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Celebrity X The headlights work, but the horn does not and when you engage it to move the scooter will not move and no signs of motor clicking or engaging at all. what can be wrong?

Have checked the reset button, have checked the manual brake engage lever

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What about the batteries? How old are they? Have they ever been load tested? is the charger still plugged into the scooter.

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SOURCE: Celebrity Pride SC440 scooter makes continuous clicking sound

the motor break assembly is going bad, if not replaced soon it will quickly draw down your batteries. [email protected]

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SOURCE: Pride Celebrity 3 wheel. The free wheel lever

My Mother buggy does the same and you can damage the gearbox, so I use a elastic try down to the bumper this stops it from moving but should there be a need I can remove it.

the Freewhel mech may have come loose so check it out.

Regards
GeWiz.

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Hi
Please Check that your Freewheel Lever is Fully in Position as if is Slightly out of Position it will Not Work,

Gerry.

Posted on Aug 01, 2010

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You can try to do this with the cover off, just in case it is not seated properly and holding the lever from fully engaging. The actual swithc is a small microswitch down at the brake, and it can get dirt in it and that will stop it from working, or it may even fail, and need to be replaced. So I would:
1) try it woth the shroud off the motor using.
2) look for dirt around the switch.
3) take a paperclip and jump the scooter side of the switch to bypass the microswitch on the scooter, be careful not to short the jumper to the scooter frame.

Let me know how you make out.
Dan

Posted on Jun 11, 2012

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Is the dash board lighting up when you turn on the key? If so check the transmission dissenge lever. It's at the very back under the seat looks like a hook sticking out it needs to be pushed all the way in to engage your ******. If it's pulled out the scooter should be able to free wheel (in case you needed to push it) Hope that helps!

Posted on Aug 10, 2012

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