My scooter is hard to start
  • Is the spark plug dirty? Clean or replace it if its dirty. For your 150 cc Scooter we recommend a NGK C7HSA Spark Plug
  • Make sure the carburetor and the intake manifold are tightly secured to the engine.
  • Check the gasket between the carburetor and intake manifold. Sometimes the gasket is bad and caused leak. Solution: replace new gasket or just toss the bad gasket away and screw carburetor back. Try to start again.
My scooter will not start
  • Make sure you have fuel getting to the carburetor.
  • Pull the line from the carburator and turn the motor over, Gas should come out of this line
  • Check the spark plug for sign of wear and tear. Some spark plugs can foul even after 5 minutes of use
  • Try using starting fluid to aid the starting process, spray a little into the carburetor.
  • If it starts by spraying starting fluid and dies as soon it runs out of starting fluid then this means there is no fuel getting to the engine. Check the carburetor.
  • or there might be vaccum leak in the piston area. If your piston is badly scratched up due to the lack of oil, then you may need to replace piston and rings to regain compression. Intake tappet adjustment can be made to increase compression
My scooter is not charging
  • Make sure the fuse in the scooter is good. Even though the Fuse looks good it may not be
  • Check the wires behind the fuse holder and the charging jack. Sometimes they come loose. Check to see that the green ground wire is securely fastened