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How can I keep the back wheel that house the motor from falling out lil rider fx green

The back wheel that has the motor on it won't stay in place my son can only ride for a few seconds before the motor falls out and I have to UT it back in its place

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  • Once the caliper is removed, take out the brake pads and replace them with the new ones. Place the caliper back and place the bolts back in the correct position from the start and tighten fully. Place the wheel back on the car hub and tighten the bolts. The bolts won’t be able to be tightened fully since the car is still suspended. Repeat this ending process on the other wheel. Only after, using the jack under the car stands, lower the car back to the ground. Once the car is back on the ground, use the 17mm socket to make sure each wheel is completely tightened.
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