AOVO pro scooters function in a way that allows them to display error codes. These error codes indicate that there is an issue with your scooter.
You must know the meaning of these error codes so you’ll know what’s wrong with your scooter.
Eight error codes (E01-E08) are assigned to indicate issues with different AOVO Pro scooter components. You can find the meaning of the error codes for your scooter in the user manual.
In this article, I’ll explain all the error codes on a typical AOVO Pro Scooter, the reasons they may show up, and solutions for the issue.
What Are the AOVO Pro Scooter Error Codes and How to Fix Them?
The error codes for AOVO pro scooters vary with different models.
Here is a table to show the error codes in a typical AOVO pro scooter and what they mean.
|E04||Control panel error|
|E05||Controller temperature error|
#1. E01 Error
E01 Error code usually indicates a problem with your scooter’s throttle or throttle cable.
Here are some reasons why the throttle in your AOVO pro scooter may develop issues:
Dirt and Debris: When you don’t frequently clean your scooter, dirt, and debris accumulate in different components, such as the throttle.
The dirt and debris may hinder the normal working process of the throttle.
Loose Cables: Issues may develop in the throttle of your scooter when the cable comes loose or experiences damage.
Electrical Issues: Improper wiring or damage in the electrical system of your scooter may cause the throttle to malfunction.
Water Damage: Like other components of an AOVO pro scooter, the throttle is not water resistant.
Frequent exposure of the scooter to moisture will cause the throttle to malfunction and experience damage over time.
Here are some ways to fix your scooter when it displays the E01 error code.
- Check if the battery in your scooter is properly functioning. You should replace it if it isn’t working because it affects the functionality of the throttle.
- Use a soft cloth and rubbing alcohol to remove the dirt on the throttle cable.
- Reconnect all the wirings in the throttle cable.
Contact a professional if none of the troubleshooting methods worked for your scooter.
#2. E02 Error
E02 Error code will display on your AOVO Pro Scooter when brake issues occur.
Here are some reasons why brake Issues may develop in your AOVO Pro Scooter.
Worn-out Brake Pads: Due to frequent use, the brake pads in your scooter may wear out.
A faulty brake pad will affect the overall effectiveness of the brakes.
Loose Brake Cable: When your scooter’s brake cable is not correctly in place or is loose or damaged, the brakes will develop issues.
Brake Rotor Problems: The brake rotor in your scooter may get worn out due to excessive heat and corrosion. Once there’s any issue with the brake rotor, the brakes will begin to fail.
Here are some ways to fix your scooter when it displays the E02 error code.
- If the brake pads are broken or worn out, replace them with new ones.
- Replace your scooter’s brake rotor and brake cable if needed.
- Adjust your brakes to ensure that it is properly in place.
- Clean out the master cylinder in your scooter and fill it with brake fluid to the appropriate level.
#3. E03 Error
When your AOVO pro scooter displays an E03 Error code, it means that there’s a motor-related issue.
Here are some reasons why your scooter’s motor controller may develop problems.
Overheating: When your scooter overheats frequently, the motor becomes faulty. The scooter may overheat due to excessive load on it.
Whatever you put on your scooter should be within its weight limit. The average limit of an AOVO pro scooter is 200kg.
Wear and Tear: Your scooter’s motor may malfunction due to wear and tear. Frequent use of your scooter wears out the motor and reduces its efficiency.
Also, if you don’t lubricate your motor from time to time, friction will cause wear and tear.
Water Damage: The components of your scooter are not water-resistant. Frequent exposure to moisture may cause your scooter’s motor to malfunction.
Electrical Issues: A faulty electrical system of your scooter, like improper wiring, may cause the motor to malfunction.
Here are some ways to fix your AOVO scooter when you see the E03 Error code.
- Ensure that there are secure connections between all the motor connectors. Clean the connectors and put them back in place if there is corrosion.
- If severe damage occurs, you’ll need to replace the motor.
- Apply a lubricant to the motor if the fault is due to wear and tear.
Contact a professional if none of the troubleshooting methods worked for your scooter.
#4. E04 Error
E04 Error code indicates that there is an issue with the control panel of your AOVO Pro Scooter.
Here are some reasons why the control panel in your AOVO pro scooter may be faulty.
Battery Issues: The control panels require power to issue commands to other scooter components. If there’s an issue with your scooter’s battery, the control panel will not work.
Loose Connections: The control panel of your AOVO Pro Scooter will malfunction if the wiring system is not correctly in place.
Water Damage: An AOVO scooter is not water resistant. The control panel will experience damage when exposed to moisture for an extended period.
Here are some ways to fix your AOVO scooter when you see the E04 Error code:
- The first thing to do is to check the battery in the scooter. Ensure that the battery’s connections are secure and working fine.
- Reconnect any loose wiring between the control panel and the scooter.
- Get rid of all the moisture in the control panel area.
- Try resetting your scooter to bring the control panel to its default settings.
- If none of the above options work, please replace your control panel with a new one.
#5. E05 Error
The E05 error code on your AOVO Pro Scooter indicates an issue with the controller temperature.
Here are some reasons why controller temperature issues may develop in your AOVO Pro scooter.
Overloading the Scooter: Issues will develop in your scooter’s controller temperature when you exceed the weight limit.
Excessive weight on your scooter will cause the controller temperature to overheat and malfunction.
Poor Ventilation: Your scooter’s ventilation must be top-notch for the controller temperature to operate with maximum capacity.
If there is poor ventilation, the controller temperature will start overheating and become faulty.
Malfunctioning Components: All the controller temperature components should be in perfect shape to ensure its overall working process.
If any component is faulty, the controller temperature will malfunction.
Here are some ways to fix your scooter when you see the E05 error code.
- Open out the air vents for proper ventilation.
- Reduce the load you put on the scooter to meet its weight limit.
- If the components in the controller temperature are faulty, contact a professional to fix them for you.
#6. E06 Error
This error code indicates an issue with the scooter’s controller. Here are some reasons there may be issues with your scooter’s controller:
Impact Damage: If your AOVO Pro Scooter gets into an accident, the impact may affect the controller. The controller may become faulty due to the occurrence.
Electrical Issues: If there is a problem with the wiring or any other electrical component in the scooter, the controller will become faulty.
Water Damage: The components of an AOVO pro scooter are not water resistant. The controller will start to malfunction on exposure to moisture.
Here are some ways to fix your scooter when it displays an E06 Error code.
- Replace all the faulty components.
- Reconnect any loose wiring in the scooter’s controller.
- Dry out the scooter properly to eliminate all the moisture in it.
#7. E07 Error
E07 Error code indicates an issue with the communication system in your AOVO pro scooter.
Here are some reasons there may be issues with the communication system in your scooter.
Low Battery: Adequate power must flow through the scooter for the communication to work perfectly. If your scooter’s battery is low, there will be communication issues.
Bluetooth Interference: Phones, scooters, and other Bluetooth devices around your area can affect your scooter’s communication system.
Physical Damage: Communication issues may develop when your AOVO pro scooter experiences physical damage.
Here are some ways to fix your scooter when the E07 Error code appears.
- Move away from areas where there’s Bluetooth Interference.
- Ensure the battery of your scooter and controlling device are at maximum level.
- If there is physical damage, contact a technician to fix it.
#8. E08 Error
E08 Error code indicates issues with your scooter’s battery.
Here are some reasons why battery issues may develop in your AOVO pro scooter.
Overcharging: Charging your scooter’s battery more than the required time will cause it to develop faults and reduce its lifespan.
Extreme Temperatures: Riding your scooter in extreme temperatures reduces the efficiency of its battery and may cause it to malfunction over time.
Here are some ways to fix your scooter when it displays an E08 error code.
- Store your battery in a cool and dry place.
- Charge your battery to the appropriate level.
- Ensure that all the wirings and connectors are free of rust and dirt.