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There is adjustments on both steering arms located under the seat. You can make the adjustments by lifting the unit's wheels off the ground and determine if the are "creeping" when the unit is running. Adjust the linkage until neither wheel creeps. Then the tracking can be adjusted by turning the screws located at the base of the steering levers.
Note, the levers do not return to neutral automatically.
I had a similar problem on my Pride Legend scooter, it would
creep back in reverse if you let go of the throttle. The FWD/REV spring tensioned throttle pot inside was "off center"causing it to activate in reverse when it should have stayed put with the electric brake energized.
I had to replace the throttle pot assembly. Not sure if yours
is similar, but I would suspect it might be.
start fiddling with the controls of the panel the cables to the air flows is either stretched or the insect that creeped in is blocking the automation seal and maybe exerting itself to achieve the command . for instance if the full cold is commanded then back the command off a mark or two so that it wont keep forcing itself to full throttle when it actually can't.
There is a Manuel shift shaft looks like bolt head on the left foot side towards the back were your heal sits try shifting to neutral there change your oil and only use Honda hp4 motor oil otherwise your electric shift solenoids get stuck and won't shift
on the top of the transmissin reaward near the firewall there is a good sixed plug and a shaft with an arm connected to a cable. This switch tells the engine control computer what gear is selected, the reverse lights to work and the starter circuit to make in park and neutral. Usally the switch doesn't fail in both neutral and park if you have a no start and it won't strart in nuetral either then you may be looking for other problems. If the back-up light fuse is blown you can't get out of park unless its just unlocked but the power off. tHE BRAKE LIGHT CIRCUIT IS INVOLVED TOO. The security light being on steady will cause a no start also. The starter itself can't be left out as puting power directly on the starters start post gets it to crank, Security system issues still may not let it run. Most common problem with the security system is the small wires on the ingtion lock tumbler breaks and then the ECM can't reconize the key.