Question about Pride Legend XL Heavy-Duty 4 Wheel Scooter
Don about the only thing left to check is the brushes in the motor and the brake. You can remove the brush caps and check to make sure that the brushes are not worn badly. You can also chek the rear of the scooter where the brake and the motor are attached and after a period of driving this area can be warm but not very warm or hot to touch. If it is hot or very warm then the brake is dragging and causing an excessive draw on the batteries. You can have the brake replace or take it off and clean the brake pad. Careful don't pull or break the wires going to the brake. Hope this helps let me know if it did Good Luck
Posted on Oct 01, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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