1-800-908-8082

8am-5pm Pacific Time Monday-Friday

 Parts  Repair Help  Contact Us  Shopping Cart  My Account  Projects 

Search This Site

Browse by Vehicle Make and Model

All Makes & Models

Browse All Parts

All Parts
Accessories
Axles
Batteries
Battery Chargers
Battery Harnesses
Bearings
Belts
Brakes
Brake Cables
Brakes Levers
Bulbs
Chain
Chargers
Charger Ports
Connectors
Controllers
Circuit Breakers
Drive Belts
Forks
Freewheels
Fuses
Fuse Holders
Grips
Handlebars
Hardware
Headlights
Horns
Inner Tubes
Key Switches
Kickstands
Kits
Lighting
Meters
Mirrors
Motors
Relays
Rims
Shock Absorbers
Seats
Seat Posts
Speed Controllers
Sprockets
Switches
Taillights
Throttles
Tires
Tools
Tubes
Turn Signals
Voltage Converters
Wheels
Wire
Wire Connectors


Electric Scooter Troubleshooting Guide

Motor Does Not Run Motor Runs Slowly Motor Runs Constantly
Motor Runs But Scooter Does Not Move Batteries Loose Power Too Quickly Batteries Will Not Take A Charge
Speed Controller Does Not Work Fuse Or Circuit Breaker Keeps Blowing Out Chain Falls Off Rear Wheel Or Motor
Belt Falls Off Rear Wheel Or Motor Brakes Do Not Function Properly Battery Charger Is Lost
Key Is Lost Fuse Is Lost Tires Go Flat Frequently

Tires Go Flat Frequently

 

Types Of Flats
Tires can go flat from road hazards such as thorns, glass, and nails. They can also go flat from tube pinches due to under-inflation or improper installation.

 

Flats From Road Hazards
If you are getting frequent flats from road hazards there are several products available which are designed to help. We have heavy-duty thorn-resistant inner tubes available for scooters with 12-1/2" wheels. We also have Slime tire sealant available which works on all size tires. Thorn-resistant plastic strips which go between the tire and the tube are also available to help prevent flats.

 

Flats From Improper Tire Pressure
Keeping the tires properly inflated is one of the best way to prevent flats. Under-inflated tires seem to always go flat quickly. Electric scooters have a lot of weight on the rear wheel when they are being driven due to the battery pack and the position of the rider on the scooter. We recommend inflating the tire pressure all the way up to the tires maximum recommended pressure rating. Keeping tires as full of air as possible is one of the best things you can do to help keep them from going flat.

 

Flats From Improper Installation
When installing an inner tube on an electric scooter one of the most common mistakes made is not partially filling the inner tube with air before installing it. Inner tubes which are installed with no air in them tend to get pinched between the tire and rim during installation or between the two sides of split rims as they are being bolted together. When an inner tube gets pinched it usually creates a hole in it.

Order Online or Phone Toll-Free

1-800-908-8082





"When you need Electric Scooter Parts, go to: ElectricScooterParts.com"

 

Store Polices | Electric Scooter Repair Help | Dealer Discounts | Feedback | About Us

 

We Ship Internationally

             
Copyright© 2002-2019 by ElectricScooterParts.com, an Electricruz Inc. company. All rights reserved.