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Hi It's located at the rear of the scooter under the battery cover , there are some fuses located on the tiller stem, depending on what legend you have .

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Rob

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SOURCE: Pride Legend surges at any speed & makes a clicking noise

This sounds like a bad throttle pot. You need to have it replaced.

Posted on Nov 27, 2008

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SOURCE: my pride IV scooter will not start I get a click

An 8-flash code indicates that the controller has shot craps. The controller is located under the shroud beneath the seat by the batteries and it controls all of the power and automatic functions of the scooter. They are damaged most often by water infiltration like running through deep puddles, etc. or by over-amping the scooter by driving it through unstable terrain like sand, mud, wet grass. There's no fix for it but a replacement and it's pricey...several hundred dollars.

Posted on Aug 28, 2009

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SOURCE: Pride Legend scooter won't hold charge

check the wiring from the batteries as a wire could have come loose.

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GeWiz

Posted on Oct 01, 2009

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SOURCE: My Pride Legend 3 wheel scooter will not go

Hi, sounds like the speed pot that is attachment to the throttle lever is worn and needs replacing, this is normally a 5K pot,

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SOURCE: I wanted to get a copy of a manual for the Pride

you can download from this site http://www.pridemobility.com/international/UK/ukownersmanuals.asp


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