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If you tell me the controller used or better a picture (black box located at the rear ) i can help , sometimes it hard wired by a switch from batteries or the controller outputs a voltage to the lift motor ,
You must have some kind of circuit that stays on to drain the batteries. You need to find out what is still turned on with
the key off.
As a suggestion, lift one of the battery leads (these should be connected in series for 24volt operation). With one of
the battery leads to the other battery, or lead to the controller disconnected, temporarily connect the automotive 1156) signal light bulb in series between the battery post and the original battery lead.
If the light bulb glows red or brighter, you have something draining the batteries with the KEY OFF, and you may need to unplug disconnect the controller, or controller relay to see if the light bulb stops glowing, which may help to locate the area of what is causing the short.
Good luck finding wiring diagrams. it seems that the scooter
industry wants to protect it's dealers, and only they seem to
have wiring diagrams.
Bad boy (or girl of course)! Should have noted everything BEFORE taking it apart. But then you now know that and probably did before .... Oh well, we've all done it... Once. I have a Pride scooter, but not this one. MAYBE someone with a sc50 Sonic will be kind and post a photograph of the underside of their control panel while still wired?? This would help our friend a lot.
Sadly Pride Mobility aren't known for useful things like wiring diagrams or meaningful owner's manuals.
The wiring interconnects on these scooter are all modular and the blow up assembly diagrams are all you need to trace the wiring and replace components. Aside from a dealer log in to the manufacturer's website you can go to southwest medical's website and get all the information on the wiring and parts. Hope this helps. SC40X Go Go Ultra Replacement Parts