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Pride colt plus mobility scooter light flashes 7 times battery fully charged frewheel lever in correct position and there is an audible continueous horn type noise but the scooter will not move

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  • Rob Hill
    Rob Hill Feb 20, 2018

    hi, 7 Flashes is because there is a fault with the wigwag or throttle lever as it known, it has to be dead centre when turned on otherwise it produces the fault you describe, could be fault wiring leading down to the controller. Regards

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Hi , 7 flashes mean the there is a issue with wigwag also known as the throttle lever now can you confirm the year of the colt please ?

Regards
Rob

Posted on Feb 13, 2016

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SOURCE: I have a pride gogo

  • What that flash code indicates that there is that the battery voltage is to high to operate the scooter. This can happen for a number of reasons and from out of no where. The manual says you should contact GoGo for this problem. But I know a couple things to try and if they do not work then you need to contact GoGo.
  1. First remove the battery connectors for 5 full minutes and see if that resets it.
  2. You may have a wire that got caught up somewhere so check all wires for breaks in the insulation, cracks etx.
  3. Check the fuse as well.
  4. Push in the main circuit breaker reset button (see diagram)

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  • Here is the GoGo Pride Scooter website should you need to contact them and if what I listed does not work then you need to. The things I list are some at home troubleshooting tips GoGo does not offer. They say to contact them immediately. http://www.pridemobility.com/contact.asp
  • Hope this helps and thank you for using FixYa.

Regards, Tony

Posted on Jun 16, 2011

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Dan Hudson

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SOURCE: NO DRIVE ON MY PRIDE REVO MOBILITY SCOOTER

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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SOURCE: light flashes 7 times battery fully charged the scooter is making an audible noise but it wont move at all i,ve checked the freewheel button and its in the correct place please help

Marie, scooter may need service, best to call a technician

Posted on Feb 08, 2016

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see below


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The diagnostic flash codes for your scooter are designed to help you perform basic troubleshooting quickly and
easily. A diagnostic flash code will flash from the status LED in the event one of the conditions listed below
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! ! ! ! ! (5)
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! ! ! ! ! ! (6)
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! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! (8) Motor volts error.
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! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! (9) Other internal errors.
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