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Hi , what scooter is this for ?

for 24 volt systems( a larger number of mobility scooters ) ... remember lithium powered scooters can be different including the the charge voltage of 29 volt...

okay you wire run the batteries in serial configuration...






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hi, ok now you need to check your wiring within the battery pack ,

If there are two batteries, you need to make sure that negative wire of one battery connects to the positive of the other battery,

now use the postiive and negative battery connections to connect to the scooter , that will give you your 24volts,


battery 1 connects battery 2
+ | - <------> + | -

== 24Volts

use the + of battery 1 & - of battery 2 to connect to the scooter.

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