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Me lectronic kaddy wheels do not turn when on ground but do if raised

Me lectronic kaddy does not go forward when on ground but if I raised the back wheels they turned

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Woah. This is a new one, but it sounds like your rack is binding up and causing this friction. It could be a pump problem, so check the power steering pump belt tension and fluid level. Short of that, you need to get your front end looked at. I'm not being "extra careful" here when I say this - you should get it towed to the service center and not drive it. This thing could get you hurt. . Good luck.

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Check the control arm, and the control arm bushings on the left side. Sounds like something is broken, loose, or totally worn out. Use a sturdy pry bar to try to force it in different directions front and back, any play will become apparent.

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Have you bled the power steering system and removed the air ?

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