Tools you will need:
- T15 Torx screwdriver
- Philips screwdriver
Bell Lever Replacement
- Use a T15 Torx screwdriver to remove the screw on the lever of the bell. Be careful not to lose the spring underneath the lever which may also come off with the removal of the lever.
- Insert the bottom of the lever through the center of the spring and insert the upturned end of the spring into the small hole on the bottom of your lever.
- You will need to set the tension spring and align the lever at one time. Insert the spring extending from the lever into the body of the bell while sliding the lever and tension spring along the bottom of the slot in the handbrake assembly.
- Holding the lever against the bottom of the slot of the handbrake assembly, reinstall the screw to hold it in place using a T15 Torx screwdriver.
- Try using the bell. If the lever does not “bounce back” after using the bell, the tension spring likely slipped upwards during installation and released some of the tension that would normally be on the spring. You can go through the process again, and make sure to keep the entire lever assembly pressed firmly against the bottom of the slot in the handlebar assembly.
Bell Cover Replacement
- Remove the bell cover by removing the screw at the top of the bell assembly using a Philips screwdriver. Be careful not to lose the washer located on the inside of the bell cover.
- Replace the bell cover by reinstalling the screw at the top of the bell assembly using a Philips screwdriver, and making sure to align the washer on the inside of the bell cover while doing so. Tilting the scooter so that the washer can be held horizontally inside the bell cover during installation can help with this.