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If New, I'd take it back to the dealer.
Set bike on jack so front wheel is raised. Make sure it is secure so can't fall.
1) Remove front brake pads........... spin wheel If it still squeaks, remove wheel and service bearings.
If no squeak when brakes removed, service brakes.
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the differential probly needs servicing--chec oil level -bearings cud be bad---------unhook batt and see if checlite gos away---hav vehicle testdriven by a nondealer or go to librarysec 629 for maintenance of transfer cases and more
Hi Lisa - It could be that if there is dirt and debris on the wheel axel or inside the connection it would prevent the wheel clicking in properly. Remove both back wheels and give a wash in warm soapy water then dry thoroughly before putting back into place. Does the same side wheel fall off even if you swap the back wheels over? If this is the case it would indicate a chassis problem rather than a wheel problem. If it is the same wheel that always falls off it would suggest a wheel problem. Contact customer services on 01284 413 141 Mon-Fri 8.30-4.30 or e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org for further advice