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I assume you mean that it is restricted and you wish to derestrict it.
If you have passed your test your local independent bike shop will probably do it for a nominal fee, they will want your return business now you are a real biker.
If you haven\'t passed your test, don\'t be silly its not worth it, for a start your insurance will be invalid and if you have a accident that\'s not your fault you will be in the as you will also be if it is your fault. A claim can follow you for life !!!!
First off, is the battery charged?
Batteries get old, and tend to not hold a charge like when they were new.
If the "crackling" sound you describe is a series of rapid clicks, this is a sign or either a low battery voltage, or a bad ground.
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