Question about Pride New Mobility Legend 4 Wheel Scooter
It sounds like you have tracked down your problems to the front to rear wiring harnesses since you have replaced some of the pins. In my experience, it is not cost effective to do this since there are usually hidden problems in the harness due to flexing, other corroded contacts or contacts pushed in the connector not making contact. The front to rear harness costs about $60 retail and is easily replaced.
You might also consider replacing the two intermediate harnesses from the tiller to all the components in the front console and the rear controller harness. I have had the rear controller harness melt and make poor contact at the controller board connector on the Curtis and Penny and Giles controllers. I have also had the tiller harness get pinched and flexed so much that the internal wiring made intermittent contact.
Continuity checks are only good if you go from the farthest point at the controller board pin outs to the console board pin outs. Sometimes, you can have a good continuity check on an unplugged, isolated component only to have it fail when you plug it in and the contacts are poor. Usually the intermediate molex contacts or wiring can be bad. These two additional harnesses can run an additional $200 retail. Labor should be about 2 hours if you do it yourself and if you have a hot glue gun to secure the front to rear harness under the shroud (if not use cable ties). You might still need to replace the front console circuit board and throttle potentiometer but your description indicates otherwise. Also make sure the that the front connector to the console circuit board (from the intermediate front to rear harness has not come unplugged due to gravity. You might still need to contact your professional for additional diagnosis and parts, then do the work yourself. The parts are OEM parts only, but they might be available online at a discount. Hope this helps.
Posted on Nov 13, 2010
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