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Victory 3 wheel scooter. has a new battery and charger is working. sometimes it will move and next time nothing happens. a clicking sound is heard near the right rear wheel. local "tech" can't find the problem. can you help? Bill C

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Sounds like a loose terminali had a similar problem on my scooter and i fixed my problem by tightening those up

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