Mine broke soon after I reached 3000 Km with it. can you please provide some directions in changing it? I suppose it's simple enough to do it myself in 30 min, I would be loosing more than that going to a mechanic. many thanks! Alex
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Assuming it's the same as my Kymco Agility, it's really easy cheapest is to buy a new one on ebay, it connects under the right handlebar to the throttle, there's a clip under the handle clip it in rescrew on the throttle handlebar and feed it through to the carb, just feed it through where the old one went and connect it to the top of the carb and that's it.
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A few simple things to check is the condenser for dust. Blow it out. If their is a water filter going into the unit change it. Get some ice machine cleaner and follow directions. Do these things before calling anyone out.
Hit he Mode Button until you reach the Distance Mode (MIL or KM) will appear on the display. Press and hold the Reset Button (S) until the display changes to the mode you want. Note that performing this step will reset all your readings to zero and return your stride and weight setting to the factory
Manual here: http://www.sportline.com/manuals/303.pdf
Mine is wired directly to my main fuse box, and you should be able to clearly see the extra wires going into your fusebox depending on who wired it and how. There are supposedly monitor fuse in addition, but I am searching for them myself. What makes you think it is the fuse?
yes it is but you need to check your owners manual that came with your car and be sure.some places will change it at 3000. just because people are still in the mind fram this is what i'm suppose to do. but due to better oils and better cars. it isnt nessary to change it as often.
hows it is supposed to plug in? doe sit have a molex connector on it? looks like this Female: http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/1/1e/Molex_male_connector.jpg Male: http://www.dvinfo.net/forum/attachments/non-linear-editing-pc/7552d1210860165-powering-two-9800gtx-gpus-enough-connectors-800px-molex_female_connector.jpg
Otherwise the pins for headers for USB are pretty simple. http://www.mp3car.com/vbulletin/attachments/power-supplies/49414d1209658357-m4-atx-usb-connection-m4.jpg (Follow "should be")
Now considering this pump is probably 12 volts and USB can only provide 5 volts. I highly recommend using a molex connection if possible as it provides a 5 volt line and a 12 volt line.
If you have more questions please ask and post your pump's model number.
The owner's manual calls for changing oil and filter every 7500 miles in normal service, or if driving in dusty conditions, offroad, or lots of low speed and idling (a taxi or maybe an unlucky commuter), go to the extreme service intervals of 5000 miles. Changing oil every 3000 miles is definitely NOT required.
My company carries a replacement battery for the MX3000. The p/n for our replacement is PC036067-(V1 or V3 suffix) You can reach me via email at email@example.com and I will be happy to help you.
There are three important considerations concerning this battery.
1) Please note that the original version, supplied by Universal Remote p/n PC046067-H for the MX-3000, was discontinued by the battery manufacturer. The PC046067-H had a typical capacity of 1800 mah. My company has worked with the manufacturer to provide a replacement that has a typical capacity of 1400 mah but is identical in size to the original although slightly thinner.
2) Universal Remote used two different connectors on the PC046067-H with no deviation of p/n. We carry our replacement with both connectors (our p/ns use suffix V1 and V3 to differentiate). V1 is a simple white plug and V3 is different in that it has pressure tab built in.