9 months ago JayPinto1Participant
I have a Pride Victory 10 4wheel scooter.
I put it into freewheel mode the other night to move it, now I move the lever to drive mode and I get 5 flashes (blue light on control panel). I checked the troubleshooting section of the ow ers manual and it says “the manual freewheel lever is in the (forward) freewheel position”. Solution says “remove the key from the key switch, then push the manual freewheel lever to the drive (rearward) position and restart your scooter”.
I’ve done this MULTIPLE times and still no drive.
ANY help is greatly appreciated.
I have Primary Progressive MS and need my scooter
Thank you8 months, 4 weeks ago JayPinto1Participant
I figured it out.
It was the little switch on the “freewheel/drive” lever. I bought an entire Victory 10 (for $100) and THOUGHT I could just switch over the rear section but the motor in it was junk. So I took the selector lever off and swapped it and the world is a happy place again,apparently the brake is integrated into the lever because my scooter is a lot quieter while braking now.8 months, 1 week ago Andrew FataloKeymaster
Yes some of the parts are interchangeable. You really just have to make sure the models are the same models. Every few years the model may be changed a bit, and that slight change is enough to make your parts not compatible with the next generation. You could use the same theory when working on automobiles.
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