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Wheelchair Vans

Toyota Wheelchair Van

Wheelchair Vans and Adaptive Equipment Installation, Repairs & Maintenance Inspections
 
The MOBILITY Center offers Wheelchair Van Service and Maintenance for Eldorado Mobility, Braun Ability, Bruno and Vantage Mobility International (VMI). We can take care of almost any mobility-related installation, maintenance or repair situation. Our Customers can speak with a trained service technician directly to help guide them through any unexpected problems.

Scheduled Maintenance for Accessible Vans—Preventive maintenance plays a crucial part in the continued trouble-free operation of your adaptive equipment. All maintenance checks and repairs need to be pre-scheduled in advance. A scheduled check-up should be completed every six months. Most appointments are scheduled Monday through Saturday during normal business hours. Please call us at 1-949-716-2006 to schedule your next service appointment

Service Inspection For: Wheelchair Accessible Minivans
  • Check overall operating condition (abnormal noises, binding, grinding)
  • Clean and lube ramp hinges
  • Check tightness of ramp motor bolts /hinge bolts / rivets
  • Lubricate ramp pivot pin and bushings
  • Inspect and lubricate ramp drive arm
  • Operate ramp to ensure proper stow deploy switch adjustment
  • Verify manual operation of ramp
  • Clean door track & floor
  • Ensure drain holes are free of debris (lubricate all door hinges and locks)
  • Check door alignment and insure correct operation
  • Check sliding door harness for damage and proper operation
  • Inspect door operation cables
  • Inspect door full open switch
  • Test battery
  • Check kneel system operation, lubricate kneel chain & rollers
  • Verify operation of conversion with all switches and remotes
  • Check and adjust air tire pressure as posted on "b" pillar
  • Vacuum floor / clean ramp
  • Inspect and test transfer or jump-seat operation
  • Check all wiring for proper routing and condition
  • All interior and external lighting 

Service Inspection For: Wheelchair Lifts

  • Check overall operating condition (abnormal noises, binding, grinding)
  • Check control pendant (damaged pendent, insulation damage on cable, tightness of connectors)
  • Check electrical wiring (frayed wires, chaffed wires, loose connections)
  • Check vehicle interlock (operation during non-interlock mode)
  • Check hand rails (handrail fasteners are properly tightened)
  • Check lift mounts and support points (free of damage, all sufficiently tightened)
  • Check main lift pivot (traveling frame pins are properly installed, excessive wear, and locked into place)
  • Check inner roll-stop (operation during lift function, and at floor level
  • Check platform roll-stop (operation upon ground contact)
  • Check hydraulic power unit and hydraulic system (fluid level, visible leaks, back up pump released valve, hydraulic cylinder[s] for leakage)
  • Clean and lubricate (clean then lubricate all moving parts, including door tracks and rollers and hinges and OEM door locks)
  • Test battery
  • Clean and check all battery cables and connections (apply anti-corrosive)
  • Check all manual back up systems for proper operations
  • Inspect and test jump or transfer seat operation, check all wiring for proper routing and condition. (clean roller tracks, lubricate all moving parts, check floor tie down bolts )
  • Inspect wheel chair tie-downs manual or power (check belt condition, operation, floor track condition, tie down bolts, operation, remove worn edges on bottom side, safety inter-lock, including emergency release)
  • All interior and external lighting (including third brake light) 


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