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I need a seat for my scooter

The seat on the scooetr broke while I was coming home from the local stop and shop, though I fell, I wasn't hurt, but, I am now without transportation, without the seat, my independence is gone, getting help from other people, is almopst nil, can you help me get a seat for my scooter? Medicare is willing to pay for the seat, thank you
Ahmad Salazar
516-280-2867

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How do I buy batteries?


Hello Vince,
Batteries for mobility scooters are something of a problem.

Sealed lead acid batteries are used a lot in mobility scooters and they do tend to stop working quite suddenly.

Because of the way a mobility scooter is used the temptation to buy the less expensive standby type of battery should be avoided and for the best lifespan and performance it should be either a battery designated as a traction battery or a deep cycle battery.
This type of battery is designed to be repeatedly discharged and recharged whereas standby batteries (and ordinary car batteries) are not.

Traction quality batteries are more expensive and prices vary quite a lot. Replacing like for like is best and they are usually standard sizes and capacities so a particular type could be supplied by half a dozen different manufacturers at half a dozen different prices.
There are shops and businesses springing up dedicated to selling and servicing disability scooters but they tend to charge a significant profit margin for their services and such things as batteries.

I was recently asked to supply two disability scooter batteries and I checked with Yuasa, one of my favourite battery brands, and they told me a choice of two specifications in the same size case and provided contact details for local stockists.
A couple of phone calls later and all I had to do was wait for them to be delivered. I chose the higher specification and surprisingly they were cheaper where I bought from but more expensive from other places.

Like tyres and other things there are no retail prices and buying in bulk brings lower prices. A busy retailer tends to pass on the savings so buying mail order from a big city as I did could save more than the cost of carriage over buying local.

I hope this helps.

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George Freed, I don't understand the terminology, like whats a pod and where is is?? Thanks, Jim


I think the following is the post that is in question. I don't see "pod" anywhere in this text. However "pot" is mentioned quite a few times. Do you know what a pot is? Its short for potentiometer, which is kind of variable register when you turn it, it changes its resistance. What controls the speed of the scooter is the toggle throttle lever which are connected to pots. If you have anymore questions please feel free to ask. Be patient i just got my gull bladder removed, it wasn't fun.

You don't want to ever bypass anything on these scooters, doing so will either get someone hurt or silverly damage the scooter. There is a good reason your scooter is shutting down. The controller monitors the amperage flow, if at any time the amperage is to high for to long a period of time the controller will shut down the motor, so as you can see there is no sensor to bypass. Also the controller will send a code 4 failure out to a LED out on tiller head. There should be a lamp blinking on the tiller head when the motor is off line. The service lamp is cyclic, in this case the lamp to flash 4 times pause flash 4 times pause.

iT sounds to me like you have one or more shorted windings on the armature of your drive motor which is apart of the trans-axle assembly. TO BE SURE remove the entire trans-axle module. I have a Rascal 600t all i have to do to remove my trans-axle is to remove to quick pins and my entire trans-axle assembly comes away from the scooter. Take the entire assembly down to your local motor repair shop that can rewind motors. Thay will check out the motor, take it apart and clean all the carbon dust from the brushes that gets all over the interior of the motor, doesn't do the motor bearing any good. Rewinding a motor isn't inexpensive costing $200 and up depending on the size and complexity of the motor. But the scooter trans-axle cost is astoundingly high at $1,500 and up. They say they are sealed unit and that they can not be repaired. In reality trans-axles are quite simple to repair and easily repaired. The only difficult thing are the scooter companies that will not come across with the parts and info we need in order for us to keep our scooters in good repair. So ii'd take the trans-axle down to the motor shop. They don't charge anything to check it out. When they do maintenance you will know its working right. When troubleshooting problem with scooter you eliminate half the machine when you eliminate the trans-axle. Get back to me once you've checked it out

If you want to do a check of the trans-axle your self. You can do this by blocking the drive wheels off the ground. Turn the speed pot to
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2)Your brake lock and unlock leaver under your seat..be sure its totally engaged in the locked position in other words ''all the way pushed down''.
3)Take the shroud off the back, this can be done by removing the seat, hold the seat leaver up towards you ,Now you should be able to rotate the seat when you have lifted that leaver when it does rotate lift up the seat it will come off.now that the seat,the shroud are off. you will be able to see the battery's make sure the connections are good and tight...
4)Tilt the scooter over on its side there is a grayish white cable this is your front-to-rear cable follow it from the front to the back ,make sure there is no cut or broken spots'which would be a spot on the cable that looks as if its been scraped against the ground .If there is a brake in that cable it will need replacement.
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hope i was helpful good luck.

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