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6 beeps =
Throttle lever (pot) is not in center position. Return throttle lever
to center position, then turn scooter OFF then ON.

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I have a Pride 4 wheel Go Go Elite Traveller Scooter. It generally works fine, but I will frequently get an 8 beep error code and it won't go after a stop. I merely turn the key off and then

2 Battery voltage is too low to operate Charge the batteries fully until charger and
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3 Battery voltage is too high to operate Contact your authorized Pride Provider for
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5 Solenoid brake trip. The manual freewheel Remove the key, then push the manual
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What does the 7 beep code mean on my Pride Victory 10 scooter mean when I turn the key on ?

This is a speed pot or throttle control problem (wig-wag) have you had some speed issues with the scooter before this happened, if so the wig-wag needs replacing. Make sure it is in the centre position at rest and switch the scooter on again.

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I have a IMC Heartway Gypsy and the power light blinks 5 times and the scooter won't run. I have just replaced the batteries. Is there list of what each code means? Thanks

1. Battery low
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3. Battery voltage too high or charger still connected
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The Legend 4 wheel XL scooter has a S drive controller. This is an assumption based on the model described. I would have to run the serial number to be certain. With the S drive controller a beep code of 6 indicates a bad throttle potentiometer or a throttle potentiometer which is out of neutral on start up. You can test for this by turning off the scooter and attempting to try various neutral positions of the pot, and turning the scooter on with your other hand while maintaining this neutral position. This usually works by trial and error.
The more technical way is to remove the front console covers and inspect the pot mechanism visually checking the spring and movement and electronically using a digital volt meter.
If you do indeed have a code for the charger plugged in (and of course it is not), then you have a bad charger. These chargers are notorious for going into drive inhibit when they burn out and the computer will give a code of charger plugged in. To test for this, you need to remove the cover to get to the charger and unplug the charger on the output side. If the scooter runs you have a bad charger that is stuck in drive inhibit (electronically equivalent to the scooter being plugged into an AC wall outlet). Hope this helps.

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The throttle potentiometer, which the throttle lever is attached to, is a component that is very prone to wear. Often there is a bad or uneven surface on the sliding contacts that can give poor performance or surging throughout the throttle range. I have had to replace several during the warranty period. According to your beep code description there could be a bad or intermittant component or a loose wiring connection of the speed pot, throttle pot or front to rear harness. I usually replace the speed potentiometer and the throttle potentiometer at the same time because these two components are interconnected. There could be a loose connection in the front console or loose connector. It is also a good idea to check the front to rear wiring harness connectors and harness for cuts or shorts. This also gives a 7 beep code. Check for binding of the throttle lever on the console case and a bent throttle shaft and mounting bracket. If the scooter is less than a year old it should be covered under warranty. Keep in mind that replacing these components under warranty requires a factory certified tech at a dealer. I hope this helps.

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