Mobility Scooter Troubleshooting

Mobility Scooter Troubleshooting

Spitfire Scout Mobility Scooter Error Codes | FLASH CODES

Flash CodePossible CauseSolution
1The battery needs charging or there is a bad connection to the battery                             
Check the connections to the battery. If the connections are good, try charging the battery.

2There is a bad connection to the motor.
Check all connections between the motor and the controller.

3The motor has a short circuit to a battery connection.
Test the motor.

4Not Used 


5Not Used 


6The controller is being inhibited from driving.
Check the battery charger connector. Disconnect the battery charger.

7A throttle control fault.
Make sure the throttle control is in the at-rest position before switching on the Spitfire. Adjust if needed.

8A controller fault is indicated.
Make sure all connections are secure.

9The electromagnetic brake has a bad connection.
Check the electromagnetic brake and motor connections. Make sure the controller connections are secure.

10Excess voltage has been applied to the controller.Check the battery connections. This is usually caused by a poor battery connection.

 

Drive Medical has troubleshooting information regarding all of it's products online.  You may also search for your answer online at:  https://drivetech.info/page5.html
Consumers can contact Drive Medical's Technical Department at: (866) 694-5085
Currently, EZ AbleĀ® solely sells Drive Medical Mobility Scooters.  We have no information regarding other brands. 

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