My mechanic buddy thinks it is a bad ECM. These cost over $400 from England and there are a couple on EBay for almost $500. Of course my concern is another ECM will not fix the problem. Also I am wondering if these ECM's have to be reprogrammed, or if they can be repaired and updated.

Any ideas?

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