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Hey guys, I turned the throttle and i heard a click. And now the throttle doesnt accelerate, and the throttle doesnt even turn properly now.

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Sufi you will need to replace the speed control pot. Contact Pride @1-800-800-8586 ask for scooter tech support and explain your problem and ask about ordering a new pot hope this helps

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1.Make sure that all the hoses were replaced and all hose clamps were tightened up properly, if it leaks air, your air flow sensor wont be able to read the correct air flow into the egine which leads to poor performance.

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