If you encounter an E06 message on your display, this is simply an indicator that your battery is nearly empty and needs to be charged.
If your battery clearly still has enough charge left, but you're still seeing the error message, it could be that your battery voltage shut-off setting is too high.
To correct this you will need to access your Advanced settings and change the P15 setting. This setting controls when the scooter will shut off if the battery level gets too low.
To read the full article on how to access your advanced settings and what each one should be set to, please click <here>.
While the scooter is on, press and hold the 'Power' and 'Mode' buttons together for 2-3 seconds until the screen changes.
Press the 'Power' button again until you reach P15, and use the 'Mode' button to adjust the P15 setting accordingly.
The recommended shut-off setting range for each battery size is as follows:
- 48V battery (Apollo Light & City): 39-41
- 52V battery (Apollo Explore, Ghost, 52V Pro or Phantom): 42-44
- 60V battery (60V Pro or Phantom variants): 49-50
The first number is the minimum setting each battery should be set to, but you can raise it to the higher number for extra protection (to ensure your battery does not completely drain).
For more information and questions, please reach out directly to our Support Team.