Question about Pride Mobility Products Revo (3wheel)
Pride scooters are known for this problem, as I found out when it happened to mine.
You need to replace the Throttle Pot. Either take it to a mobility shop and let them do it or buy the part and do it yourself. It simply involves unscrewing the old one and screwing the new one into place, and there are diagrams to help you on the internet.
This throttle pot problem has happened to my Pride scooter three times already.
Posted on Jun 21, 2011
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