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Electrical issues for a schwinn SW-4007-BL

The throttle doesnt work, but when you depress the brake the scooter starts to run? I have a second second one and check the wireing but cant find anyting and at a loss

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Hi, These are both cables and it sure sounds like they are reversed. If you turn the throttle and try to push it is the wheel stopped? Check the cables on both ends to make sure they are routed to the correct function on your scooter. Good Luck, Hope this Fixsya!

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