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There may be a plastic sheathing over the wires that needs to be cut away to inspect them. On some models there is also a spring over the wires that needs to be pushed out of the way to inspect the full length the wires.
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That wheel has a built in hub motor so it must be for a Razor Crazy Cart Shift instead of a Razor Crazy Cart. The Shift version of the Crazy Cart is different from the standard version.
The Crazy Cart Shift has a different drivetrain than the standard Crazy Cart so please disregard what I previously mentioned about the problem being with the bearings.
On the Crazy Cart Shift a seized drive wheel is more likely to be from a faulty motor or broken gears than from the bearings. I would inspect the gears and see if they are able to be turned by hand, and have a good look over everything to try to determine if it can be made to turn without replacing any parts that are in it. Hopefully the problem is just a small piece of stray plastic that got jammed between the gears or something like that.
If it needs to be replaced then I am almost certain that Razor will only offer a complete new front wheel with motor rather than selling individual parts to repair the front wheel. The Crazy Cart Shift is such a new model that we do not have any parts for it yet. We will inquire with Razor regarding availability of the front wheel assembly and then reply again to let everyone know if it is available and how much it costs.
My crazy cart won't work anymore it did for quite some time and one day i was in the middle of riding it and i heard a noise in my pedal and it just stopped. I charged it the next day and it still didn't work and the next day and still the same answer. I looking up what could be wrong but i am just not sure.
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