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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Make sure it is not battery or motor, jump the battery + & - to the motor + & -, if it works it will be the control box
30 minute fix for very cheap
Get a Potter & Brumfield relay (5 poles)
2-3 feet of wire
4 female wire ends to plug into relay
HOW TO FIX
Take apart razor so you can see the black control box
Unhook throttle plug, this is the one with 4 wires (2 brown & 2 orange on mine)
30: Red wire from switch to control box, if you wire this straight to battery it will work with switch on or off (killing battery)
87: Red wire to motor
86: Brown wire from throttle plug
Run a wire from 12v (battery) to other brown wire on throttle plug
When the throttle is activated, it closes the loop in the brown wires, triggers the relay, activates the motor
You WILL NOT have the throttle control, it is wide open or off when you activate/de-activate the throttle
This will save you $30 for a new control (brain) box.
Posted on Jun 10, 2012
Does the Razor charger light go straight to charged? If so the battery has gone & needs replacing, please check the voltage output & load test the battery (weight on scooter while battery connected straight to motor). very common but overlooked issue can just be the On/Off switch, check there is voltage present across the terminals. If you are hearing a clicking noise then the control module may have gone.
Posted on Jul 05, 2011
SOURCE: I've replaced the batteries and
Hello, I believe what the problem is, in your throttle switch or more often the connection to your battery, even though your battery might be good, bad or loose connection can cause this. Most electric toy cars, go carts, buggies, and other similar electric toys, all operated on a electrical switch mechanism. They are effective when working, but unfortunately from my experience poorly built, meaning they wear out real easy. When working properly, you press the pedal, activates the electrical circuit by way of the switch. Think of the switch as like the ignition on a automobile. It works kind of the same method.
I believe personally it is in your connection to your battery. However here is what did here to help you out. I have put to REAL GOOD links to help you. One link is to the sight, which shows you parts and cost for parts, and on same site i gave you the link that takes you to the Ground force trouble shooting guide of possible problem and solution based on the symptom. I think this will help you. Links are below and please copy and paste them in your browser and let me know if anything else i can help you with. Thanks Mike
Thanks Again, Mike , (Fiya Expert.)
Posted on Aug 02, 2011
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