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aww an easy one.. stand on left side of the scooter, right hand on the back rail, step on the wheel stand with right foot. slowly pull up on the rail while pushing the scooter forward, and up she will go.
MaryJain The scooters freewheel lever should be at the right rear of the scooter under the shroud and no it shouldn'd be touching the tire. To put it freewheel you should push the lever down. Now if the lever is rubbing the tire you can try to get someone to push it sideways toward the left tire to get it away from the right tire. It should move easily into and out of gear. Be careful not to break it or the small micro switch on the brake. Hope this helps you
Its quite common for Pride scooters to be assembled using little or no grease on the rear axle. If the noise is like a stone stuck in the tyre, its probably a 'Dry Axle' as mentioned above. Try just removing the rear wheel(s) and greasing the axle. This normally cures the problem. When removing the wheel, be careful not to lose the hub key which slots into the axle and wheel to stop the wheel spinning freely on the axle. Hope this helps.
Hi. Loud clicking noises from the rear wheels are usually caused by movement of the square steel key that fits into a groove on the axle inside the wheel hub. This is what drives the wheels.
You will probably get a click for each revolution of the wheels.
To fix it, remove the rear wheels and wipe a thin smear of grease on the key and axle, then replace the wheels.
The grease will allow the key to move slightly without making a noise, and help stop it from wearing.
It sometimes helps to also remove the front wheels, and wipe a thin smear of grease onto the front stub axles. There is no key in the front hubs, but the grease helps to prevent the bearings siezing on to the axles.
Good luck. Neil.
Sounds to me like you have a direct drive model with no clutch. With the direct drive model you just warm up the motor with no rider and wheel off the ground then turn it off and push start it "push and Go". The trick to push staring is stomping your weight down near the back tire as you push forward to get the rear tire turning. Once it turns so will the motor and it will start and your off and running. Do the push start without applying throttle and make sure you have the rear wheel adjusted against the drive roller correctly..