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Pull the battery box straight up to remove it from the Velcro.
Turn the box upside down and you will see 8 #1 Phillips screws. They require an extra long screwdriver to remove.
Once all the screws are out the box will separate and the batteries and connections will be visible.
Hope this helps.
Turn the battery box up side down and with a long Philips screw driver unscrew 8-10 screws. after removing screws, carefully put the box the right way up and remove lid. Mind the wires and becareful to note where they go before disconnecting them.
Turn the battery pack up side down and you will see holes around the outside of the case. With a long (12") Philips screw driver, remove 8-10 screws. carefully turn the pack back on it feet and the lid will come off. Be careful with the wires inside the battery pack and make a note of where they go.
If it is like my Pride Go Go Traveler Elite scooter, what they don\'t tell you is that you need to give the battery a sharp jerk to make it release and come off the scooter. You can\'t just pull it strong and steady.
to replace the batteries in your Go-Go you need to remove the battery case from the scooter and turn it upside down . as you use an AGM gel battery you will not spill any thing i change mine out every 400 charge cycle as they are good for about that long. on the bottom of the case you will find 8 screws you need to take out to open the case you will need a 6 to 8 inch long Philips screw driver for this. after you remove all the screws you need to turn the box up right and remove the top.inside you will find 2 batteries. you will need to replace both batteries to ensure the full 24 volt to power the scooter. yes you use any AGM gel battery.i get mine at batteries plus as it cost about half the price. carefully using 2 wrenches loosen and remove the small bolts and nuts holding the cables leads to the batteries' terminals, there should be 2 black and 2 red. now either draw how they attached to the positive and negative terminals or mark them in some manner.The batteries have two velcro strips on the bottom of each battery. remove the strips and place in the same position on the new batteries now place the new batteries in the box and press down firmly to seat the velcro, attach the cable leads to the proper terminal, replace the top and turn box upside down and replace the screws. now the batteries are ready to charge up so you can do as i do... race like at speed demon around in circles... happy scooting
you need to use an electric screwdriver or regular one with long narrow blade, then turn the batter housing over and insert the driver into the holes on the bottom of the case. Use slow speed in the counterclockwise direction, you will feel the screws release as there will be a clicking sound. Seperate the case and disconnect the batteries. Charge them on a car battery charger, put the batteries in parallel by using jumper cables then hook chargers to the batteries. Sometimes the scooter charger will not fully charge. Use 6amp or lower setting while charging. Also check and see if the fuse is blown or not inserted all the way.
The battery box for this scooter is easily taken apart to replace the batteries. Remove the battery box form the scooter and turn it upside down. There are 8 screws which hold the 2 halves of the battery box together. The screws require a long shaft Phillips #1 screwdriver to remove because they are at the bottom off long plastic round recesses in the battery box. Don't forget the 8 lock washers under the screw heads.
This scooter takes 2 batteries rated at 12 AH. The best type are AGM batteries (advanced glass mat). When you have the battery box apart, turn it right side up and pry the batteries off the velcro. Note which terminals are connected to red (+) and black (-) on each battery, The batteries and the terminals will be marked. Re-use the velcro by putting it on the new batteries to keep them secure in the box. Connect the four fast tab terminals to the batteries and push down on the batteries to get them to stick to the velcro. Turn the box over and install 8 screws making sure a lock-washer is under the screw head. Using your long screwdriver tighten securely. Plug in and test scooter and charging of the new batteries. Hope this helps.
Throttle potentiometers are a frequent part that is replaced on scooters due to wear. This part is available from the manufacturer Pride or from a company called Monsterscooterparts.com.
At the Monsterscooterparts home page click on mobility scooter parts, pride scooters, pride parts click on Pride Victory XL SC270 , select throttle pot assembly. Verify SN and compatibility remarks. They have an 800 phone number for questions and they ship worldwide. The Pride part number is ELEASMB 1511 for Victory XL 4 wheel scooters after the year 2000. Looks like the price is about $80. Labor is about 1/2 hour and can be done by an experienced mechanic or do-it-yourself. The part is available from the manufacturer if you are a dealer or have an account.
First remove the throttle lever by loosening the allen set screws. Separate the front console covers by removing 8 or more screws holding it together. Locate the throttle pot, unplug it and install a new one. Be careful not to over-tighten or strip the screws holding the potentiometer housing tabs to the plastic. Check the alignment visually before reassembling it. Don't pinch any wiring when you put the console back together. When you reinstall the throttle lever make sure it is even left to right and does not bind on the plastic console housing. Tighten the lever set screws firmly but do not strip them, this repair will need to be done again and you want to be able to remove these set screws. Hope this helps.
Rachel you need 2 12/12AH batteries that are located in the battery pack under the seat. Simply pull the battery pack from the scooter and with a standard phillips screwdriver remove the many screws attaching the battery pack together (simply turn the pack over to get to the screws) There will be two wire on each battery and also a heat sensor attached to the side of one battery remove the wires from each battery and carefully reove the heat sensor. You can bring one of the batterys to your local battery warehouse type store or a provider and purchase 2 new ones reinstall like you removed attaching red wire to red terminals and black to black terminals and reattach the heat sensor to the side of one battery (you can use packaging tape to reattach). replace all the screws to put the case back together and reinstall in your scooter. Charge the batteries with you charger until the charge light is green then happy riding HOPE THIS HELPS
We have had problems with scooter batteries from time to time and the repair man said to take apart the battery case and disconnect the batteries and use a car charger. I put the two battery in parallel and used a amp battery charger. This worked fine. Don't run your scooter batteries all the way down when using the Go Go as the scooter charger won't always bring them up to full charge and you may have repeat this. Also running the batteries all the way down shortens there life.