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I have a Chauffeur heavy duty scooter that is about 9 or 10 years old. The serial number is 00 60322. I removed the nut in the center of the wheel, then a inch long key wedge was removed that lays on a sleeve. The wheel stii doesn't want to come off. Do I need to disconnect the batteries? Are there brakes holding the wheel?
Thanks so much for any help you can offer.
I just removed the right rear wheel from my Chaffeur scooter. I first removed seat, plastic cover and batteries. Then removed wheel center bolt, set scooter on it\'s side and used a short 2x4 and rubber mallet to drive the wheel off. A shot of penetration oil helped. It is an extremely tight fit.Can\'t figure the two piece rim out though. Anyone have suggestions on why it is a two piece and how to remove tire from rim?
Posted on Oct 02, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Battery location on scooter
Hi and welcome to FixYa,
Appreciate the direct "Ask Me".
Initially, have to inform you, have not worked on one. Being in the Philippines most that I have laid my hands on are Japanese with a sprinkling of Italian but don't recall ever working on a French scooter. Sorry.
Still as you posted "Any advice...", allow me to do some guesstimate:
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Posted on Dec 30, 2008
Call MGA toll free 1 800 222 4685 and they will walk you through the procedure. You have you put one hand on the slanted bar with the yellow label on it and one hand on the foot board and push in and down at the same time. Push at the same angle as the slanted bar. I couldn't get ours open either so I called the company - Good Luck!
Posted on Mar 19, 2009
I had the same problem- from out of nowhere the scooter started dying at every stop. I adjusted the idle screw to 2000 and it still idled up and down. I bought some injector cleaner but this will take a while to work (several tanks of gas) and then found this link- seems to be a very simple thing to do once you read this link. I hope it helps. --
Posted on May 19, 2009
i haven't been able to locate a manual online however here is the company website http://www.sterlingscooters.co.uk/index.asp email them or call them they may be able to assist you. keep in mind many companies won't offer support for products bought on ebay.
Posted on Sep 08, 2009
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one ofthe best ways to work it out is the find the motor controller, normally it's a black box located under the seat,
Now remember you have two wires from the batteries B+, B-, two wires to the motor, M+, M- and some smaller wires on maybe a ten connector block that leads to the tiller where the throttle on the handlebars is located.
Hope that helps
Posted on Oct 02, 2009
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