Solo

Low Battery Voltage
The 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.


Motor Disconnected
The motor has a bad connection. Check all the connections and leads between the motor and the Solo. Check the position of the freewheel switch.


Motor Wiring Trip
The motor has a short circuit to a battery. Check all the connections and leads between the motor and the battery.


Freewheel Switch Trip
The freewheel switch is activated or the manual brake disengagement mechanism is operated. Check the position of the switch or lever and all connections between the switch and the Solo.


Not Used


Charger Connected
The Solo is being inhibited form driving This may be because the battery charger is connected or the seat is not in the driving position.


Throttle Trip
A throttle trip is indicated. Make sure that the throttle is in the neutral position before switching on the scooter.


Possible Control System Trip
A control system trip is indicated. Make sure that all connections are secure.


Solenoid Brake Trip
The parking brakes have a bad connection. Check the parking brake and motor connections. Make sure the system connections are secure.


High Battery Voltage
An excessive voltage has been applied to the Solo. This is usually caused by a poor battery connection. Check the battery connections.


Commonly Seen Informational Flash Codes

Control System in Sleep ModeThe Solo has entered sleep mode. Switch the scooter off and then on again.


Throttle Displaced
The throttle has been displaced while the scooter is being switched on. Place the throttle in the neutral position and turn the scooter off and on again.


If the problems persist after you have made the checks described above please contact your service agent.