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Were is reset switch

Picked up scooter to place it on level ground. now it willnot move when you engage the forward or reverse handles.

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Could it be in free-wheel mode. Most Prides have a pull up knob at the rear of the scooter.

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SOURCE: when i go forward or reverse i get a click the

Please check near the rear to ensure the the scooter is in gear. There should be a switch that needs to be moved up/down. Let me know if this is not the issue.
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This problem can be caused by a faulty signal from the throttle lever to the processor due to an intermittent failure of the throttle lever or the temperature switch for the motor is showing an "over heat " condition & the processor shuts down the system , until the switch is cycled. This will need to be checked & tested by a technician to verify the problem for repair.

Let me know,if needed further assistance.

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