Question about 2004 Factory bike Chrono SM 250
Hey i have a G-Scooter it is a motorised scooter (Go Ped)The product i am talking about has nothing to do with the one i typed in the Product Category bcoz it didnt have the scooter as an option.
The thing is i haven't started it in a long time and now it wont start, no matter how many times i pull the string, is there a solution for this and if known what is the problem causing this to happen, thanks heaps!
Initially and based on your description that it has not been used for some time, pls try:
Posted on Nov 11, 2008
A list of things I did to mine so have ago at all of these, although I havent got mine started :)
I have cleaned the carb, ive checked for a spark (yes), cleaned fuel tank and checked to see if it is getting fuel and it is, also reset the air/fuel screw 1 and a half turns to factory reset NOTHING :( and took spark plug out and put my thumb over the hole pulled the pull start and it feels like it has pressure.
Oh and yes I did put 2 stroke oil in the fuel !
Posted on Feb 19, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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