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I will listen to the video again when I am in a quieter place, but it doesn't sound like the engine is turning over. That tells me it is probably a problem with the battery (best case scenario), or the starter motor. My first 2 checks would be: Get the battery tested at an auto parts store Try jumping the bike using a car battery. Car red (+) terminal to ...


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That link circled is part of the steering system. Its a link that connects the steering rack to the outer hub. That should be tight with absolutely no free play. It's a part of the system that steers your car when you turn your steering wheel. The part you've circled is called the "outer tie rod end" in the image below. Note, if your outer tie rod is ...


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In order to diagnose this I have had to raise the driven wheels off the ground, disengage the traction control, and put the transmission in drive, then observe what is happening. Of course, you have to take the necessary precautions to make sure the car cannot come off the supports or roll in any way; you must have level ground and the remaining wheels ...


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Sounds like it could be a wheel bearing. They will often sound like a distant helicopter when they are going. The reason the sound would change while turning is because you are taking weight on and off of the potentially bad bearing. Jack it up and check for play. Also spin it by hand and see if you can hear any resistance, grinding etc.


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