Question about 2011 Schwinn Valo 150
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The dealer should get it going again ( at no cost ) because this first try didn't really fix the bike. When you get it back, ask specifically what the problem was and how they fixed the problem. This information may well help you in the future. If you tinker with the bike now, the dealer may claim that your tinkering is the cause. Chances are there is a bit of trash in the carb that is blocking the main jet. First thing to check however is the spark plug. Is the spark plug actually providing a spark? A bad kill switch or a maladjusted center or side stand switch would kill the spark.
Posted on Jul 31, 2011
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