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Bad boy (or girl of course)! Should have noted everything BEFORE taking it apart. But then you now know that and probably did before .... Oh well, we've all done it... Once. I have a Pride scooter, but not this one. MAYBE someone with a sc50 Sonic will be kind and post a photograph of the underside of their control panel while still wired?? This would help our friend a lot.
Sadly Pride Mobility aren't known for useful things like wiring diagrams or meaningful owner's manuals.
hi ,I don't have access to the wiring diagram however I worked on most scooters so can I ask what the problem is , has the wiring loom got damaged ? if so please tell me the name of the motor contoller under the seat a blue or black box. I have rewired over 200 scooters so it not a issue. Not one failure.
Hi, I don't know whether you have sorted this or not but you MUST NOT connect directly to the cars lighting system, it will assume that there is an overload and switch the circuits off. You must use a bypass relay system of some sort, or preferably a vehicle specific wiring kit which will either plug directly into the REC (fuse box) in the left rear cubby hole in the boot or if you don't have the REC then a different wiring kit plugs into the lamps and has a towing interface with it. If you are not sure what you are doing then best contact your local towbar specialist.