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Shop rider sovereign voltage indication. Brand new fully charged

Brand new batteries, fully charged. LED bar volt meter on tiller shows 3 leds after only a few yards of driving despite batteries fully charged and showing on external meter of 26 volts. Is it possible that LED voltage indicator has gone faulty or some fault in cables.
Regards
Richard

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  • Anonymous Mar 14, 2014

    checked ignition switch and batteries

  • Anonymous Mar 14, 2014

    fitted two new batteries fully charged but have no power or drive

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Hi Richard,

Does the scooter actually lose power after the 3 leds show ?

If it is losing power then a suggest to try some other batteries to confirm dodgy batteries, check the terminal connections etc.

If it does not lose power then the volt meter is at fault, if you can check the voltage before riding then after it shows only 3 leds , if there is a big drop, check the charger first to make sure the batteries are getting fully charged.

Regards
GeWiz.,

Posted on Dec 21, 2009

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