Question about Golden Technologies Golden CompanioN II - 3 Wheel
OK Back again! Still no luck on the scooter. Here is a step by step of the problem. I charge overnight then the next morning I turn the key on and it shows 26 on the volt/amp meter. I then ride around the yard for maybe 10 min. and all of a sudden the volt/amp meter goes all the way down to 18, but I soon I flip the key back on it goes to about 20 then jumps back to 26 but as soon as I try to take off it goes dead. But if I plug it in to a outlet for 4-5 min it takes off like nothing is wrong for another 10 min or so and the same thing over again. I did everything you said plus I cleaned and spayed electrical spay on each connection and I also noticed that the lower contact on the brake was just about off from poor soldering and I re-solder that still no luck. There is a squealing noise after the motor warms up that I had never heard before this problem. It seems to be and overheating problem is what It reminds me off from other electrical motor. Is the somewhere were a person can purchase a motor for the Golden Companion the model of the motor is MK-400 I have now been stuck in my house for 31/2 weeks most of the time and I am going crazy getting this thing going. I am sure it just a simple thing. Thanks again Dave
Posted on Sep 02, 2010
You have to open the battery compartment and using a voltage tester measure the voltage output of the battery 12v output is stable if you measure a lower voltage then you have to recharge the battery after recharging the battery whethin a couple of hour and still low voltage on the battery then time to replace the battery.meanwhile if the battery is stable then you have to check the switch on the accelerator corroded contact can cause a poor distribution of voltage to the motor....you can post a comment for your additional question thanks! I hope this helps you..
Posted on Aug 30, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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