How to remove and replace the front wheel?
Step 1: Loosen the nut on either side.Remove the nut, washers, spacers, and the wheel itself.
Step 2: Deflate the tire and remove the disc brake.
Step 3: Loosen the rim out of the tire.
Step 4: Pull the inner tube out of the tire.
If the problem is a hole on the inner tube, you can patch it.
Step 5: Install the new tire (if tire defect) to the rim.
Step 6: Tuck in the inner tube. Make sure to point the valve away from the disc brake.
Step 7: Tuck in the rest of the tire to the rim. Fill out the inner tube with air.
Step 8: Reconnect the disc brake.
Step 9: Install the wheel on the pin and reattach the spacers and the washers.
Step 10: Reattach the wheel on the housing. Make sure to tighten the wheel nuts.
How to remove and replace the rear wheel
Step 1: Locate the motor wire and remove it from its fasteners.
Step 2: Remove the fender screws.
Step 3: Remove the wheel nuts.
Step 4: Remove the screw in front of the wheel that is connected to the fender to fully remove the fender.
Step 5: Remove the brake caliper.
Step 6: Remove the disc brake
Step 7: Loosen the rim out of the tire.
Step 8: Remove the inner tube and the rim. (Replace the inner tube if this is the problem. Otherwise, you can replace the tire if it’s a tire issue)
Step 9: Set the rim inside of the tire. Insert the inner tube between the rim and the tire.
Step 10: Stick the tire on the rim by spooning it or using a rim shield.
Step 11: Install the disc brake.
Step 12: Install the wheel on the housing and reattach the brake caliper..
Step 13: Reinstall the fender.
Step 14: Lastly, reattach the wheel nut. Make sure to tighten it.
Make sure to check if the brake calipers are properly placed by spinning the wheel and checking if there are weird noises coming out of the wheel.