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Where do I find the free wheel controller and where do I find the large connections where the front and rear seperate

An earler question related to my shoprider scooter which would not have any reverse or forward movement when the key was turned on, my answer was to make sure the free wheeler lever was engaged and I should check the Controller or large connections. I have now released the freewheel lever then sharply engage it again, the movement forward and reverse now work ok but I would like to know how to find and check the above connections to make sure all is ok..

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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SOURCE: 4 wheel drive will not engage.

use a hohm meter to check the hub coils . the hub coils should have zero resistance. if the armeture plates shows wear marks on them clean and let dry then paint the back side of them with black tremmclad paint .also make sure that the bearings in the helix are not binding. if they are u can take them apaart and lightly file the slots some so the bearings move freely.
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Posted on Mar 12, 2009

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SOURCE: no movement, forward or reverse

sounds like it is in neutral, look for a lever on the bottom, rear of the scooter to pull up

Posted on May 07, 2009

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SOURCE: After stopping, tractor does not engage in forward or reverse

sounds like the by pass rod has been pulled out

Posted on May 08, 2010

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SOURCE: mtd rear tine garden tiller . The wheeles will

Could be the shifter inside the gearbox or it could be a stripped gear or broken chain. The bad news is you will have to remove the gearbox from the engine and then open the gearbox to see what is going on. This is quite time consuming but taking to a shop for this is very expensive due to the labor involved. You can do it yourself if you pay attention to how you take it apart. I hope this helps you out.

Posted on Jul 08, 2010

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SOURCE: Engage 4wd lever. no light

Good Afternoon. We use these type trucks for our plowing during the winter so I am familiar with what you're going through. There is a fuse for the 4wd, and there is an actuator in the front differential. What you might try first is to get under the truck and pull out the actuator and then put it in 4wd if it moves out it is locking in your front end. Hope that helps.

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These mobility scooters use a lot of electronics. Switch mode power supplies are a way of controlling a dc motor more efficiently than with rheostats or the solid state equivalent, large power transistors. There are also electronics and relays to change the polarity for reversing and further electronics to prevent the scooter being able to reverse as fast as it goes forward.

When two motors are used they could share some of the same electronics or the electronics could be duplicated for each motor. While this would provide a fairly basic control there are some considerations, namely the front wheels travel further than the back when going around corners and during this the rear motor will be pushing the front motor and it will be acting as a generator.

The circuitry has a lot to do as apart from controlling each motor it must synchronise them so they consistently produce the same effort and at the same time allow the front motor to speed up slightly when cornering so the rear motor doesn't have to push it.

Clearly it is a requirement the two motors must talk to each other via the circuitry. While it would be better that each motor provides torque feedback, such a system would be complex and expensive and so it is more likely the current each motor consumes is monitored and synchronised via intelligent circuitry.

From your description I suspect the problem is a breakdown in communication between the two motors or the current monitoring or the synchronisation circuitry.
Usually scooter manufacturers assemble all the circuitry on a single board and seem reluctant to offer a checking and repair service, preferring instead to sell complete boards at inflated prices.

Double checking all the connections might produce results but the chances are you won't be able to go much further without a complete circuit diagram.

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