Fault with ProRider golf trolley not moving
The fault is that the ProRider golf trolley does not work at all. It will not start up or move forward under power.
All of the display lights work, the speed controller shows the speed variation. The 3 distance settings are illuminated depending which button is pressed, but none of the settings time out. Can you tell me which parts I should order from you. Many thanks.
What is wrong with the golf trolley and how to fix the fault.
Like all faults with golf trolleys, it is difficult to say exactly what is causing this. The handle PCB will most
likely be working, the speed control switch knob will be working. I believe the S1 controller has control over the timer on the auto distance motor run. As the display is working normally and if there is no click at the controller when trying to power the wheels forward, then my assumption would be the S1 controller is at fault.
Problem solved golf trolley back working
Many thanks for your input regarding the fault on my pro rider. Bought a new S1 controller changed it over and the new controller solved the problem.
A friend of mine has just purchased a pro-rider PR1192 golf trolley.
After 2 rounds it has lost all power. I have looked at all connections and found no breakages. I have just plugged the trolley back in and it is now showing no 8 on the display. Also, I found that the coloured cables that connect to the control box do not match ie
blue to blue, black to black.
Not sure of the setup with the colour of wires and if anyone may be changed this around. I would think the trolley wouldn’t have worked from the beginning if the wires had been at fault and not run for two rounds then failed. So it is more likely to be a component which has failed. It’s difficult to say if it could be the speed control switch or golf trolley controller box. I would have a look at the website we have a few articles on different failures of control switches etc. Just go to the magnifying glass on the top right corner to search for say “speed control switch”