Rode all day in snow brought inside to charge now power irratic
Batteries moist, upper wires dry, connections dry. took batteries out. After charging all night motor didn't go, when picked up suddenly went without engaging throttle,very little power when any resistance itroduced motor quit.
Re: rode all day in snow brought inside to charge now...
I would take the motor controller out, remove the end cap without wire on it and smell the insides. If it smells burned, you need to take out the other 5 screws and see what smoked. In mine, I had corrosion and Q5 was missing 25% of the package. I cleaned the corrosion with a old tooth brush and 99.9% alcohol that I had. Replaced the part and all was fine. There is a trick to installing the bracket that holds Q5 and D11 to the case (a heatsink). I put the board and wires in the case and secured with 4 screws. I put the assembly in a vise with the side hole on the bottom. Align the bracket with the outside hole on top of Q5 and D11 (use a small wire that goes thru both holes) I took an x-acto blade- a flat one and slid it on top of the bracket that is now laying on top of Q5 and D11. By pulling up slightly you can put pressure on the bracket holding it in place. Insert the retaining screw and other end cap.
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P0304 Code Cylinder 4 Misfire The p2503 code is - charging system low output. If the engine ran ok before the radiator blew, then components and wire are probably still wet or moist. Especially with cylinder #4 , take off spark plug wire from spark and from coil and dry out the inside of the boots. Also, try blowing the alternator dry with a hair drier.
This can be due to few reasons one can be a bad battery that won't take enough charge or power cable wire is damaged from inside or may be a phone power issue inside however it'll be better if you can take the phone to a phone repair shop then they will diagnose it.
JRH, you didn't say if you put new batteries in the chair. If not some of your problem could be the batteries The lights on the joystick will blink a certain number of times to give you a "fault code" Use this code to determine the error. If after you rode the chair out of freewheel then the motor connection is not the problem. I'm guessing the batteries are the problem. Hope this helps
first check your battery connections and make sure they are tight and clean. Then check the voltage at the battery as well make sure it has at least 12.5 volts with the key off. Start the bike and test the voltage at the battery with the bike running, it should be around 12.8 to 13.5 VDC and if you turn the throttle up it should increase to around 14. 5 VDC anything over 15 VDC would indicate a bad voltage regulator. If you only see battery voltage, (whatever the voltage was with the key off and no more then that) I would suggest from there reading the tips and tricks I wrote on testing your charging system. Thanks for using Fixya.com and good luck. Let me know what you find and Ill be happy to help you further if needed. Also always check your ground connections to be sure they are tight and dry as well.
came out of the coffee shop went to start the bike and the battery didn't have enough power to turn over the motor....I pushed started it but it didn't want to stay running once I put it in gear. Last night charged the battery and today put it in the bike and it started right up....rode it for about 45 minutes waited for about half an hour before starting it up again and it started , no problem. I am thinking that maybe it is the voltage regulator or maybe the alternator....can anyone help me out with this? ,If you have a multimeter, you need to test the electrical output of the charging system. (Check the voltage of the battery when the bike is revving at about 2000 rpm)
If you don't have a multimeter, the best thing to do probably is to take the bike to an Autozone or similar car place where they will test the battery and charging system for free,,,
sounds suspiciosly like your chord fitting is damaged(loose wires at connection)and shorting.if possible try a friends power supply with same connecter type before renewing cos could be faulty(loose)connection at pc(inside)constant pushing and pulling of connections often causes 1. loose split or disconnected wires at male connection or 2.loose pins on motherboard female connection or broken housing (not difficult to repair)more difficult to find out how to get to internal connection.