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To many determinations from not hooked up correctly to be charged to battery failure -to circuit failure --start with test batteries --could be failure -if good will need to test the circuit and components like the switches motor connections etc
Posted on May 02, 2018
We had the same problem that I found to have a very simple fix. It seems all that needed to be done was hold in the reset button a few seconds while the battery charger was plugged in and the light on the charger turned to red and the battery charged again. Seems like too easy of a fix but it worked for my kids scooter.
Posted on Jul 19, 2009
This is probably due to a faulty wiring, regulator/rectifier or, less likely faulty alternator
1st check the wiring & connections from the alternator to the reg/rect (3 yellows) then check wiring to the battery (thick red)
You should get 13.5 volts (with a fully charged battery) across the battery terminals rising with the engine revs to no more than 15.5 volts, if its over then the regulator is at fault
check the alternator for continuity between the 3 yellow wires (3 pairs) at the reg/rect plug after disconnecting it. the 3 pairs should have a similar reading & none should go to earth
To check the rectifier part you need a diode drop setting on your multimeter. there should be a reading 1 way only between the red & any yellow and between the black & any yellow if not it will need renewing
Hope this helps
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Posted on Oct 28, 2009
I think your batteries haven`t been charged properly,or they have been left standing so the charge has leaked out.At a minimum your batteries need to be charged for 12 hrs a day for the first month if not they will not build the capacity and will dwindle and die for example it is at only 25% capacity,but looks like a fullcharge, it says it fully charged but will die
quickly this happens because it is charged to its full capacity but that is only 25% of the batteries true potential
resulting in short battery life.
Unfortunately majority of scooter batteries like this have to be newly replaced.
Posted on Nov 06, 2009
SOURCE: Scooter stops intermittenly
Hi. Does the machine stop suddenly, or does it slowly stop as it normally would? Does this happen on hills or slopes?
A lot of scooters have a self-resetting circuit breaker connected to the battery leads. If the machine draws to much current ( amps ) then the circuit breaker trips out. After a few minutes the circuit breaker will reset and you can continue.
This could mean that the circuit breaker is faulty or that the motor is drawing to much current, or is burnt out.
Some machines have a very light duty circuit breaker, and these can trip out often. I have changed many of these circuit breakers for this reason.
Check all your battery leads are secure and tight.
If it is still a problem, get a serviceman to check the motor current is what it should be.
Good luck. Neil.
Posted on Jun 07, 2010
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