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Kida was on lt50 quad yesterday and all of a sudden it started making like a scrapeing and grinding noise from behinde flywheel so switched it off and when i push it it like jams then frees off then jams

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Sounds like you need to remove the flywheel and see what is going on inside it. Chances are a charging coil has come loose and is binding up on the flywheel.

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