Trouble shooting

Little things may happen to the scooter that are cause for concern. Don't panic until you check out the obvious. If the engine doesn't start: Is the key on? Is there gas? Is the battery too weak? Or a battery lead loose? Have spark plug wires fallen off? Is the ignition cut-off switch in the OFF position? Do you have the choke in the appropriate position?

If the engine stops when you don't want it to: Did you accidently hit the cut-off switch? Did you run out of gas? Did a fuse burn out? If the scooter begins to feel funny as you go down the road, especially in a curve, stop as soon as it is safe to pullover and check your tires. You may have a flat. Check your suspension. You may have it adjusted correctly. Your owner's manual is the best reference for proper settings and adjustments. If necessary, apply them hard, but not so hard that you lock up either wheel. A locked wheel, as well as causing the scooter to skid, results in down right inefficient braking. The time to take your left foot off the peg and put it on the ground is jus as the scooter comes to a complete stop. When you have the opportunity, practice your braking. You can always get better at it. If necessary, apply them hard, but not so hard that you lock up either wheel. A locked wheel, as well as causing the scooter to skid, results in downright inefficient braking. The time to take your left foot off the peg and put it on the ground is jus as the scooter comes to a complete stop.

If you detect any problems with the motorcycle doesn't feel right, doesn't handle right, doesn't sound right - that you can't figure out yourself, take it to your dealer. Think about the problem a little, so you can describe it to the service manager. Remember, an ounce of prevention is worth about a ton of cure. Pushing a motorcycle can get old very fast.

Become familiar with the sound of your engine, so you can tell when you should shift without looking at your instruments. Make sure the fluid level is where it should be. If it is low, top it up with distilled water. Always take your tool kit along when you go for a ride. You never can tell when it will come in handy. You should always have your owner's manual with the scooter. If you want to know more scooter info or scooter parts info, you can visit www.motopartscenter.com
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