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Motor Wiring I have an inoperable Jazzy chair that needs new batteries and who knows what else. I would like to keep the drive wheels and motors. Each motor has 4 wires, 2 white, 1 red, 1 black. I assume the 2 white are for forward or reverse. How do I wire these to run full forward with no speed control?

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Two white wires are for the electric brake.  When the wheelchair is turned off while on an incline, the motors automatically lock up, preventing the wheelchair from rolling backwards.  The white wires disengage the electric brake when power is applied.

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Programmable through the joystick, need programmer

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