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Hi i have a sterling elite xs and the steering loose when i turn it it moves but the wheels dont how do i tighten it please

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Check underneath and check that all the bolts are in place and done up

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SOURCE: manual for sterling elite 4 mobility scooter

i haven't been able to locate a manual online however here is the company website http://www.sterlingscooters.co.uk/index.asp email them or call them they may be able to assist you. keep in mind many companies won't offer support for products bought on ebay.

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SOURCE: info neede for mobility scooter

http://www.scootamart.com/mobility/mobility-scooters/heavy-duty-8mph-mobility-scooters/sterling-elite-xs-4-mobility-scooter.html

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SOURCE: would like a owners manual for a sterling Elite XS

I couldnt find the 3 wheel version, but the four wheel is in pdf at
http://www.scootamart.com/media/manual/elite-xs-4-mobility-scooter.pdf
hope this helps

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Sounds like you have a bad differential in your transaxle. This item is covered under the Pride limited warranty for 3 years. This is not an adjustable item. It is required that you remove the brake motor transaxle assembly, replace the transaxle, then re-install the brake/motor/transaxle.
Labor from a certified dealer is about 1.5 hours. Contact the dealer you purchase it from for service. Hope this helps.

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