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11. Separate the front section from the rear section. See figure 25.
Figure 25. Separating the Frame Sections
1. Place the freewheel lever in drive (down) position.
2. Position the front and rear sections next to each other.
3. Tilt the rear end to a horizontal position and insert the longer tube of the front end into the rear section first;
make sure that the locking cam levers are vertically positioned and the locking pins are removed.
4. Slide the two sections of the unit together until the front half reaches its insertion limit.
5. Secure the front and rear sections with ball detent pins.
6. Ensure the tiller is in an upright position.
7. Push the locking cam levers back to their locked (down) position.
8. If you removed the utility tray from the rear component, replace the tray by aligning the reusable fasteners on the
utility tray with those on the rear component; gently press down on the utility tray to ensure it is secure.
9. Plug the large, white front-to-rear connector from the front section into the mating plug found on the electronic
controller module cover on the utility tray on the rear section. The two orange dots present on both plugs
should be adjacent to each other and enable quick plug mating.
10. Put the batteries in place and plug the 2-pin battery harnesses into the adjoining harnesses that are also located
on the electronic controller module.
11. Refasten the battery tie-down straps.
12. If you removed the utility tray from the rear component, connect the 6-pin motor harness plug.
13. Gently place the rear shroud over the seat pedestal.
14. Connect the rear light harness, if so equipped. Make sure that the rear plastic shroud does not make any
contact with the rear wheels.
15. Slide the shroud down in place.
16. Carefully lift the seat and slide the small seat post (on the seat bottom) into the seat post tower.
17. Rotate the seat until it locks into place.