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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
On some scooters it is possible to change the polarity of the motor. If its a two brush motor (most are) you can just swap the red and black wires around in the connector plug for the motor. Make sure you get the right wires if you do this but I have to point out that there is obviously a problem with the scooter and I would strongly advise you to get it looked at by your local dealer as the problem is potentially serious and may cause other problems aswell. I cant really understand why it would only go backwards. May be a throttle pot problem or main controller fault. Either way, as I said, best get it looked at as even if you do swap the wires, it is most likely that the scooter will only travel forward at the usual speed for reverse, normally 2mph! Hope this helps...
Posted on Mar 19, 2010
most rascal 235 and 245 scooters come equiped with power seat height control. you turn the key to the left and then the throttle lever becomes the seat height controller. the seat motor is ditectly uuder front of seat post. if it will not run follow wires to see that they are plugged up good.
Posted on Oct 03, 2010
Obtaining a 4-wheeled front section is the best way to improve stability. The 3-wheeled front section on rascal 235 and 245 scooters easily detaches and interchanges with the 4-wheeled front sections(235 models are a little shorter (less legroom).
Posted on Oct 03, 2010
SOURCE: I have a Liteway Rascal
as far as i can find out, this is part of the self diagnosing, fault finding system on newer scooters.
different number of flashes signifyiing different faults. i cannot find a specific manual for the rascal scooter, but on most scooters of this type 9 flashes is listed as "other internal fault, return to dealer for inspection"
this could cover absolutely anything. the only thing i can suggest, is that oyu check all of the electrical connections are clean and secure. make sure there is no obvious damage to any wiring, and that all of the control units, motor, and brake unit are clean and secure on the scooter.
there is very little else that a user can do to these scooters, other than returning it to the dealer for a full inspection.
dealers should be able to give you a free estimate of repair costs. and then it is up to you if you have it done or not. the only thing to be careful of, is that most dealers are just interested in selling new scooters, so they will try VERY hard to get you to buy another scooter rather than have your existing one repaired as they can make far more money this way. you will have to stand your ground to get a free estimate.
hope this helps
Posted on Jun 22, 2011
There is an overload protection switch in it. It will look like the the protection switch that can be seen under the mixes. The picture of the overload protector is added here. Its press button will only seen outside. Just putsh it once and check. The motor has carbon brushes inside it to get armeture contact. If these burshes are worn out, the motor won't turn, and the scooter won't move. There will be two of them in opposite directions. They are replacable parts. The picture of it is also given here. Check these first. If you need anymore assistance from me, feel free to get me by FixYa.
Posted on Aug 05, 2011
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