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My dad has a merits 4 wheel pioneer that flashes 5 times what fault code is this

It charges just wont move. was flashes 7 times and we replaced the potentiometer then it changed to 5 times

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This flash error code for the dynamic controller indicates a park brake fault. Try moving the brake lever back and forth in each direction to clear the fault. You may have a faulty brake or brake microswitch. You can test the brake with a voltmeter. It should read 40 to 60 ohms and not shorted or open. You can test the microswitch by pushing it and checking for switch closure using a voltmeter. You need to turn the scooter on and off to clear the last fault. Hope this helps.

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