Replacing the Battery Tray on your Flyer™ M880 or L885

Follow the steps below to replace the battery tray on your eBike.

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     Tools Needed: Phillips head screwdriver

     Compatible Models: Flyer™ M880 and Flyer™ L885

Getting the Bike Ready for Servicing

  1. Remove the battery.
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  2. Turn the bike on, the screen should initially turn on, then quickly fade away.
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Removing the Old Battery Tray

    1. Locate the top and bottom sections of the battery tray.
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    2. Use a Phillips head screwdriver to remove the (4) mounting bolts from the top section of the battery tray.5__Remove-The-Mounting-Bolts-From-Top-Section.jpg
    3. Remove the top section of battery tray if necessary.
    4. Use a Phillips head screwdriver to remove the (3) mounting bolts from the bottom section of the battery tray.6__Remove-The-Mounting-Bolts-From-Bottom-Section.jpg
    5. Carefully pull up to remove the bottom section of the battery tray. 7__Remove-Bottom-Section-of-Battery-Tray_1.gif
    6. Before moving or unplugging any wires, take a picture of the untouched set-up so you know how to correctly reconnect wires.
    7. After taking a picture of the connections, disconnect the cables that are connecting the battery dock to the bike. Relevant connections are circled in image below. Disconnect wires by pulling them apart with no twisting motion. 
      • Do not use any twisting motion to disconnect.
      • Some connectors have locking clips, be sure to disengage the clips before disconnecting.
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Installing the New Battery Tray

  1. Line up the holes in the top section of the battery tray with the holes in the bike.
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  2. Use a Phillips head screwdriver to reattach the top section of the battery tray to the bike with (4) mounting bolts.
  3. Using the photo taken earlier (Step 4 of “Removing the Old Battery Tray”), carefully reconnect the wires to the corresponding wires on the bottom section of the battery tray.
    • Be certain to not pinch or compress any cables between battery tray and frame
    • Do not use any twisting motion to connect.
      Reconnect Black Battery Tray Connector
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      Reconnect Yellow Battery Tray Connector
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  4. Carefully feed the wires into the frame of the bike, until the battery dock plate is sitting flush with the base of the battery compartment. Line up the holes in the bottom section of the battery tray with the holes in the bike.
    • Be certain to not pinch or compress any cables between battery tray and frame.
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  5. Use a Phillips head screwdriver to reattach the bottom section of the battery tray to the bike with (3) mounting bolts.

Preparing to Ride

  1. Reinstall the battery.
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  2. Fully test the bike’s function prior to riding.

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