Finally secure the bolts and screws tightly into place.
Installing Spring On The Assembly
You will have originally been provided with an Allen Key / Screwdriver tool that will be needed for this repair.
Other Screwdrivers and Allen Keys of the correct size will also work.
Place your 3Style Scooter® on a table or similar surface upside-down, this will allow you to have easy access to the bottom of the front of the scooter / steering column
Remove the two bolts located at the top going through the metal plate.
Then remove the small screws which also go through the metal plate.
Take off the metal fender plate.
Remove the plastic guard.
Pull the wheel axle off from the base and put these to one side.
If the spring is stuck in your scooter, remove this as well. You can use one of your allen keys to gently ease this out.
Once the spring has been removed, set aside the scooter for now and return back to the wheel axial.
Remove the one of the small screws from the metal plate on the spring assembly.
Loosen the other screw slightly to enable you to rotate the metal plate, exposing the spring.
Remove the remainder of the spring from the assembly. To help do this use a screwdriver or something similar to ease this out. This needs to be pulled out from the side with the metal plate.
Once the remainder of the spring has been removed you can insert the new spring. Push through the smaller end of the spring through the side of the assembly which had the metal plate on.
The spring needs to be pushed in as far as possible so that it’s flush with the plastic spring assembly. You can pull and twist the spring to pull it further into the assembly.
Next position the metal plate back over the spring and screw back in the small screw. Don’t forget to tighten up the screw that was loosened.
Replace the axle back onto the scooter making sure that the spring slots into the small hole under the scooters base.
Put the plastic guard back into place.
Position the metal plate back onto the scooter.