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hi sounds like youre circuit has shut down if your have had it in free wheel it will shut down all the lights will work take the key out put it in drive and put the key back if it has a similar circuit as a pride XL it should work...........one more thing if u leave the key turned on for 20 minutes the circuit will shut down all the lights will work take key out wait for a few minutes & put the key back in ..if this does nothing get youre batteries checked with a ..battery load tester .....good luck
It sounds like the wheel bearings need lubrication or they might not have a fitting to be able to lubricate. If there is no way to lubricate the bearings, they will have to be replaced with new wheel bearings.
The horn is a a small peizeo horn. You can generally get them at radio shack. The horn voltage is 24v. Before you run and get a horn, you need to see if the horn accidentally was disconnected due to a bad solder joint or the wire had been accidentally pinched and cut from a previous service. This horn generally does not go bad. The button on the dash is usually the culprit. While you have it apart you need to look at the button closely. The best way to check this this to have the scooter on and touch both wires in the bottom of the switch with a screwdriver and see if the horn sounds. If it does, replace the switch. If it doesn't, then it is either the horn or a bad circuit. Depending on how comfortable you are messing with electricity. You can apply direct voltage from the batteries with a jumper wire and see if the horn works or you can use a voltmeter to check the circuit. I usually just use the jumper wires. It's fast and easy. If horn works then it's in the circuit, if it doesn't you have to start with replacing the horn.
These units are 24 volt systems. If the voltage at the controller drops below 18 volts the controller will cut out. Shutting the unit off and back on resets the controller. Since your battery gauge is dropping into the red when accelerating your batteries are suspected to be bad. If the batteries LOAD test fine then check your battery harness and circuit breaker wiring for a loose and / o r hot connection after riding it.
Could be water in the key switch. Try taking the tiller shroud off and shorting the wires underneath the key switch. Also, while you're there, check to see if there is a Printed Circuit Board. If there is, there may be a small glass fuse that may have blown. Hope this helps.
Hoping your problem is in the wiring to and from , or the light itself , usualy when the board goes , nothing works... make sure you test every contact point for juice to and from , before you discard the possibility...!!!!
Are any of the lights coming on? If so, are any flashing, and if so, how many times or is it constant? Check to make sure the freewheel lever is not bumped which will cause a no-go status. Put in freewheel and place firmly back in drive (located at the rear of the scooter).
Go back in and make sure all of the snap connections are tight. Undo them and redo them, don't rely on a visual inspection. Check the circuit breaker; push it in to reset. If it has tripped, you will feel a click when you push. Check all the fuses.