Scooter Troubleshooting Guide
Brakes Do Not
The Brake Pads Or Shoes
Inspect the brake pads or brake shoes for excessive wear and replace
them if they are worn-out or damaged.
Brake Cable Tension
If the brake pads or brake shoes are
in good condition then try tightening the brake cable adjuster on the brake
lever or on the brake itself until the brakes feel more responsive.
Make sure that the brakes are not rubbing on the rotor or
rim when the brake lever is released. If the brake cable
adjusters have been adjusted to the end of their limits then screw
them in all the way. Next tighten the brake cable
by loosening the brake cable stopper, pulling the brake
cable tight, and then tightening the brake cable stopper.
The final brake cable tension adjustment can now be made by
unthreading a brake cable adjuster until the proper tension
Maintain The Braking System
Keep rims and discs clean and straight.
Replace worn brake shoes and pads promptly.
Replace worn or frayed cables and housings.
Lightly lubricate brake pivot points.