I have this e-scooter for few years already. lost its charger so it wasn't charged for long time. now i got a new charger (24V, 400mA). still can't run it. maybe battery is dead? maybe need a different charger?
Ok you do not need a new charger. the problem is you let the battery get too low. the battery has to have a little bit of power left in it to send to the charger, if it dosent then the charger can't tell if there is rilly a battery hooked up or not. you shuld probubly get a new battery. or you can email me and i will tell you a few things you could try to jump it back to life. firstname.lastname@example.org
I have an E-scooter and I have only rode it 3 times and it has been sitting for several years maybe 3 to 4 years. I tried charging it and left it overnight and the red light will not come on the charger to start charging.
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You have either run out of fuel, a fuse has blown, or and most likely the battery on your scooter has died. Most batteries nowadays last between 2 and 3 years then they just give up the ghost. Do not bother trying to charge it. Get a new one make sure it is filled correctly and put it on charge. Donot use a car charger only use a dedicated charger for motorcycle batteries max output 1 amp.
When you remove a battery undo the negative lead first, when you refit a battery connect the positive lead first.
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Never try to jump start from another vehicle you will fry the battery and possible the whole electrical system.
It sounds like your alternator is not charging the battery. Fit a new battery remember to undo negative lead first to remove and fit positive lead first to refit the battery. When the new battery is filled please charge it using less than 1 Amp DO NOT use a car charger or try to jump start it. Your new battery should show 12.5 to 13 volts on a meter for a 12 volt system and 6.3 to near 7 volts for a 6 volt system. Start the scooter and check across the battery terminals your meter should show about 14.4 V for 12 volt battery and about 7.5 V for a 6 Volt one. No voltage increase means your charging circuit is not working. Either the alternator or rectifier(regulator) are not operating correctly. Worst case scenario is both units dead.
yes just remove the old one and install the new one ,, it is that simple,,, but clean the wire ends before connecting the to the new battery ,, yes it will need charged at a very slow rate like a trickel charger,, car chargers will over charge it and ruin the battery
i had the same problem so i took the battery out and pluged the moped in and it ran so i knew the battery had a prob then i took the battery out of the canvas case and it had expanded to the point were it almost leaked (exploded battery in other words)
The batteries are dead. The battery in these scooter need to be kept charged or if not in use for a long time charged every 3months. Otherwise, like what to you, they will go dead. The chemicals in the battery have deteriorated to the point where it won't hold a charge. Replacement batteies are probably available at:
NashvilleDan, this scooter has 2 12v 10 amp batteries in series, you should read over 24 volts at the charging hub if the batteries are good. I would think that if the scooter sat for over a year you have bad batteries, They can be purchased at battery plus.