20 Most Recent Pride Mobility Revo 3 Wheel Electric Scooter Floor Sample Questions & Answers

Lift the seat off and lift the lightly velcroed back bodywork off.

Pride Mobility... | Answered on Jun 02, 2016

hi Edward, okay if you have no status light ? please verify that ? so no flashing light ?

Did you fit the batteries ? the reason I ask if someone else did it , did you see them fit the batteries because that fault can caused because the batteries have been fitted incorrectly then corrected however it done damage to the controller ....

it well be a wiring issue so check the wiring from the tiller to the frame to the controller, making sure there are no breaks any damaged of any sort ? please update me as I can help you ..


Pride Mobility... | Answered on Sep 23, 2015

Download the service manual from Pride's website. It has all the answers.

Pride Mobility... | Answered on Jul 09, 2015

Bad connections on the battery posts is most likely. If the circuit breaker was bad you'd get nothing at the battery . The charger voltage is 29 volts when not connected to the batteries. 26 or more when connected and on.

Pride Mobility... | Answered on Feb 24, 2015

Could be your carbon brushes. Really easy job to check. The brushes are located inside the motor housing and are covered by 2 or 4 black caps depending on your scooter model. You simply undo the caps and remove the Brush. Check that there is plenty of carbon material left and that the spring and contact are in good condition and that the Brush slides freely through the housing. Sometimes a sticking brush or bad contact can cause power fluctuations..... Let me know how you get on.

Pride Mobility... | Answered on Jul 22, 2014

this is the owners manual and it will tell you everything you need to know


all pride mobility scooters manuals can be found here: http://www.pridemobility.com/international/UK/ukownersmanuals.asp

Pride Mobility... | Answered on Apr 06, 2013

Trent I had this with another scooter and it turned out to be a cut or piece missing from one of the tires. Check all the tires carefully for any little defect or gouge. If you find something fishy take a piece of tape and cove the defect and the drive the scooter and see if you still hear the ticking sound. If that doesn't help block the rear of the scooter off the floor and have your wife run it slowly carefully listen to both rear tires to see if you can find the one making noise. If you can't hear the noise block up the front tires spin them to listen for the sound you are hearing. Hope this helps and let me know what you find Good Luck

Pride Mobility... | Answered on Mar 10, 2013

The battery boxes are removed from the scooter by lifting the handle and pulling straight up on the box. You may have to tug or wiggle it to get it free.
Turn the battery box over and look for 7 recesses in the bottom of the box where the 7 phillips head screws are located. Remove the 7 screws and the box will come open. A long handle #1 phillips or long handle #2 phillips screwdriver should work.
Turn the box over right side up before removing the top cover. The battery connections are red to positive (+), black to negative (-). Hope this helps.

Pride Mobility... | Answered on Jan 30, 2011

I would suspect the batteries were not tested properly. The best test to determine if batteries are good is with a load tester. If your batteries load test good then the charger may be suspect and it can be tested with a digital voltmeter. What you are describing is weak batteries not holding a charge. I would replace weak batteries and test your charger.
If you purchased this floor sample the batteries may have been sitting around too long and have become sulfated, coating the battery plates so they don't work properly. Have the dealer replace them under warranty and test the charger, making sure it is the correct charger and correct amperage for this scooter. Hope this helps.

Pride Mobility... | Answered on Dec 06, 2010

Hello dvaldez. The problem is not with the scooter but the battery. When a battery no longer takes a full charge you generally have to replace it. Any auto parts store will test that battery for you to see if it is indeed the problem. This is a free service. Joe

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Pride Mobility... | Answered on Dec 05, 2010

hi, first check the charger, can you try another charger ?

if you're convince the charger is charging ok then it points to the batteries being tired and need replacing but first check the connections to make sure there is not a loose connection.


Pride Mobility... | Answered on Jan 29, 2010


look at page 25, it contains a basic layout for the batteries.


Please vote if this helps.


Pride Mobility... | Answered on Jan 06, 2010

I have worked on this very scooter, so what's the problem, won't turn on ?


Pride Mobility... | Answered on Jan 04, 2010

It doesn't have one according to the manual. Many people wish to disable them anyway. Contact the maker and ask if it should have one or if you can have it retro-fitted.

Pride Health &... | Answered on Sep 14, 2020

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