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The Rascal 600/300, remove the seat, lift off the cover, unplug a battery, replace the old battery with a new one, putting the cable connections on the same way, red is +, black is -. Do the same with the next battery, reconnect the anderson plugs,reinstall the cover and seat and plug in the charger with the key on watch to see the needle raises up toward the full mark, allow to charge fully, overnight is good. keep the bats charged up not allowing them to drop below half way for the first 20 charges to break in the batteries. as a rule charge the scooter after every use! Scooter Doctor App
It could that your potentiomenter is broken and would need to be replaced. simply removed the housings from both sides to get to the throttle part and check to see if the spring is not broken. if it is broken, simply remove old one and buy new one which should be around 60.00 and up in cost. can go to this website to check http://www.monsterscooterparts.com/mobility-scooter-throttle-pot.html
to replace the batteries in your Go-Go you need to remove the battery case from the scooter and turn it upside down . as you use an AGM gel battery you will not spill any thing i change mine out every 400 charge cycle as they are good for about that long. on the bottom of the case you will find 8 screws you need to take out to open the case you will need a 6 to 8 inch long Philips screw driver for this. after you remove all the screws you need to turn the box up right and remove the top.inside you will find 2 batteries. you will need to replace both batteries to ensure the full 24 volt to power the scooter. yes you use any AGM gel battery.i get mine at batteries plus as it cost about half the price. carefully using 2 wrenches loosen and remove the small bolts and nuts holding the cables leads to the batteries' terminals, there should be 2 black and 2 red. now either draw how they attached to the positive and negative terminals or mark them in some manner.The batteries have two velcro strips on the bottom of each battery. remove the strips and place in the same position on the new batteries now place the new batteries in the box and press down firmly to seat the velcro, attach the cable leads to the proper terminal, replace the top and turn box upside down and replace the screws. now the batteries are ready to charge up so you can do as i do... race like at speed demon around in circles... happy scooting
Remove the seat by pushing on the seat release handle and pull it up off the seat post then remove the rear shroud cover and there are the batteries undo the velco strap and remove the wires from the battery post and replace with the fresh batteries Hope this helps