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How to hook wiring x treme electric scooter

Electric X Treme... | Answered on Dec 26, 2016


Electric X Treme... | Answered on Jun 30, 2014

Ok-under the seat is a bent "turn-key" bar that will allow you to tighten the seat but the problem with the turn-key is that at a certain point it gets extremely hard to tighten further--the solution it to use a drive socket that will fit over the nut on the opposite side of the turn-key (we used a size 3/8" drive ratchet handle and a size 3/4" socket) the hubby just held the turn-key bar steady as he tightened with the ratchet or you can use a wrench to hold the bar still---hope this helps

Electric X Treme... | Answered on May 29, 2012

Check the batteries, they need at least 12+volts to run scooter. Blinker may be burned out or the wire came loose. If batteries are charged Two things That could be wrong are: Twist throttle is NO Good, Or the controller is BAD. You need a voltage tester, (Disconnect the Wiring Harnesses) and check voltages coming out of the controller(the silver BOX with lots of wires) and see if it is sending voltage to the twist throttle. Controller wires to the Twist throttle should read 4-5 volts.

(Make Sure You Unplugged That Wiring Harness) There is 4-6 wires in that Wiring Harness then find + and - test them for voltage from that Controller box wiring harness. If You get a positive reading out of that Controller wiring harness then the Twist Throttle thing is bad. If you get NO READING out of that Controller Wiring Harness Then if is BAD. Normally it will be the dead batteries or the Twist Throttle that go bad. Batteries are expensive, Twist Throttle Cheap. Good LUCK

Electric X Treme... | Answered on May 12, 2011

You probably have a 24 volt or 36 volt system. For each 12 volts, you will need 1 battery. Thus, you will need 2-3 batteries. The batteries are located between the footrest in the middle. Some have an access panel. If your model does not have that panel, then you have to remove the seat and plastic body, a very time consuming and annoying process. You may even have to remove the steering stem. Pull out the batteries, TAKE SEVERAL PICTURES of the wiring so you can put it back together exactly the same way. The wires have to be in series. If you screw this up, best case it won't charge properly, worst case you can overheat and damage the batteries, even causing them to explode and cause a fire in extreme cases. The old wires may be soldered on. Just snip them off and install new connectors that you can find at walmart, radio shack, or any automotive store. The manufacturer should have left a little extra wire to allow for this. If not, you may have to remove the solder with a soldering gun and reuse the existing connectors, or run new wire. You probably need 12V7AH, 12V8AH, 12V10AH, or 12V12AH SLA batteries(SLA means sealed lead acid, V means Volts, and AH means Amp Hour). It should be stamped on the side of the battery. 10AH and 12AH are the most common. They should cost about $25-$40 each depending on the supplier and size of the battery. The higher the AH, the more expensive the battery. Once you've changed the batteries, charge them completely before using it. FYI: Always fully recharge the batteries after you deplete them. Letting them sit discharged will drastically shorten their life or even ruin brand new batteries. Also recharge the batteries every couple of weeks, even if you aren't using the scooter. They gradually discharge when sitting. If you keep the batteries charged, you should expect about 1.5 - 2 years out of them for average use. Hope this helps. www.solanocycle.com

Electric X Treme... | Answered on Jan 03, 2011

Know this is an old post but if someone else needs to know how to get to the batteries on boreem jia remove the nuts at the bottom of the shaft holding the seat where it connects to the fiber glass frame and then remove seat and shaft and then four nuts "2 on each side" under the feet rest, you may need locate the tops under the boreem label by peeling it back to hold while untighting that's it, now you can slide the housing to the side be careful of your wiring only enough room to access and remove batteries. You will have to either cut or use soldering gun to free up the wires hope it helps

Electric Toys | Answered on Jun 12, 2020

since fixya did not sell it to you who knows??

Electric Toys | Answered on Sep 22, 2018

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