Scooter Doctor v0.0.0

Have a Sick Scooter?

What are the Symptoms?

No Warranty Expressed, Implied, or Given! Information here is a troubleshooting guide.

Rascal

Loosing Power

Flash Codes

Won't Go

Stops Suddenly

Factory Tech Support

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Rascal

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600 Series R6  

Unit does not move

After each Solution, test by restarting the Rascal

Key switch not on

Turn the Key Switch On

Did not work go next

Scooter in Seat lift Mode

Change rocker switch to drive mode.

Did not work go next

Main Circuit Breaker Tripped

Reset circuit Breaker in the Trunk Area

Did not work go next

Brake Release Lever in "Push Mode"

Push Brake Release Lever Down "Drive Mode"

Did not work go next

Charger Connected to Outlet

Unplug Charger

Did not work go next

Battery Power Low

Recharge Battery

Did not work go next

Tiller Harness Loose or Unplugged

Tiller Cable needs to be pushed in all the way until you hear it click

Sometimes the Stainless tang will need to be straightened on the Tiller plug for it to lock properly

Did not work go next

Scooter shuts Down to Conserve Battery

Cycle Switch Off Then On.

Did not work go next

The Dash

The Dash has a green Status Light- Steady green means good to go. Rascal Tiller

Flashing means a problem, count the flashes and go to Flash Codes.

Did not work go next

Scooter feels wobbly when driven

Tire pressure low

inflate Tires

Did not work go next

Seat is Loose

Check seat for loose hardware or damage. Ensure seat in locked position.

Did not work go next

Bearings in head tube worn

Replace bearings

Did not work go next

Range less than expected

Charging too infrequently

Charge unit more often

Did not work go next

Defective or worn out battery

Load test batteries. If necessary replace.

Did not work go next

Cold weather reduces battery life

Allow batteries to reach room temperature and then fully recharge

Did not work go next

Defective charger

Replace Scooter Rascal Charger

Did not work go next

Erratic behavior when engager operated

Faulty engager

Replace with the Forever Lever

Contact the Doc for more information

Ammeter not registering

Batteries are fully charged

Turn keyswitch to “on.” Battery indicator should read “F” (Full)

Did not work go next

Ammeter broken or wire disconnected

Replace Ammeter or connect wire

Did not work go next

Batteries have bad cells

Load test batteries. If necessary replace

Did not work go next

Faulty charger

Replace Faulty Charger

Contact the Doc for current pricing

Brake squeals

Dirt in brake pad

Blow dirt out with air pressure hose

Did not work go next

Brake release lever sticks

Rust and corrosion

Spray ball detent area with lubrication oil. Be careful not to get oil onto the brake pad

Did not work go next

Stiffness in steering

Possible grime build-up

Lubricate rod end joints (4 wheel models)

Did not work go next

Bearings in head tube worn

Replace bearings

Did not work go next

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Rascal

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Other Rascal Scooters R3, R4, R5   

Does the meter on the Dash show that there is Power?

Yes

Unplug scooter from the wall.

Put Parking Brake in Drive mode(not easy to push scooter).

Turn on with the Key.

After each check test by turning off and on with the Key.

Key Switch

Is Key turned to the right? The keys position is like on a clock face 1 and 7 position.

If the Key is turned left, when you squeeze the throttle lever there maybe a humming noise and the seat will rise.

The seat will change speed if you turn the speed knob up.

The scooter will not drive if the Key is not turned to the right.

Throttle Lever

With the key turned to the right, there should be a clicking noise coming from the parking brake when you squeeze the Throttle Lever.

No clicking noise would indicate the brake is not releasing so the scooter cannot drive.

The Controller will not send power to the Motor if the throttle lever is not in the neutral position when the key is turned.

Sometimes the throttle lever brakes in the middle and needs to be replaced.

To check the throttle, will mean unplugging the tiller cable and taking the three screws out of the Tiller cover, measure the resistance between the center pin and one of the outside pins.

The readings should be about half of the reading from testing the resistance between the outside pins +-16%.

Note that it is a good idea to change the speed pot at the same time as the throttle.

The replacement Throttle is called a Forever Lever, the maker warranty- if it fails they will replace the throttle for free, not including service call and labor.

Is the Charger plugged in?

If Yes- Unplug and restart.

Didn't work - Go to Brake Lever

Brake Lever

Is the Brake Lever up, and the Scooter easy to push?

Put lever down so it is hard to push the scooter. Now it is in drive mode.

The Brake Lever is located on the lower right side of the rear of the Scooter.

Restart with Key, turn Key right for scooter power, turning the Key left is for the Optional Seat Lift.

Does not work, Go to Battery Level

Battery Level

If the Batteries are charged and you start to drive and the power drops to the bottom and stops or dies very quickly then it's time to check the charger before you get new batteries.

If the same thing is happening but the batteries are new, the charger could be the problem.

Go to Charger

Charger

If the Rascal is able to drive with the charger plugged into the wall, either the inhibit circuit is bad or connection to the controller is bad.

Quick check of the charger, turn key on, note the battery level on the dash.

Watch the meter, plug in the charger, if the meter climbs up to the top--charger is working, if it does nothing, then charger is not working or the battery is full.

Check your outlet for power, plug a lamp or other appliance in to test that the outlet has power.

If the charger is working but does not go, try disconnecting the charger from the controller, Flat white 4 pin plug and try to drive, if scooter drives the charger is bad. If not go to next line.

Make sure the charger connections are good. Go to Ele. Connections then test charger.

If the charger is working, Charge the batteries and restart.

If the charger is not working then replace.

If scooter does not drive- Go to the Drive Train

Ele. Connections

Are the Electrical Connections Good?

No- Repair and restart

There are flat White 4 pin plugs in the back. Make sure the pins in the plug are pushed all the way in, use a small screw driver.

Connections good Go to Drive Train

Drive Train

Is the Drivetrain Motor okay?

Prior to 1997, On UT Motors - Whisper quiet motors are intergal to the Transaxle and have no brushes.

The UT Motor/transaxle would have to be replaced as one unit.

Later Models, the Motor and transaxle could be replaced individually, Newer Motors have 2 brushes.

Check motor leads to ground and motor casing, The resistance should be very high, indicating motor is not grounding to the casing.

Motor resistance should be be low between the leads. No more than 3 ohms.

Repair, restart.

If Motor is good Go to the Brake.

Brake

Is the Brake Assembly okay?

The Coil on the brake should be 40-48 ohms

If your Meter shows an open, make sure the brake lever position does not change your readings

If the brake is shorted or has an open, replace it and restart

If the Brake is okay- Call Scooter Doctor

No Dash Power

Tiller Plug Dirty? Clean it.

Have a Good clean plug. TIP: Put Dielectric Grease on the pins to maintain good connection.

There is another plug that connects front to rear section.(Located Under Scooter) Check it.

If Batteries are charged up, check Tiller cable for damage or at the bend points for broken connections.

You may have to check the Cable lead by lead for continuity- check to see if there is a break in the wires.

None of these things Worked

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No Power

1st Things To Try

Is it turned on, with lights and horn?

Yes

Free wheel lever in drive mode?

The Lever is in the back either under or behind the seat on right side.

Yes

go to throttle page

No

Flip the lever into drive mode

If the Scooter is easy to push to move try flipping the lever the other way.

No

The Battery is probably dead

Flashing Dash Light/Beeps

Is there any flashing lights or horn beeping?

Yes

count the flashes or beeps then go to Flash Codes Button

No

No, next

Is the Charger Plugged In

Yes

Unplug The Charger and Restart the Scooter

No

Goto Next

Batteries Connection Loose?

Tighten all Connections

Battery Paks

Make sure Battery Pak area is clean

Clean Connectors

May have to open up the Pak check fuses and Connections

Push Pak in good

No

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Fuses Blown?

Some are on the Tiller

Some are inside the Tiller

In the back of Scooter

Check with your Manual for fuse Locations

Yes

Check with your Manual for fuse Locations

Battery Circuit Breaker- push it in.

No

Go To Tech support or call 262-877-3389

After checking the Scooter try turning it off and back On.


Note: For Locations of these Items, Check Your Owners Manual

Need a Owners Manual? Contact the Doc


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Doc's Phone

262-877-3389

You can close the panel by clicking outside the panel, pressing the Esc key or by swiping.

Doc's Phone

Click on the button below to get the number.

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Battery Pak

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Battery Paks contain 2 batteries, they often have a circuit breaker on the outside and fuses on the inside. They make a connection with the Scooter automatically when the pak is installed. The Paks are designed to be removed and reinstalled frequently. Great for traveling.

The charger port is normally on the box. The charger plugs into the port for charging

To properly begin charging, First plug the charger into the pak, Second, plug the charger power cord into the wall outlet. This method will keep the charging plug from arcing, damaging the the plug and the Battery Pak.

If the Scooter is not going to be used for an extended period of time (more than 2 weeks) then, I recommend charging the pak over night and disconnecting the Battery Pak from the system. If you leave the the battery in the Scooter, the electronics will discharge the Battery.


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Batteries

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  • Make sure the Batteries have been Charged and are connected securely to the system.

  • If the Scooter has been sitting for a long time without being charged, the Batteries maybe too far gone for the Charger to work. It may not be able to Charge the Batteries because they have dropped down below 16 volts. Smart Chargers used on Scooters have a low voltage cutoff that stop them from operating below 16 volts.

  • Scooters Electical System do not completely shut down when you turn the key off. The Controller still uses a small amount of juice, so if you ignore the Charging because you shut the key off. The Batteries are still getting used (very small amounts) Batteries connected to the Scooter system. It is just like, If you leave a 5 gallon Bucket full of water with a pin hole leak in the bottom, before you know it it will be dry! So Batteries that have been left unattended (Monthly Charging) May have drained the Batteries beyond the point of no return. In these cases new Batteries will need to be purchased. (Please see Parts Section of this Guide)

  • Batteries fail for a variety of reasons, Neglect, Age, short cycling (charging for a couple hours used a few minutes then put back on charge), or are damaged internally will require replacement. (Please see Parts Ordering Section)

  • Testing Batteries with a meter may tell you that the Battery has 12vdc in one and the other has 12.01vdc, this will not tell you if the Batteries are any good. The correct method is to use a Load Tester to determine if the Batteries have enough storage current to operate the Scooter. Having said this, if you sit on the Scooter pull up to a soild wall so the front is being stopped by the wall, then hit the throttle for 4 seconds and watch the Battery Meter on the Scooter Dash. If the Meter drops all the down right away, bad Batteries. If the Meter drops to about half way and holds, good Batteries.

  • You should only try this after a full charge and driving the Scooter around for 5 minutes to take the surface charge off and Then for no longer than 8 seconds! Longer and you risk damaging something!


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Battery FAQ

How far can I drive on a full Charge?

How often should I charge the Scooter?

If I am not going to use the Scooter for a couple months, what should I do?

Do the Batteries have a Memory?

Can I interrupt the charging cycle to use the Scooter?

Do New Batteries need to be broke in?

Will setting a battery on the ground discharge and kill them?

Do I need to add water to the batteries?

Are car batteries the same as Scooter Batteries?

How many Volts are the Batteries?

Where can I get Batteries?

How many Batteries does my Scooter have?


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Learn: Scooter Motors

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Motors On Scooters are 2 pole and 4 pole Motors. 4 Pole are heavy duty type. The amount of poles refer to how many Carbon Brushes it has. The brushes make contact with the armiture, the armiture turns the transmission (transaxle) the more brushes the more power we can get. The brushes type Motors used on Scooters is DC (Direct Current) uses battery power to run. AC (Alternating Current) is the power we get out of the wall outlet for motors for running a floor fan.

Scooter Motor is attached to the transaxle. The Motor normally has two wires that go through the outer shell of the motor (a Red wire and a Black Wire). There are also two White or Gray colored wires that attach to the Brake on the end of the Motor. Typically the Parking Brake is directly attached to the Motor, with a lever attached to the Brake. The Brake Lever is there for you to disengage the Parking Brake allowing the Scooter to move freely. This why we call it Free wheeling or Refer to it as being in Free Wheel Mode ( the Parking Brake is manually disconnected).

Motor Brushes wear out sometimes and need replacing. Before Replacing the Brushes, once the old Brushes are removed pressureized air should be blown in the brush holder to remove the carbon dust, this can be very messy so you should do this out doors! Do Not use Spray Cleaner in the Brush Holder, this stuff can make the Carbon Dust stick to the inside of the motor and has been known to help short out the Motor.

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Have Power Won't Go

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NOTES: There are at least two Main Electrical Circuits in the Tiller Dash

If you have the Power Circuit (horn,gauges,ect.) you may not have the Control Circuit, if the horn beeps it does not mean the throttle will make you go!


Check These:

1. Is the Charger still plugged In?

2. Is The Free Wheel Lever in Drive Mode?

3. Are there any beeping sounds or lights Flashing on the Dash?

4. Turn the Speed Control up and down, turn the Key Off/On, work now?

5. Is there a clicking sound coming from the back of the Scooter when you press the Throttle?


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Throttle Probs

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Safety 1st: Before testing, put blocks under frame so the wheels do not touch the ground!        

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Learn: Clicking from the back

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This is how it Works

The Clicking noise coming from the back of the Scooter when you squeeze the Throttle Lever, is coming from the parking brake

The Parking Brake is attached to the Motor.

The Motor is attached to the Transaxle.

The Parking Brake keeps the Motor from Turning, to keep the Scooter from rolling away.

When the Throttle is Squeezed, the Brake releases (Clicking), allowing the Motor to drive the Transaxle, and away you go!

When the Throttle is released, the controller(Brain Box) Electronicaly Slows the Motor to a Stop

Then the Parking Brake Clicks, the Motor is stopped from turning.


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Stops without warning

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Maxima Flash Codes

Flash Code Condition Solution
3 High Bats Volts Check Charger exceeding 30v-replace
5 Brake Fault S-Drive Controller/Wiring Bad
6 Throttle Trip Throttle pressed on start-restart
7 Throttle Trip Test Throttle -Replace
8 Motor Disconnected Check Motor/Wiring
9 Controller Fault Controller internal fault

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Celebrity X Flash Codes

Flash Code Condition Solution
1 Battery charge is low. Charge batteries as soon as possible.
2 Battery charge is too low. Charge batteries.
3 The scooter's battery voltage is too high to operate the scooter, or the charger is still connected to the offboard charger port. Unplug charger and/or turn key off, then back on again. If traveling down a slope, reduce scooter speed to the minimum setting.
4 Current limit time out. Turn the scooter off for a few minutes, then turn your scooter back on.
5 The manual freewheel lever is in the (forward) freewheel position. Remove the key from the key switch, then push the manual freewheel lever to the drive (rearward) position and restart your scooter
6 Throttle control lever not at center position at start up. Return the throttle control lever to center position, turn scooter off then back on.
7 Speed pot error. Call your authorized Pride Provider for assistance.
8 Motor volts error. Call your authorized Pride Provider for assistance.
9 Other internal errors. Call your authorized Pride Provider for assistance.

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Victory Flash Codes

Flash Code Condition Solution
2 Bats Low/ Charger plugged in Charge to full then unplug
3 Battery volts too High Call Pride 800-800-8586
5 Brake Fault Put Free Wheel Lever in Drive Position
6 Throttle Fault let go of Throttle retry key, Replace Throttle
7 Throttle/Speed Pot Fault Replace Throttle and Speed Pot
8 Motor Disconnected Fault Reconnect Motor and Retry
9 Controller Fault Shut off, allow time to cool, retry.

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Pursuit Flash Codes

Flash Code Condition Solution
1 Bats Low runs,Charge to full then unplug
2 Bats Low Charge to full then unplug
3 Battery volts too High Turn key on and off a few times
4 Current Limit Timeout Let Scooter sit awhile,Turn key off and on
5 Brake Fault Put Free Wheel Lever in Drive Position
6 Throttle Fault let go of Throttle retry key, Replace Throttle
7 Throttle/Speed Pot Fault Replace Throttle and Speed Pot
8 Motor voltage Error Reconnect Motor and Retry
9 Controller Fault Shut off, allow time to cool, retry.

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Revo Flash Codes

Flash Code Condition Solution
3 High Bats Volts Check Charger exceeding 30v-replace
5 Brake Fault S-Drive Controller/Wiring Bad
6 Throttle Trip Throttle pressed on start-restart
7 Throttle Trip Test Throttle -Replace
8 Motor Disconnected Check Motor/Wiring
9 Controller Fault Controller internal fault

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Legend Flash Codes

Flash Code Condition Solution
2 Bats Low/ Charger plugged in Charge then unplug  
3 Bats High Volts Controller Hot Shut off,cool,Restart
5 Brake Fault put Free Wheel Lever Down,Retry  
6 Throttle Fault Throttle Pushed During Key start  
7 Throttle Fault Throttle and/or Speed Pot Bad  
8 Motor Disconnected Check Motor Wiring  
9 Controller Hot Shut off,cool,Restart Brake Dragging increasing Current

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GoGo Beep Codes

Beep Code Condition Solutions
3 Bats High Voltage Controller too Hot Not OEM Charger Shut Off Let Cool
5 Brake Fault In Free Wheel Mode Short in Brake  
6 Throttle Trip Out of Neutral On Startup Bad Throttle  
7 Throttle Trip Check Throttle    
8 Motor Disconnected Check Motor Wiring Controller Hot  
9 Controller Trip Key inserted when installing Bat-Pak-restart Controller Hot Brake dragging Current Draw

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Sonic Beep Codes

Beep Code Condition Solutions
2 Batteries low Voltage Charge Batteries Fully    
3 Bats High Voltage Controller too Hot Not OEM Charger Shut Off Let Cool
5 Brake Fault In Free Wheel Mode Short in Brake  
6 Throttle Trip Out of Neutral On Startup Bad Throttle let go of the throttle completely
7 Throttle Trip Check Throttle Chck Speed Pot Call Doc
8 Motor Disconnected Check Motor Wiring Controller Hot  
9 Controller Trip Key inserted when installing Bat-Pak-restart Controller Hot Brake dragging Current Draw

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E-Wheels

Problem Causes Solutions
Battery gauge does not register anything when on Loose connection near the power switch or battery pack. Check the connections, reconnecting any that are loose.
Battery is completely discharged Charge the Battery

Problem Causes Solutions
Battery gauge registers but vehicle still does not work.
Motor wire is loose or disconnected. Send to service to repair the wiring.
Throttle is defective. Replace Throttle
Controller is defective. Replace Controller.

Problem Causes Solutions
Clicking noise coming from motor. Gears are loose Adjust the chain
Magnets in motor have come loose Send to customer service to replace a new motor

Problem Causes Solutions
Vehicle does Throttle returns to original position Controller or Throttle is defective Replace Controller or Throttle. Customer service can assist in diagnosis
Magnets in motor have come loose Send to customer service to replace a new motor

Problem Causes Solutions
Distance per charge is reduced Tire pressure is low. Fill Tires with sufficient pressure
Battery is not fully charged Charge battery for 6-8 hours
Battery is damaged Replace Battery
Headwind, slopes, overloading, etc. Reduce these factors

Problem Causes Solutions
Battery could not be charged Loose wiring near the charging socket Check the wiring,reestablish connection
Loose wiring in battery pack Send to a qualified service technician
Defective Charger Replace Charger

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Liteway Beep Codes

Beep Code Condition Solution
1 Bats Low Charge then unplug/Scooter will drive at reduced speed
2 Bats too Low to run Charge Bats, Bats or Charger maybe bad
4 Controller Hot Shut off,cool,Restart; too steep a grade or over weight capacity
5 in Free Wheel Mode put Free Wheel Lever Down,Retry
5 Brake Fault Brake or wiring maybe bad
6 Throttle Fault Throttle not in Neutral position on start, Restart, Replace Throttle
7 Throttle Control Lever Problem Check Throttle Wiring,Retry, contact Scooter Doctor
8 Motor voltage Problem Contact Scooter Doctor
9 Contoller Faults Contact Scooter Doctor

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Buzzaround Flash Codes

Flash Code Condition Solution
1 - 1 Batteries Low/ still runs reduced speed Charge then unplug
2 - 2 Bats Low/won't run Charge then unplug
3 - 3 Controller Hot Shut off,cool,Restart
5 - 5 Brake Fault/in Free Wheel Mode put Free Wheel Lever Down,Retry
6 - 6 Throttle Fault Restart, Replace Throttle
7 - 7 Throttle Fault Restart, Replace Throttle
8 - 8 Motor Fault Motor wires disconnected, Motor BAD
9 - 9 Controller Fault Contact Scooter Doctor

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Buzzaround Beep Codes

Beep Code Condition Solution
1 Batteries Low/ still runs reduced speed Charge batteries
2 Bats Low/won't run Charge Batteries
3 Contact Golden Tech  
4 Controller Hot Shut off,cool,Restart
5 Brake Fault/in Free Wheel Mode put Free Wheel Lever Down,Retry
6 Throttle Fault Restart, Replace Throttle
7 Throttle Fault Restart, Replace Throttle
8 Motor Fault Motor wires disconnected, Motor BAD
9 Controller Fault Contact Scooter Doctor

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Companion Flash Codes

Flash Code Condition Solution
1 Bats Low/ Charger plugged in Charge then unplug
2 Bats below 17.5 vdc charge Bats, Charger and/or Bats could be bad
3 UnKnow Fault Contact Scooter Doctor
4 Controller Hot or over current Let cool 15 minutes,Retry; Too Steep a grade, over weight capacity
5 Brake Fault Put FreeWheel Lever in Drive Mode,Brake wiring or bad Brake
6 Throttle Out of Neutral on start Get Throttle in Center position
7 Throttle Fault Throttle Lever Damaged or Speed Pot wiring
8 Motor Voltage Fault Contact Scooter Doctor
9 UnKnow Fault Contact Scooter Doctor

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Avenger Flash Codes

Flash Code Condition Solution
1 Bars Bats Low Volts Charge then unplug
2 Bars Motor Disconnected Check Motor Wiring to controller
3 Bars Motor Wiring Fault Short Circuit to Battery connection
4 Bars in Free Wheel Mode put Free Wheel Lever Down,Retry
6 Bars Charger plugged in unplug Charger,Retry
7 Bars Throttle Out of Neutral on start Get Throttle in Center position
8 Bars Controller Fault Throttle Lever Damaged or Speed Pot wiring
9 Bars Soleniod Fault Bad connection brake to Coontroller
10 Bars High Battery Voltage Controller getting over Voltage,Check Bat to Controller connections

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Rascal Flash Codes

Flash Code Condition Solution
1 Bats Low runs,Charge to full then unplug
2 Bats Low Charge to full then unplug
3 Battery volts too High Turn key on and off a few times
4 Current Limit Timeout Motor Stalled,Turn key off and on
5 Brake Fault Put Free Wheel Lever in Drive Position
6 Throttle Fault let go of Throttle retry key, Replace Throttle
7 Throttle/Speed Pot Fault Replace Throttle and Speed Pot
8 Motor voltage Error Reconnect Motor and Retry
9 Controller Fault Shut off, allow time to cool, retry.

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Cobra Flash Codes

Flash Code Condition Solution
1 Bats Low runs,Charge to full then unplug
2 Thermo Fault Let Scooter Rest for 15 min.,Turn key off and on tryit
3 Brake Fault Put Free Wheel Lever in Drive Position
4 Throttle Fault let go of Throttle retry key, Replace Throttle
5 Throttle/Speed Pot Fault Replace Throttle and Speed Pot
6 Motor voltage Error Reconnect Motor and Retry
7 Over Voltage Shut off, Call Scooter Doctor

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Spitfire Flash Codes

Flash Code Condition Solution
1 Bats Low Volts Charge then unplug
2 Motor Disconnected Check Motor Wiring to controller
3 Motor Wiring Fault Short Circuit to Battery connection
6 Charger plugged in unplug Charger,Retry
7 Throttle Out of Neutral on start Get Throttle in Center position
8 Controller Fault Throttle Lever Damaged or Speed Pot wiring
9 Soleniod Fault Bad connection brake to Coontroller
10 High Battery Voltage Controller getting over Voltage,Check Bat to Controller connections

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Prowler Flash Codes

Flash Code Condition Solution
1 Bats Low runs,Charge to full then unplug
2 Bats Low Charge to full then unplug
3 Battery volts too High Turn key on and off a few times
4 Current Limit Timeout Motor Stalled,Turn key off and on
5 Brake Fault Put Free Wheel Lever in Drive Position
6 Throttle Fault let go of Throttle retry key, Replace Throttle
7 Throttle/Speed Pot Fault Replace Throttle and Speed Pot
8 Motor voltage Error Reconnect Motor and Retry
9 Controller Fault Shut off, allow time to cool, retry.

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Amigo Flash Codes

Flash Code Condition Solutions
1 - 1 EM Brake Windings or Connections Shorted Unplug and plug Check all wiring and outputs Disconnect Brake and cycle Key, if Flash code changes to 1-2 replace brake Replace Controller
1 - 2 EM Brake Windings or connections are open Unplug and Plug it in Check all wiring and outputs Replace Brake Replace Controller
2 - 1 Motor Windings or Connections are Shorted Check Motor Wiring and Connections Check Running lights for shorts Disconnect Brake and Cycle Key, If code changes to 2-2 Change Motor Replace Controller
2 - 2 Motor Windings or Connections are Open ensure EM Brake Lever in Drive Position Check Motor Wiring and Connections Replace Motor Replace Controller
2 - 3 Power Relay Short Check or replace Batteries Check or Replace Controller    
2 - 4 PSI Motor Short unplug Handle Cable and Plug back in Check PSL Wiring and Connections    
3 - 1 Over Temperature Contions Allow the Unit to sit for 15 min and restart to see if code disappears. Make sure The EM Brake and Motor are not excessive current draw Replace Controller  
4 - 1 Charge is suppling too much Voltage during the Charging Cycle (1) Replace battery charger if voltage is 32 volts or higher(2) If 31volts or lower, replace controller      
4 - 2 Charger not dropping back into “float mode” during battery charging cycle (1) Replace charger wiring (2) Replace battery charger (3) Replace controller  
5 - 1 Controller drive FETS shorted (1) Replace controller      
5 - 2 Controller regenerative braking FETS shorted (1) Replace controller      
5 - 3 Throttle potentiometer orthrottle circuitry reading fail, band fault (1) Check to ensure handle cable is in good Condition (2) Check that throttle lever moves freely and returns to center (3) Replace throttle potentiometer  
5 - 4 Bad software revision (1) Replace controller      
5 - 5 Controller not limiting the electrical current to the motor (1) Replace controller      

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Scooter Companies

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Company Phone Number
Dr.Bill 262-877-3389
Afikim 800-809-3010
Amigo 800-821-2710
CTM 909-590-1388
Dalton 972-418-5129
Drive 800-544-5155
EZ-Rider 800-944-1997
Golden 800-624-6374
Invacare 800-832-4707
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Dr.Bill Has been Repairing things all his life. From the time his mother discovered, to her Horror, her Laundry Room Radio was in Hundreds of pieces at the hands of her son. Which, to her surprise, was put back together and worked better than ever before, all she cared about was if Paul Harvey would come in again! He knew taking things apart and put them back together was fun.

In 2003 his Father-in-law needed someone to fix his Rascal. Bill was in between Industrial Engineering Contracting assignments so he agreed to take a look at the Rascal. He discovered Scooters were very simple compared to the industrial equipment he had been Trouble-Shooting, repairing, designing, and building for years. Finding out there were not any Techs near by for service, he contacted Electric Mobility Corp. and signed up as Field Service Technician. Providing a valueble service to people really need his skills. From then on he has been repairing almost every brand out there. Building on his expertise and training, he now is a Service Center for just about all brands. His customers saw his work they began calling him Doctor Bill the Scooter Doctor, he took up the mantle.

Dr. Bill has many skills, diagnosing scooter problems has become second nature. In Person, over the phone and through emails he has been Trouble-Shooting scooter problems from all over the Country. People who have the amazing ability to remotely Trouble-Shoot scooter problems, as if he was standing in the room with you are few. If you ever tried to find someone to repair a Scooter properly before, you know what I am talking about.

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