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1 Mobility Plaza • Sewell, NJ 08080
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550
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    AutoGo 550


    Patents Pending

    Owners Manual

    A Division of Electric Mobility Corp.
    1 Mobility Plaza • Sewell, NJ 08080

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    AutoGo 550 Vehicle Owner’s Manual

    Please read this entire manual before operating the vehicle. Failure to do
    so may result in damage to the vehicle or serious injury.
    Electric Mobility wishes to thank you for choosing the revolutionary AutoGo™ 550 vehicle for fun and convenience. As the
    World’s leader in the design and production of personal mobility vehicles, we take great pride in our ability to improve the
    quality of life for people desiring more mobility. Your AutoGo 550 has been thoroughly tested and will give you years of good
    service and pleasure, providing you follow the instructions and precautions in this manual. Please review this manual in its
    entirety prior to first using your equipment and direct any questions you might have to your authorized provider or write/call:
    Electric Mobility Corp.
    USA
    1 Mobility Plaza
    Sewell, NJ 08080
    1-(800) 257-7955

    Canada

    United Kingdom

    1535 Meyerside Drive, Unit #13-14
    Mississauga, ON L5T 1M9
    (905) 565-1988

    Canal Way
    Ilminster, Somerset, England TA19 9DL
    01460-258100

    International: 1-(856) 468-1000

    Please keep this manual handy for easy reference.
    Please record your vehicle information for future reference:
    AutoGo 550
    Serial Number:
    Date of Purchase:
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    CONTENTS
    Title

    Page

    Safety Information .................................................................................. 1
    Getting to Know Your AutoGo 550 .................................................. 5
    Illustration 1 — AutoGo 550 Components ............................................... 6
    Initial Set-up .............................................................................................. 7
    Unfolding ............................................................................................... 7
    Charging Batteries ............................................................................... 8
    Illustration 2 — Battery Charging .................................................... 9
    Installing the Battery Pack ................................................................ 11
    Illustration 3 — Battery Pack Installation ...................................... 11
    Adjusting Tiller Position .................................................................... 12
    Illustration 4 — Tiller Adjustment Lever ......................................... 12
    Installing & Setting the Dashboard Clock ..................................... 13
    Controls .................................................................................................. 14
    Illustration 5 — Controls ..................................................................... 14
    Operating the AutoGo 550 ............................................................... 19
    Daily Use ................................................................................................. 19
    Transferring On or Off the Vehicle ................................................. 20
    Driving ................................................................................................. 20
    Speed Settings ............................................................................... 22
    Inclines ............................................................................................ 22
    Cornering & Turning ..................................................................... 22

    Title

    Page

    Curbs and Small Obstacles ........................................................... 23
    Freewheel Operation ..................................................................... 23
    Automatic Folding and Unfolding .......................................................... 24
    Folding Instructions ............................................................................. 24
    Illustration 6 — Folding Seatback Down ......................................... 24
    Illustration 7 — Dash Release Lever ............................................... 25
    Illustration 8 — Foot Release & Frame Lock .................................. 25
    Illustration 9 — Folding Operation ................................................... 27
    Unfolding Information ........................................................................ 28
    Flat Folding and Unfolding .................................................................. 29
    Illustration 10 — Flat Fold ................................................................ 29
    Illustration 11 — Unfolding Flat Folded Vehicle ............................... 30
    Disassembly & Re-Assembly .................................................................. 31
    Taking the AutoGo 550 Apart ........................................................... 31
    Illustration 12 — Seat Removal ....................................................... 31
    Illustration 13 — Battery Pack Removal ......................................... 32
    Illustration 14 — Flattening Seat Frame ......................................... 33
    Illustration 15 — Unplugging Drivetrain .......................................... 33
    Re-assembling the AutoGo 550 ........................................................ 34
    Illustration 16 — Drivetrain Connection .......................................... 34
    Transporting the AutoGo 550 ............................................................... 36

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    Title

    Page

    Maintenance .............................................................................................. 38
    Preventative Maintenance ....................................................................... 38
    Frame Inspection ................................................................................. 38
    Headlight ............................................................................................... 39
    Lubrication ............................................................................................ 39
    Tires ....................................................................................................... 40
    Electrical Connections ....................................................................... 40
    Hardware Inspection .......................................................................... 40
    Cleaning Instructions .......................................................................... 40
    Polishing ................................................................................................ 41
    Cable Adjustment ................................................................................ 41

    Title

    Page

    Illustration 17 — Cable Turnbuckle Adjustment .............................. 42
    Drivetrain ............................................................................................. 43
    Seat Frame Cams ................................................................................ 43
    Replacing Clock Battery ..................................................................... 44
    Illustration 18 — Replacing Clock Battery ...................................... 44
    Troubleshooting Guide ........................................................................... 46
    Controller Fault Codes .......................................................................... 48
    Parts Ordering Procedures .................................................................... 49
    Accessories ............................................................................................... 50
    Specifications ............................................................................................. 51
    Warranty ..................................................................................................... 52

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    ILLUSTRATIONS
    Number
    1
    2
    3
    4
    5
    6
    7
    8
    9

    Title

    Page

    AutoGo 550 Components ................................................ 6
    Battery Charging ................................................................. 9
    Battery Pack Installation ................................................... 11
    Tiller Adjustment Lever ................................................... 12
    Controls .............................................................................. 14
    Folding Seatback Down .................................................... 24
    Dash Release Lever ........................................................... 25
    Foot Release & Frame Lock ............................................ 25
    Folding Operation ............................................................. 27

    Number
    10
    11
    12
    13
    14
    15
    16
    17
    18

    Title

    Page

    Flat Fold .............................................................................. 29
    Unfolding Flat Folded Vehicle ........................................... 30
    Seat Removal ..................................................................... 31
    Battery Pack Removal ...................................................... 32
    Flattening Seat Frame ....................................................... 33
    Unplugging Drivetrain ....................................................... 33
    Drivetrain Connection ..................................................... 34
    Cable Turnbuckle Adjustment ......................................... 42
    Replacing Clock Battery .................................................. 44

    © 2003 Electric Mobilty Corp.
    AutoGo™ 550 is a trademark of Electric Mobilty Corp.
    Patents Pending
    No liability is assumed with respect to the use of any information contained in this publication. While every precaution has been taken in the preparation of this publication, Electric
    Mobilty Corp., assumes no responsibility for errors or omissions nor is any liability assumed for damages resulting from the use of information contained in this publication. This
    publication, as well as operational details described herein, are subject to change without notice.

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    Safety Information
    Read and understand these Warnings and the entire manual before using your AutoGo 550. Failure to follow these
    instructions may result in damage to the vehicle or serious injury.

    IMPORTANT!
    1. DO NOT exceed the specifications of this unit, modify
    this unit in anyway, or use the unit for a purpose other
    than as intended.

    4. DO NOT transfer “on” or “off” the unit until it is
    turned “OFF”, completely stopped, and when it is on a
    stable and level surface.

    5. DO NOT attempt to ride over curbs or other
    2. DO NOT operate this unit if your health or
    obstruction higher than 1 inch.
    medications you are taking cause you to feel dizzy, affect
    your vision, or in any way impact your thought process,
    coordination, or ability to safely operate the unit. Check 6. DO NOT stop when going up an incline. If you must
    do so, always lean forward to shift the center of gravity
    with your physician should you experience any of these
    and prevent the unit from tipping.
    symptoms.
    3. DO NOT operate this unit after consuming any
    alcoholic beverages.

    7. DO NOT climb inclines that pose a concern for
    stability.

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    8. DO NOT drive across an incline or attempt to turn
    while on an incline.

    16. ALWAYS keep arms and legs within the confines of
    the unit.

    9. DO NOT back down an incline or allow the unit to be 17. USE EXTRA CAUTION when climbing inclines
    (ramps, hills, driveways, etc.).
    backed down an incline.
    10. DO NOT turn off the power while the unit is moving.
    11. ALWAYS remember vehicle capacity is limited to one
    person only. This unit is not approved for towing or for
    weights in excess of the published maximum.
    12. ALWAYS drive straight up and down inclines.
    13. ALWAYS turn the power off when the unit is not in
    use. This will not only extend the life of the charge in
    the battery but will keep the unit from being
    accidentally moved.

    18. USE CAUTION when braking on an incline or wet or
    slippery surfaces as the unit may take longer to come to
    a complete stop.
    19. USE CAUTION when operating the unit in bad
    weather or driving through water as moisture could
    affect the control system or other parts of the unit
    either temporarily or permanently.
    20. OPERATOR must remain seated when the unit is
    moving.
    21. NEVER hose off your vehicle.

    14. ALWAYS use a grounded receptacle. Use of a nongrounded receptacle could result in an electrical shock.

    22. NEVER use your unit in a shower or steam room.

    15. ALWAYS reduce speed when making a turn.

    23. NEVER charge batteries that may be frozen.

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    Important Information Regarding Electromagnetic Interference (EMI)
    It is very important that you read this information regarding the possible effects of electromagnetic interference (EMI) on
    your vehicle.
    Electromagnetic interference (EMI) refers to the effects that outside sources of electromagnetic energy (radio and
    television broadcasts, CB radios, garage door openers, etc.) might have on the control systems of your vehicle. The
    interference from these sources could cause the vehicle to release its brakes, move by itself, or to move in an unintended
    direction. EMI could also result in permanent damage to the control system.
    The sources of electromagnetic energy can be broadly classified into three types:
    • Hand held short-range portable transceivers — These are transmitter/receivers with the antenna mounted
    directly on the unit. Examples include: citizen band (CB) radios, “walkie-talkies”, security, fire and police transceivers,
    and devices that transmit signals even when not in use.
    • Medium range mobile transceivers — These usually have the antenna mounted outside of a vehicle or building.
    Examples include police, fire, and ambulance and taxi transceivers.
    • Long range transmitters and receivers — These usually have the antenna mounted on a tower. Examples
    include commercial radio and television broadcasts and amateur (HAM) radios.

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    Other types of hand-held devices like cellular telephones, laptop computers, AM/FM radios, and small appliances like hair
    dryers or electric shavers may also generate electromagnetic energy, but it is such a small amount that, as far as we know,
    no EMI problems should occur with these devices.
    The intensity of interference from electromagnetic energy is measured in volts per meter (v/m), which refers to the
    strength of the electrical source (voltage) as it relates to the distance away from the object being considered (in meters).
    Resistance of a vehicle to a certain EMI intensity is commonly called its “immunity level.” A level of 20 volts/meter is a
    generally achievable and useful immunity level against interference from radio wave sources (the higher the immunity level,
    the greater the protection).
    Your vehicle has been tested and found to meet the required immunity level for Electromagnetic Interference (20 v/m).
    Report all incidents of unintended movement or unexpected brake releases to Electric Mobility’s customer service
    department.

    WARNING!
    Even with an immunity level of 20 volt/meter, certain precautions must be
    followed to ensure that your vehicle will not be affected by outside
    electromagnetic sources.

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    Getting to Know Your AutoGo 550
    Dash & Controls — The AutoGo 550 is operated from the controls located on the dashboard and the Forward/Reverse
    lever which controls the power folding/unfolding feature. Detailed descriptions of these controls are presented in a
    separate part of this section (see “Controls” on page 14).
    Serial Number — Each AutoGo 550 is identified by a unique, 8-character Serial Number located on a label on the inside
    of the tiller, behind the Battery Pack. When you first get your vehicle, remove the Battery Pack and write down the
    vehicle’s Serial Number in the front of this manual (see page i) for future reference.
    Tiller & Battery Pack — The front, steerable tiller directs the AutoGo 550 into your desired direction of movement. A
    removable Battery Pack is mounted on the front of the Tiller. This Battery Pack also contains the integral Battery Charger.
    A separate Charger Power Cord is used to recharge the batteries from any 3-prong wall electrical outlet.
    Seat — A removable, adjustable, padded seat provides riding comfort when using your AutoGo 550. Folding backrest and
    armrests allow for compact storage.
    Folding Chassis — The hinged, articulated chassis of the AutoGo 550 allows it to automatically fold and unfold for use
    and storage.
    Drivetrain — A removable Drivetrain mounted at the rear of the chassis provides power to drive the AutoGo 550
    vehicle and to power fold it. A self-contained parking brake has a manual release which allows the vehicle to be manually
    pushed without operating the motor.
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    DASH
    &
    CONTROLS

    SEAT

    SERIAL
    NUMBER

    TILLER
    &
    BATTERY PACK

    DRIVETRAIN

    FOLDING
    CHASSIS
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    Initial Set-up
    After receiving and unpacking your AutoGo 550 use the following to initially set-up the vehicle. Set-up consists of
    unfolding it from the flat-fold configuration, installing the Battery Pack, installing/setting the dashboard clock, and charging
    the batteries.

    Unfolding
    The AutoGo 550 is initially shipped in the flat fold configuration and must be unfolded for use. Unfold the AutoGo 550
    according to the following:
    • Raise tiller and dash to upright position
    • Raise seat frame and lock into position using the Seat Frame Cams
    • Install seat onto frame
    • Raise seat backrest to driving position

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    Charging Batteries
    The AutoGo 550 is equipped with two maintenance-free, airline approved, sealed 12V/12A batteries with an integral
    automatic battery charger mounted in a detachable Battery Pack installed onto the front of the tiller. Because your
    batteries may only have a partial charge when you first receive your vehicle, you may not experience full riding time until
    you have fully charged them. Charging your batteries as specified in the following instructions will ensure maximum life,
    power, and range.
    It is recommended to charge your batteries:
    • Upon initial receipt of your AutoGo 550
    • For 6-8 hours (overnight) after extended use during the day
    • Whenever the fuel gauge indicator goes into the red area (see page 17)
    • The battery’s life expectancy may be shortened if batteries are left fully discharged for more than a day.
    Battery Pack and power cord connections are shown in Illustration 2.

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    CHARGER
    CORD
    CONNECTION
    "CHARGING"
    LED
    INDICATOR

    CIRCUIT
    BREAKER

    (REAR VIEW OF TILLER)

    Illustration 2 — Battery Charging
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    Charge the batteries as follows:
    1. For your convenience, you can detach the Battery Pack from the AutoGo 550 and move it to a 3-Prong Grounded
    Electrical Receptacle. If you choose, you can also park the AutoGo 550 near a 3-Prong Grounded Electrical Receptacle
    without removing the Battery Pack.

    WARNING!
    Use of a non-grounded receptacle could result in an electrical shock.
    2. Use the separate Charger Power Cord, included in kit with this Owners Manual, and plug it into the 3-Prong
    Grounded Electrical Receptacle on the rear of the Battery Pack. Your Charger Power Cord is equipped with either a
    110V or 220V plug. If you wish to purchase either cord for travel to different countries, contact the Customer Service
    Department to purchase a cord for 220V (UK), 220V (Europe), 100V (Japan) locales.
    3. Check that the LED on the rear of the Battery Pack is lit. This indicates that the Charger is recharging the batteries.
    4. Normal charging time is generally 6-8 hours for fully discharged batteries.
    5. Disconnect the Charger Power cord from the Battery Pack and wall outlet. We recommend that you keep the cord in
    the storage pouch underneath the seat so it is readily available.
    Note: Do not operate vehicle while charging.
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    Installing the Battery Pack
    After the batteries have been fully charged, you’ll be ready to install the Battery Pack into the Tiller. Install the battery
    PUSH TOP OF BATTERY PACK
    pack as follows (see Illustration 3).
    FIRMLY IN PLACE

    1. Lift the Battery Pack by the handle and insert the
    bottom of the Battery Pack into the bottom of the Tiller.
    Line up the slot under the pack with the bar on lower
    shelf of tiller.

    SLOT ENGAGES
    BAR ON TILLER

    2. Firmly push the top front of the Battery Pack into the
    tiller until it “snaps” in place. Ensure that the (5) pin
    tiller connector mates tightly with the connector of the
    Battery Pack.
    3. Make sure the handle on the battery pack is fully
    returned to its seated position to lock the Battery Pack
    in place.

    TIP BOTTOM
    INTO TILLER
    CORRECT

    INCORRECT

    LOCK BATTERY
    PACK HANDLE

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    Adjusting Tiller Position
    For your riding comfort, the AutoGo 550 tiller can be used
    in two positions.
    To adjust tiller position:
    • Lift Tiller Position Adjustment Knob to release tiller
    lock
    TILLER
    POSITION
    ADJUSTMENT
    KNOB

    • Adjust tiller to preferred position
    • Release knob to lock in place
    This adjustment lever is shown in Illustration 4

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    Installing & Setting the Dashboard Clock
    Your AutoGo 550 comes with a removable, battery-powered, quartz clock that mounts directly in the dash. This clock is
    packed separately to allow you to set it to your local time before installing in the dash.
    Setting the Clock — Locate the bag containing items packed separately with the vehicle. Unwrap the clock from its
    protective packing. If clock includes a small, plastic collar around stem, remove collar and push stem “in” to start clock.
    Set clock to your local time by pulling stem out and turning to adjust hour/minute hands. Push stem in to start clock.
    Installing the Clock — When you have set the clock to your correct, local time, you can install it in the dash of your
    vehicle. Install the clock into the location adjacent to the Speed Control. The rubber gasket is sufficient to secure the
    clock in place. Make sure the “12” faces “up.”

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    Controls
    The AutoGo 550 includes the following controls (Illustration 5) used to operate the vehicle. Individual descriptions of
    each control are presented in pages 15-18.
    CLOCK
    DIAL-A-SPEED

    12
    3

    9

    KEYSWITCH
    6

    BATTERY
    GAUGE

    LIGHT
    SWITCH
    HORN
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    Keyswitch
    To turn power on, turn the key to the “On” position
    (indicated by a solid black circle). To turn power off, turn
    key to “Off” position (indicated by an open circle). The
    Battery Gauge (Fuel Gauge) should be lit when the key is in
    the “On” position.

    "OFF"
    POSITION

    "ON"
    POSITION

    Use of a key to turn the AutoGo 550 on and off also
    protects against unauthorized use of your AutoGo 550.
    Battery Power Save Feature
    The AutoGo 550 is equipped with a power save feature and,
    will shut down automatically in order to conserve battery
    power when not operated for 10 minutes or more. The
    vehicle can be turned on again by cycling the ON/OFF
    keyswitch from ON to OFF and then ON again.

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    Dial-A-Speed Knob

    ER
    OW
    L
    S

    FASTER

    The Dial-A-Speed regulates the potential speed of the
    AutoGo 550. We strongly recommend setting it at 2 or 3
    until you feel confident with controlling your vehicle
    properly. Turning the speed dial counter-clockwise
    decreases the top potential speed. Turning it clockwise (up
    to “10”) provides speed up to maximum potential speed.

    Forward/Reverse Lever
    To operate the AutoGo 550 in the forward direction,
    gradually squeeze the right side of the engager lever
    towards the handle grip. To move in reverse, squeeze the
    left side of the engager lever towards the handle grip. The
    forward/reverse lever controls are proportional up to the
    top speed of the setting of the Dial-A-Speed knob.
    Gradually squeezing the lever allows smooth starts and lets
    you fully control all speeds with one lever. The engager
    lever is also used for power fold/unfold the vehicle (see
    “Automatic Folding and Unfolding“ on page 24).

    PULL FOR REVERSE
    OR
    PUSH FOR FORWARD

    PULL FOR FORWARD
    OR
    PUSH FOR REVERSE

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    Battery Gauge (Fuel Gauge)

    GREEN
    RED

    The AutoGo 550 includes an illuminated Battery Gauge that
    provides a visual indication of the electrical charge in the
    Battery Pack. It consists of 10 different LED bars (3 red, 4
    amber and 3 green), that are lit in accordance with the state
    of battery charge.
    • If all bars are lit — indicates Battery Pack is fully
    charged
    • If only red and amber bars are lit — indicates Battery
    Pack charge is low
    • If only red bars are lit or flashing — indicates Battery
    Pack requires immediate recharging

    AMBER

    The Battery Gauge also functions as a Status Indicator to
    troubleshoot and identify problems with the AutoGo 550
    or controller. If Battery Gauge is flashing, see “Controller Fault
    Codes” on page 48.

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    Horn
    Pressing the horn button on the dash sounds the horn to
    alert pedestrians of your approach. You may also find it
    helpful to use it when rounding blind corners or going in
    reverse.

    Light Switch
    Depress the switch button to turn the headlight ON.
    Depress the switch button again to turn the headlight OFF.

    Clock
    For convenience, the dash of the AutoGo 550 includes a
    battery-powered, analog clock displaying the current time
    of day. Instructions to set the time and install the clock are
    provided in the “Initial Set-up” section of this manual (see
    page 13). Instructions to replace the clock battery are
    provided in the “Maintenance” section of this manual (see
    page 38).

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    Operating the AutoGo 550
    Once you’ve become familiar with the AutoGo 550 components, controls, and have charged the Battery Pack, you can use
    the following section to operate it. This section presents instructions for getting on and off your vehicle, as well as driving
    it. It also details pushing it in freewheel mode and pulling it in freewheel mode.
    If you are unsure of how to operate your AutoGo 550 vehicle, go back to the previous section before attempting any use.

    Daily Use
    The following describes using your AutoGo 550 during general, daily operation, including:
    • Transferring On & Off
    • Driving
    • Freewheel Operation
    Additional information, including automatic folding/unfolding and disassembling the AutoGo 550 for transport and storage
    is presented in a subsequent section (see page 24).

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    Transferring On or Off the Vehicle
    Your AutoGo 550 has been designed to make transferring on and off the vehicle as easy as possible.

    WARNING!
    Make sure key switch is either in the OFF position or the key is removed before
    transferring ON or OFF the vehicle.
    Use the following recommendations to assist you in making a more comfortable transfer.
    • The Dash can be lifted up away from the tiller for greater clearance when getting on or off.
    • Use the Tiller Adjustment Knob to move Tiller away from seat for ease of transfer.
    • Lift the folding armrests of the seat up and out of your way. Be sure to move them down into the riding position
    before operating the AutoGo 550.

    Driving
    Once seated on your AutoGo 550 vehicle, driving is as simple as using the Engager Lever to move forward or reverse and
    steering in the desired direction. Before driving the AutoGo 550 vehicle, however, you should keep in mind the following
    recommendations.
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    1. Tiller and dash are locked in position, facing the
    operator.
    2. Frame Pivot Lock is engaged.

    7

    1

    3. Seat is locked onto frame. Check latching lever.
    4. Drivetrain is properly plugged-in at connection.

    3
    5

    5. Drivetrain mounting knobs are secure.

    2

    6. Parking brake engaged. Check Brake Lever. Should be in
    “UP” position.

    6

    7. Armrests are lowered into driving position.

    4

    WARNING!
    If any of these items are questionable, DO NOT OPERATE! Check before driving.
    Adverse conditions may cause accidents or injuries.

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    Speed Settings
    The overall forward/reverse speed range of the vehicle is selected
    from the Speed Control knob on the dash. Lower settings result in
    slower speeds. Higher settings provide faster speeds.
    When first operating your vehicle, select slower settings until you feel
    comfortable.

    LOWER
    SPEEDS
    (SLOWER)

    HIGHER
    SPEEDS
    (FASTER)

    Inclines
    ALWAYS lean forward when traveling up inclines for greater
    stability.
    If vehicle stops on an incline, DO NOT attempt to continue climbing.
    We do not recommend stopping on an incline.

    12°

    If vehicle stalls on an incline, back down with the speed set at “slow”
    and in one continuous movement. DO NOT start and stop.

    12° MAXIMUM INCLINE

    Cornering & Turning
    ALWAYS reduce speed when making a sharp turn or going around a
    corner.
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    Curbs and Small Obstacles
    ALWAYS climb or go down small obstacles slowly to avoid damage to
    the vehicle.
    DO NOT attempt to ride over curbs or any other obstructions
    higher than 1 inch (2.54 cm).

    1" CURB HEIGHT

    Freewheel Operation
    The AutoGo 550 features a “freewheel” mode to allow it to be pushed
    by hand (manual operation). To activate manually, turn the key switch
    OFF and locate the brake release lever under the rear cover on the
    right side. Push lever down to disengage the brake release. Move lever
    up to reengage the brake. When your vehicle is in manual mode,
    brakes will not operate.

    BRAKE
    RELEASE LEVER

    WARNING!
    RAISED
    POSITION
    (DRIVE)

    Never sit in vehicle if it is in “freewheel”
    mode on an incline.

    LOWERED
    POSITION
    (PUSH)

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    Automatic Folding and Unfolding
    A key feature of the AutoGo 550 is the ability to automatically fold and unfold it for ease of transport, storage, and use.
    The benefit is one can fold their vehicle without any bending or lifting. Instructions to automatically fold and unfold the
    AutoGo 550 are provided in this section.
    FOLD
    SEAT BACK
    DOWN

    Folding Instructions
    The AutoGo 550 can be folded to a compact, vertical
    package when not in use for transport, or storage. Under
    its own power, the AutoGo 550 can be moved out of the
    way. Use the following procedure to quickly fold the
    AutoGo 550 into its vertical folded position. Folding is
    illustrated in Illustrations 6-8.
    1. While standing on the side of the unit, fold seatback
    down, as shown in Illustration 6.

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    WARNING!
    DO NOT attempt to Power Fold your
    vehicle while seated on it.

    Illustration 6 — Folding Seatback Down

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    2. Pull Dash Release up and lift dash to upright position to engage wheel locks onto front wheels.
    3. Position yourself on the right side of the AutoGo 550. Press the foot lever, as shown in Illustration 8, to retract the
    frame lock.

    RELEASE HANDLE
    TO LOCK WHEELS

    PRESS
    FOOT LEVER

    FRAME
    UNLOCKED

    RAISE
    DASH

    FRAME
    LOCKED
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    19285600/7

    Illustration 7 — Dash Release Lever

    Illustration 8 — Foot Release & Frame Lock

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    4. Before releasing the foot release lever, lean the tiller forward slightly to start the folding sequence. Remove your foot
    from foot release lever. Make sure the main frame is above the pivot lock and you are ready to automatically power
    fold the vehicle.
    5. Pull the right side Engager lever to activate drive motor and initiate fold. The AutoGo 550 will automatically fold
    under its own power and stop.

    WARNING!
    Folding the vehicle presents a pinch hazard! Be sure to keep hands, body,
    clothing, jewelry, etc., free from pinch points to avoid accidents or injuries.

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    LATCHED
    POSITION

    UNLATCHED
    POSITION

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    Illustration 9 — Folding Operation
    6. When fully folded, latch the frame and tiller together by pressing the tiller back against the main frame.
    7. When folded, lower the dash to release the front wheel locks.
    8. Using engager levers, you can operate the AutoGo 550 forward/backward, as needed.
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    WARNING!
    When moving vehicle in power folded position, use extreme care to avoid
    tripping or colliding with yourself, others, or other vehicles.
    Unfolding Information
    Follow these instructions and refer back to illustrations 6-9 to unfold the vehicle using the power unfold feature:

    IMPORTANT!
    Before attempting to unfold, make sure there is adequate clearance to the
    rear of the vehicle to accommodate unfolding.
    1. Use keyswitch to turn vehicle “On” and position dash into upright, vertical position by pulling the dash release up and
    lifting dash to upright position.
    2. Release tiller and frame latch, as shown in Illustration 9.
    3. Push right side engager lever to activate motor to automatically unfold the vehicle.
    4. Pull Dash Release to lower dash to driving position. Raise seat back to driving position.
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    Flat Folding and Unfolding
    As an added convenience, the AutoGo 550 can be manually
    folded flat for storage or transport. When folded flat, the
    AutoGo 550 can be easily stored in a car trunk, under your
    bed, or in a storage compartment.
    To flat fold the AutoGo 550:
    • Turn power “OFF.” If desired, seat can be removed for
    more compact storage.
    • Flatten seat frame by:
    — Rotating Seat Frame Cams by pushing cam handles
    down until they lock,
    — Lifting the seat frame up,
    — Pulling seat frame and lifting crossover strap up until
    seat frame collapses to the rear. Rear cams will
    return to original position
    • Pull Dash Release lever and lift dash to upright position.
    Then, lower tiller onto frame, as shown in Illustration 10.
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    • Unit can be secured by engaging frame straps located on
    either side of bag

    Illustration 10 — Flat Fold (shown with seat on)

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    To unfold the AutoGo 550 after being folded flat:
    • Raise tiller and dash to upright position
    • Pull dash release lever and return dash to driving
    position
    • Raise seat frame and lock into position using the Seat
    Frame Cams
    • Re-install seat (if removed)
    Unfolding is shown in Illustration 11. Make sure to test
    before riding.

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    Illustration 11 — Unfolding Flat Folded Vehicle

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    Disassembly & Re-Assembly
    In addition to easily folding and unfolding, the AutoGo 550 can be quickly and easily disassembled for storage or transport,
    then re-assembled when needed. Instructions to take your AutoGo 550 apart and put it back together are presented in
    this section.

    Taking the AutoGo 550 Apart
    Taking the AutoGo 550 apart involves removing the seat
    and Battery Pack, flattening the seat frame, and removing
    the drivetrain. Instructions to disassemble the AutoGo 550
    appear in the following.
    1. Turn power “OFF.” Fold seat back down.
    2. Pull seat latch bar on rear underside of seat. Lift rear of
    seat, and slide seat forward to disengage from the frame
    (see Illustration 12).
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    Illustration 12 — Seat Removal
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    3. Lift Battery Pack handle up and pull forward to remove
    Battery Pack from tiller, as shown in Illustration 13.
    PULL UP FIRST

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    Illustration 13 — Battery Pack Removal

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    4. Flatten seat frame as shown in Illustration 14, by:
    — Rotating seat Frame Cams by pushing cam handles
    down until they lock,
    — Lifting the rear of seat frame up,
    5. Pull Rear Frame back and lift crossover strap up until
    seat frame collapses to the rear.

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    Illustration 14 — Flattening Seat Frame
    6. Rear cams will return to original position

    7. Lift Dash Release and lower tiller onto frame.
    8. Unplug drivetrain motor from connection beneath
    frame by squeezing plug sides inward and pulling to
    disconnect, as shown in Illustration 15.
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    Illustration 15 — Unplugging Drivetrain
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    9. Loosen and remove the two Drivetrain Attachment Knobs on
    the back of the folding chassis.
    10. Lift rear of folding chassis to remove drivetrain.
    If you are disassembling the AutoGo 550 for shipping or transport,
    refer to “Transporting the AutoGo 550” on page 36 for
    recommendations and procedures suggested for easy transport.

    Re-assembling the AutoGo 550
    Putting the AutoGo 550 back together involves re-attaching and reconnecting the drivetrain, installing the seat, raising & locking the seat
    frame, and re-positioning the tiller and dash for driving operation.
    Instructions to re-assemble the AutoGo 550 are provided in this
    section.
    1. Place drivetrain on firm, level surface with drivetrain kickstand
    facing the front of the AutoGo 550.

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    Illustration 16 — Drivetrain Connection

    2. Position rear of frame over top of drivetrain so that slots in the
    rear of the frame align with struts of the drivetrain, as shown in
    Illustration 16. Drop frame onto drivetrain. Install drivetrain
    knobs and tighten fully.
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    3. Plug drivetrain into connection of frame.
    4. Make sure brake lever is in drive mode (Fuel Gauge will flash on & off if Brake is in push mode and key is “On”).
    5. Pull seat frame up into position, making sure crossover bar seats onto folding chassis. Seat Frame Cams will rotate up
    to lock in position.
    6. Install Battery Pack into front of tiller (see “Installing the Battery Pack” on page 11).
    7. Replace seat onto frame, making sure latch locks in place.
    8. Position tiller into one of two preferred driving positions.
    9. Lower dash to driving position.
    10. Turn key to “ON” position. If no power or fuel gauge is flashing, check connection at drivetrain harness or confirm
    that brake lever is in drive mode.

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    Transporting the AutoGo 550
    By Car — To transport your disassembled AutoGo 550 by car, place each of the components into the trunk, being careful
    not to scratch or mark any of the finished surfaces. If you need assistance lifting weights, consider asking Electric Mobility’s
    Customer Service Department or your authorized service center about the Power Trunk Lift. This device will assist you in
    transporting your AutoGo 550 by transferring these components in and out of your trunk with very little effort. (See
    “Specifications” for more information on weights).
    By Airplane — To transport your AutoGo 550 on an airplane, we recommend that you notify your airline of your
    mobility vehicle at least 24 hours prior to departure through your travel agent or in person. Ask your airline or your
    travel agent whether they will need to disassemble the AutoGo 550 or whether they plan to load and store it on the
    plane without disassembly. Ask specifically where and with whom you should drop the unit off and where and with whom
    you should retrieve it at your destination.
    Note: Your AutoGo 550 is equipped with sealed lead acid batteries. These batteries are approved by the Federal Aviation
    Authority (FAA) for air travel.
    Remember to bring this manual with you as a reference on your trip. Your manual will assist you in disassembling and reassembling your AutoGo 550 if required.
    Prior to leaving the airport, remember to test the AutoGo 550 when first getting on it. Direct any questions to the airline
    personnel if the unit does not work as it did prior to transportation.
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    If traveling outside of the United States, you may require a different charger power cord for your battery pack. Contact
    Customer Service or your authorized service center can help you answer these questions and supply you with the
    appropriate charger cord you may require.
    By Bus, Van or Truck without Disassembly — If transporting your AutoGo 550 fully assembled in a van, bus, or truck,
    secure it to the floor of the vehicle using a four point tie-down system.
    The operator should then be seated in an approved seat somewhere in the transporting vehicle.

    WARNING!
    This vehicle does not meet Federal Safety Standards for motor vehicle seating.
    Do not sit, nor permit anyone else to sit, in the seat of the AutoGo 550 during
    transportation in a motor vehicle as this poses a significant risk of bodily injury
    or even death.

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    Maintenance
    This section presents information to keep your AutoGo 550 in peak operating condition, including:
    • Preventative Maintenance
    • Troubleshooting
    • Parts Ordering Procedure
    Your AutoGo 550 requires only minimal maintenance and by setting time aside each month for careful inspection and
    checking items included in this section, you can be assured of a long, useful life of your AutoGo 550 vehicle.

    Preventative Maintenance
    Performing periodic preventative maintenance on your AutoGo 550 will ensure long, useful operational life as well as
    identifying any potential problems that may occur that might effect safe use and operation of the vehicle. Maintenance
    topics are presented in the following.
    Frame Inspection

    Periodically inspect the folding frame of the vehicle for cracks, fractures, or other
    damage. Any cracks/fissures should be noted and the vehicle removed from
    service.

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    WARNING!
    DO NOT use vehicle if frame damage is present. Severe personal injury may result.
    Additionally, check conditions of reflectors mounted on frame. Replace any
    missing or damaged reflectors to maintain proper visibility.
    Headlight

    Although the headlight of the dash uses a long-life halogen bulb, it may burn out,
    especially if left on for a long period of time, and require replacement.
    Replacement involves removing top cover of the dash, removing the burned-out
    bulb, installing the replacement, and replacing the dash cover. Replacement bulbs
    are available directly from Electric Mobility Corp., or from your authorized
    service center.
    Note: Headlight is a 24V 5W unit and is generally not available at local supply
    stores.

    Lubrication

    Under normal operating conditions, the AutoGo 550 requires no special
    lubrication or grease. The drivetrain gearbox is a sealed unit. Bearings, joints,
    fasteners and other moving parts are protected by self-lubricating components so
    periodic lubrication is generally not necessary.

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    Due to environmental conditions, movement may become stiff and difficult. If
    movement becomes difficult, use of a spray lubricant can be used to restore easy
    movement. Use a spray lubricant such as WD-40. Use lubricant sparingly and avoid
    contact with vinyl or painted surfaces.
    Tires

    Front and rear tires of the AutoGo 550 are foam-filled and do not require air
    pressure. Tires should, however be checked periodically for damage, cuts, flatspots, or excessive tread wear. Damaged tires should be replaced.

    Electrical Connections

    Check wiring connector at the drivetrain to make sure that a tight connection is
    made. If Battery Pack terminals (both terminals within tiller and recharger plug
    terminals) are corroded, disconnect Battery Pack and clean all connections with a
    soft wire brush. Re-connect leads and apply a protective coating (e.g., petroleum
    jelly, etc.) to prevent corrosion.

    Hardware Inspection

    Check and make sure all fasteners are present and secure.

    Cleaning Instructions

    Wash your AutoGo 550 with a sponge using household detergent diluted in warm
    water to clean all components. Wipe excess soapy water from the vehicle using a
    clean damp cloth. Avoid getting any water on the electrical components (i.e.,
    connectors, switches, Battery Pack terminals, etc.).

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    Polishing

    Polish all plastic components to help protect them from scratches and a dull finish.
    This can be done by using a non-abrasive auto polishing material available at your
    local automotive parts dealer or local department store (automotive section).
    Make sure to clean the surface first with an auto body cleaner using a soft cotton
    cloth and dry before polishing. To bring out the shine, follow the manufacturer’s
    instruction on the polishing material.

    Cable Adjustment

    The cable that actuates the front wheel lock used in folding up the vehicle
    includes an adjustment to keep cable under proper tensioning. This adjustment is
    shown in Illustration 17. Turn counter-clockwise to loosen and clockwise to
    tighten.

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    ADJUSTMENTS

    19285600/17

    Illustration 17 — Cable Turnbuckle Adjustment

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    When dash pivoting and/or front wheel lock operation is too tight or too loose,
    adjust cable tension accordingly. A small, open-ended hex wrench can be used on
    the turnbuckle.
    Drivetrain

    The parking brake of the drivetrain includes an adjustment setscrew for the brake
    pad.
    If brake starts to squeal, tighten setscrew. Brake nut should be set 1/6" (1.5 mm)
    from brake pad. Periodically clean dirt in brake pad by blowing dirt out with air
    pressure hose.
    If brake release lever becomes difficult to move, lubricate with a light oil or spray
    lubricant. Be careful not to get oil onto the brake pad.

    Seat Frame Cams

    The two cams on the seat frame may require periodic tightening to ensure
    positive, locking action. Adjustment is from beneath using a slotted ball detent.

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    Replacing Clock Battery

    After time, the dash clock may begin to lose time, or stop, when the battery runs
    down. The battery is easily replaced by removing the clock from the dash, prying
    open the clock’s case, and inserting a new battery. Battery location is shown in
    Illustration 18. Use the following to replace the clock battery.
    BATTERY
    POSITIVE (+) POLE
    "UP"

    +

    19285600/18

    Illustration 18 — Replacing Clock Battery

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    Battery Types: SR626SW, UCC 377, Ray-O-Vac RW329
    1. Remove clock from the dash by gently prying the edge of the clock from the
    dash.
    2. Use a small screwdriver to open the case by inserting the screwdriver blade
    into the notch on the back cover. Gently twist blade so that the back cover
    comes off.
    3. Slide the metal battery cover plate aside and remove battery.
    4. Install new battery with positive pole (+) facing outwards. Slide battery cover
    back in place over new battery.
    After replacing battery, make sure time setting is correct before replacing clock
    into dash.

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    Troubleshooting Guide
    This table is only a guide to aid you in getting your vehicle operating, should you have any problems. If you are unable to
    get your vehicle operating, call either Electric Mobility Customer Service toll free number located at the front of this
    manual or your local Authorized Service Center.
    Symptom

    Possible Cause

    Unit does not move

    1.
    2.
    3.
    4.
    5.

    Vehicle feels wobbly
    when driven

    Range less than
    expected

    Solution

    Keyswitch not “ON”
    Manual release in ‘Push Mode’
    Battery power low
    Power harness loose or unplugged
    Vehicle shuts down to conserve battery

    1.
    2.
    3.
    4.
    5.

    Turn keyswitch to “ON”
    Lift brake lever to ‘Ride Mode’
    Recharge batteries
    Plug harness into connector
    Cycle keyswitch

    1. Tire damaged
    2. Seat is loose

    1. Replace tire
    2. Check seat for loose hardware or
    damage and assure latch is closed
    around seat frame.

    1. Charging too infrequently
    2. Defective or worn out battery

    1. Charge unit more often
    2. Load test batteries. If necessary

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    3. Cold weather reduces battery life
    4. Defective charger

    Erratic behavior when
    engager operated

    1. Faulty engager
    2. Defective wiring harness

    Battery Pack LED not lit

    1.

    Cord not properly plugged-in

    2. Faulty charger

    Brake squeals

    1. Setscrew loose
    2. Dirt in brake pad

    replace
    3. Allow batteries to reach room
    temperature and then fully recharge
    4. Contact Electric Mobility or your
    Authorized Service Center

    1. Contact Electric Mobility or your
    Authorized Service Center
    2. Replace harness
    1. Verify cord correctly plugged-in at
    both Battery Pack and electrical
    outlet
    2. Contact Electric Mobility or your
    Authorized Service Center
    1. Tighten setscrew - Brake nut should
    be set 1/6" from brake pad
    2. Blow dirt out with air pressure hose

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    Brake release lever
    sticks

    Stiffness in steering

    1. Rust and corrosion

    1. Spray ball detent area with lubrication
    oil. Be careful not to get oil onto the
    brake pad

    1. Possible grime build up
    2. Bearings in head tube worn

    1. Lubricate bearings
    2. Replace bearings

    Controller Fault Codes
    In addition to the troubleshooting information in the previous section, the controller used in the AutoGo 550 provides
    diagnostic information through means of a Fault Code Display that appears on the Battery Gauge. When a fault is
    detected, selected segments of the Battery Gauge will light to indicate the faults. Codes and faults are listed in the
    following.
    Battery Gauge LED Segment Lit
    1

    Meaning and What To Do
    Battery needs recharging or bad connection with battery. Check connections,
    recharge battery.
    Bad motor connection. Check all connections between controller and motor.
    Short circuit between motor and battery connection. Contact authorized service
    facility.

    2
    3

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    4&5
    6
    7

    (not used)
    Controller inhibited from operation. Disconnect battery charger.
    Throttle fault. Engager levers must be in neutral (centered) position before vehicle
    is turned on. Switch vehicle off, center levers, and switch back on.
    Controller fault. Check all connections.
    Bad parking brake connection. Check parking brake and motor connections.
    Excessive voltage detected at controller. Check battery connections.

    8
    9
    10

    Parts Ordering Procedures
    To help us serve you as quickly as possible have your phone number, vehicle serial number or your order number ready
    when you call.
    When ordering parts, please have your method of payment ready (i.e., credit card number and expiration date, check,
    etc.). All parts are shipped UPS Ground. Alternate shipping arrangements may be made for an additional charge based on
    weight and destination (i.e. UPS Next Day, UPS 2nd Day, etc.).

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    Accessories
    Your AutoGo 550 can include several useful accessories to make your riding experience more enjoyable, convenient, and
    easier. These accessories can include:









    Electric Trunk Lift
    Trunk Lift Bracket
    Beverage Holder
    AutoRack - Vehicle Carrier
    Storage Bags
    Vehicle Cable Lock
    Portable Ramps
    Rearview Mirror










    Rear Basket
    Cane, Crutch, and Oxygen Tank Holders
    Threshold Ramps
    Safety Flag & Holder
    Taillights
    Seat Belts
    Recharger Cords for Different Countries
    Weather Cover

    These accessories are available separately and come with complete instructions for installation and use with your vehicle.
    Contact your Customer Service representative for further information.

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    Specifications1
    Dimensions:
    Length
    Width
    Height
    Folded, Vertical
    Folded, Horiz., w/Seat
    Folded, Horiz., w/o Seat
    Wheelbase
    Ground Clearance
    Footroom

    Electrical:
    41-42” (104-106 cm)
    21” (53.3 cm)
    37” (94 cm)
    38” (96.5 cm) H x 21” (53.3 cm) W x 22” (55.8 cm) L
    23” (58.4 cm) H x 21” (53.3 cm) W x 38” (96.5 cm) L
    21” (53.3 cm) H x 21” (53.3 cm) W x 38” (96.5 cm) L
    30.5” (77.4 cm)
    2” (5 cm)
    15” 38.1 cm) L x 5” 12.7 cm) W

    Weights:
    Frame
    Battery Pack
    Drivetrain
    Seat

    45 lb. (20.4 kg)
    22 lb. (9.9 kg)
    24 lb. (10.8 kg)
    15 lb. (6.8 kg)

    Performance:
    Speed 2
    Range 2
    Turning Radius
    Hill Climbing
    Weight Capacity

    4.2 mph (6.75 km/h)
    Up to 10 miles (16 km)
    35” (89 cm)
    12°
    300 lb. (136 kg)

    Batteries
    Battery Charger
    Charger Cord Length
    Controller

    Two: 12V/12Ah
    2A
    3’ (91.4 cm)
    Digital with programmable slow mode

    Construction:
    Frame
    Dash
    Drivetrain
    Front Wheels
    Rear Wheels
    Seat
    Seat Height
    Seat Width

    Two Piece, die-cast aluminum (chassis and footplate)
    Aluminum with internal controller and dash wiring
    Single motor, rear wheel differential drive with
    automatic parking brake
    Two 7” (17.7 cm) x 1 3/4” (4.4 cm) Foam Filled
    Two 9” (22.8 cm) x 3” (7.6 cm( Foam Filled
    Lightweight, detachable folding padded seat with vinyl
    upholstery
    21 1/4” (52 cm)
    18” (45.7 cm)

    1

    Due to continuous efforts to improve product design, specifications
    may change and products may vary slightly from photos throughout
    this manual.
    2

    Range and speed vary with driving circumstances

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    Warranty
    Electric Mobility Corp., warrants the vehicle, other than its component battery or batteries, to be free from defects in
    materials and workmanship for a period of one (1) year from the date of purchase. If, within such warranty period, any
    such product shall be proven to Electric Mobility Corp., satisfaction to be defective, such product shall, at option, be
    repaired or replaced. Sole obligation and your exclusive remedy under this warranty shall be limited to such repair and/or
    replacement. This warranty includes parts and labor for one year and travel for 30 days. For warranty service, please
    contact Electric Mobility Corp., at: 1-800-743-1302.
    LIMITATIONS AND EXCLUSIONS
    The foregoing warranty shall not apply to products subjected to negligence, accidents, improper operation, maintenance
    or storage, commercial, institutional, or service use other than normal application, or to products damaged by reason of
    repairs or modifications made to any product without the specific written consent of Electric Mobility Corp., or products
    damaged by circumstances beyond Electric Mobility Corp., control. The foregoing warranty is exclusive and in lieu of all
    other express warranties, implied warranties, if any, including but not limited to the implied warranties of merchant ability
    and fitness for a particular purpose. The warranty shall not extend beyond the duration of the express warranty provided
    herein. Electric Mobility Corp., shall not be liable for any consequential or incidental damages whatsoever.

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