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Have used scooter, throttle doesn't operate correctly. Suspect that wiring is incorrect. I know about service facilities, etc and since warranty is exp do not wish to go svc rte just to 2x check the wiring. Any idea if wiring diagrams are even available?
one ofthe best ways to work it out is the find the motor controller, normally it's a black box located under the seat,
Now remember you have two wires from the batteries B+, B-, two wires to the motor, M+, M- and some smaller wires on maybe a ten connector block that leads to the tiller where the throttle on the handlebars is located.
Hope that helps
Posted on Oct 02, 2009
On some scooters it is possible to change the polarity of the motor. If its a two brush motor (most are) you can just swap the red and black wires around in the connector plug for the motor. Make sure you get the right wires if you do this but I have to point out that there is obviously a problem with the scooter and I would strongly advise you to get it looked at by your local dealer as the problem is potentially serious and may cause other problems aswell. I cant really understand why it would only go backwards. May be a throttle pot problem or main controller fault. Either way, as I said, best get it looked at as even if you do swap the wires, it is most likely that the scooter will only travel forward at the usual speed for reverse, normally 2mph! Hope this helps...
Posted on Mar 19, 2010
Hi. Do you need a basic wiring diagramme for the lights, motors etc. or do you need one for the controller? What faults do you have?
Fisher and Paykel sold their mobility scooter business to Plega Healthcare in Australia. Plega now no longer suport the mobility scooters.
We have some parts left in stock, and were an authorised service agent for these machines.
No one was ever supplied with a circuit diagramme for the controllers.
We do have all the service manuals here and have a full set of the fault codes.
You can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Good luck. Neil.
Posted on Jul 24, 2010
There is an overload protection switch in it. It will look like the the protection switch that can be seen under the mixes. The picture of the overload protector is added here. Its press button will only seen outside. Just putsh it once and check. The motor has carbon brushes inside it to get armeture contact. If these burshes are worn out, the motor won't turn, and the scooter won't move. There will be two of them in opposite directions. They are replacable parts. The picture of it is also given here. Check these first. If you need anymore assistance from me, feel free to get me by FixYa.
Posted on Aug 05, 2011
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