Geely JL50QT-2B Won't start, I think something is broken.
My scooter was running fine. During the operation I heard a sound like a stick was dragging. The scooter quit running a few moments later. When I tried to restart it with the kick start it turned over harder than normal and had a sound like something binding and draging a little...and would not start. I'm new to this and am not sure where to put my attention. I just bought this and the battery needs to be charged, that's why I'm kick starting a machine with 700 miles and 15 min. of my ride tim on it. The oil and gas are full so I don't think it's related to burning up the motor...at least I hope not. Cork
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If you turn to the right and the speed of the clicking sound goes faster then your left wheel has the problem. The shaft key is a little loose and is shifting while running. If you turn to the right and the speed of the clicking sound goes slower then the right wheel has the problem. Sometimes a stick will become lodged underneath making contact with the wheel or rim making a clicking noise. These noises can drive me nuts. Scooter Doctor App
Sounds like car has been overheated and has a collapsed piston skirt. This will cause piston slap until piston heat up and expand.------------------------------------------------------------------------- vas 5054a
It may actually be possible that the damper is sticking due to heat based deformity until air flow of any type purges the excessive heat.
That could be due to a manufacturing defect or worn hinge points.
You may get a better feel for how the dampers are working by calibrating the HVAC control;
1. With ignition ON and engine not running, press AC and Recirc 3 times in under 2 seconds
2. Verify AC and Recirc LEDs flash, wait 15 seconds for the re-calibration to complete, you may hear the damper doors cycling while calibration occurs. If audible movement is heard, listen that no dragging occurs during that movement
3. Once calibration is complete, press the AC and Recirc buttons to see the LEDs change
4. If LEDs don't change after their buttons are pressed, take the vehicle to the local dealer for electrical diagnosis
5. If dragging of the damper doors is heard, that may be the root of the possible sticking in hot weather.
Have the dealer or other competent mechanic check those dampers
Sounds like you have weak batteries or a bad brake. You can measure the brake resistance at the connector between the front and rear halves of the scooter. The brake is good if the resistance measures between 30 to 65 ohms.
You should load test the batteries to see if they are good. It takes battery power to run the motor and release the brakes. Weak batteries will cause the brakes to drag and the scooter to run slow.
A new brake costs about $70 and new batteries start at $40 each.
If you do not have a beep fault code, nothing has burnt out yet. I would have the scooter checked out soon by a qualified technician. Hope this helps.
Your blower fan is most likely failing. It sounds like it is rubbing on the cage, which causes the motor to heat up and quit functioning. Once the motor cools down it will operate again.
You will need to replace the blower motor and fan assembly.
Good day, Turning the thermostat to a warmer setting should not have caused the machine to quit cooling. Actually, the engineers give you far less leeway than you might think. The controls are more in a class of fine tuning, otherwise people would be getting themselves into trouble. The manufacturers simply design the warm and cold parameters in a fairly narrow range. The best setting is normal. When away, the machine will run far less simply because of no door openings. Opening a door lets in large amounts of air every time it's done, which is where your cost to run it exists. Two things. One, if the temp in the kitchen exceeded 90 degrees for any length of time, you are operating it beyond it's design range, however two, it sounds as if the thermostat hung up, causing your issue. You may want to have it replaced, but it would be useless to call anyone when it's performing normally. There is no test on thermostats other than by observing their action when the machine is not operating properly.
leaky cylinder headgaskets!!!! car sits usually after just being driven coolant under pressure finds leak in gasket seeps into cylinder mind you it only takes a little dribble or two next morning you go out get in start up car misfiring,running lil ragged then begans to smooth out. stop @ store a few moments later come out restart car no miss runs fine till next morning sound fimilar have them checked