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Re: Pride victory mobility scooter
1. Remove the four screws on the outside perimeter of the console base.
2. Lift off console top cover and disconnect the front-to-back cable.
3. Remove the throttle lever from the throttle pot.
Remove the four screws holding the console base to the mounting plate.
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Throttle potentiometers are a frequent part that is replaced on scooters due to wear. This part is available from the manufacturer Pride or from a company called Monsterscooterparts.com.
At the Monsterscooterparts home page click on mobility scooter parts, pride scooters, pride parts click on Pride Victory XL SC270 , select throttle pot assembly. Verify SN and compatibility remarks. They have an 800 phone number for questions and they ship worldwide. The Pride part number is ELEASMB 1511 for Victory XL 4 wheel scooters after the year 2000. Looks like the price is about $80. Labor is about 1/2 hour and can be done by an experienced mechanic or do-it-yourself. The part is available from the manufacturer if you are a dealer or have an account.
First remove the throttle lever by loosening the allen set screws. Separate the front console covers by removing 8 or more screws holding it together. Locate the throttle pot, unplug it and install a new one. Be careful not to over-tighten or strip the screws holding the potentiometer housing tabs to the plastic. Check the alignment visually before reassembling it. Don't pinch any wiring when you put the console back together. When you reinstall the throttle lever make sure it is even left to right and does not bind on the plastic console housing. Tighten the lever set screws firmly but do not strip them, this repair will need to be done again and you want to be able to remove these set screws. Hope this helps.
I have the same scooter first remove the front basket two screws there , two screws just opposite of those screws on the tiller shaft , also under the throttle there are four or five screws under it that need to be removed the screws are #2 phillps
If the click is coming from one side of the rear of the scooter, I would think you have a dry axle. If this is the case, you will hear a regular clicking noise, just as if there is a stone in the tyre. All you have to do is remove the wheel, apply some grease to the axle and re-fit the wheel again. When removing the wheel, be careful not to loose the hub key (usually a small strip of square metal that fits in a groove in the axle and wheel). This clicking noise is a very common problem with Pride scooters and one we regularly deal with, even on brand new scooters. If this doesnt cure your problem there are a number of other things it could be, but i would need more specific details to try and help you. Hopefully its just the axle! Hope I have been of some help to you.