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Donzi Gt230

Hacienda Heights, CA

Mechanic since birth and self employed the last 12 years. Gear head, lover of all things motorized, and owner of many.


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They obviously did something during the repair so it's on them to fix it.


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Check the voltage while charging, it may be too high messing with the electronics.


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Check the voltage while charging, it may be too high messing with the electronics.


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Dead battery or bad battery cable connection.


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Dead battery or bad battery cable connection.


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They can be tough, sometimes seemingly impossible. Tap it with a small hammer all around the axle a lot, helps loosen up the bond. With a large rubber hammer hit the out edges; left, right, top, bottom....it should work loose. If it breaks free but won't come all the way off you may need to loosen the brake adjuster so the shoes don't bind on the drum, there's often a wear lip that'll snag the shoes as you pull the drum.


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They can be tough, sometimes seemingly impossible. Tap it with a small hammer all around the axle a lot, helps loosen up the bond. With a large rubber hammer hit the out edges; left, right, top, bottom....it should work loose. If it breaks free but won't come all the way off you may need to loosen the brake adjuster so the shoes don't bind on the drum, there's often a wear lip that'll snag the shoes as you pull the drum.


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Always stalls, no way to keep it running? Does it thump hard when you put it in D or just turn off?


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Always stalls, no way to keep it running? Does it thump hard when you put it in D or just turn off?


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Motor mount, specifically the passenger side upper. It's a pretty easy replacement.


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