My scooter display turns on but scooter doesn't run
Scooter display turns on but will not run when I try to kick start
The online version of the manual explains the error codes:
Error E1 - Motor failure, motor needs to be replaced.
Error 2E - Accelerator failure, accelerator needs to be replaced.
Errors 3E - Motor blocking fault, release the accelerator.
Error E4/MOS - Mainboard MOS failure, replace mainboard.
Error E6 - Controller/instrument communication failure, the controller needs replacing.
Error E7 - Battery over-voltage protection, battery needs replacement.
Error E8 - Controller error, controller needs to be replaced.
Error E9 - Brake failure, brake needs to be replaced.
Of course this doesn’t explain everything but at least it is a start.
They do have some troubleshooting and parts on their web site:
Had this problem and found that the front drive wheel wasn’t bolted down properly and the wheel was loose. To repair, use a hex key and philips screwdriver to remove the cover from both sides of the front wheel and an open ended 18mm box wrench to tighten the nuts back on the wheel.
I can add the following…
E1 code is either a Hall sensor failure in the motor or it could be like 2 i had here where a wire on the hall sensor connector had come loose..
E5 is the white wire that attaches to the motor and is what i believe to be a temp sensor in the motor… i have had 2 controllers with this error and attached a working controller and the E5 goes away, so my thoughts are that this is a fault in the controller and not the motor after disconnecting the white wire the scooter works as normal… This could lead to a failure in the motor later down the line but if you are stuck and need to get home its a quick fix.
I have also had the E4 error and found that a controller had blown a mosfet, i replaced all the mosfets and the controller works again…