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Scooter won't start

I left my scooter in my garage for the winter and now it won't start.  I tried so many times that the battery died.  Any ideas? This is my first scooter and I don't know much about maintence.

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  • ccorall Feb 04, 2009

    Thnaks John, I'm just glad it's nothing too serious.

  • Anonymous Feb 18, 2009



    I have a
    scooter that sat for a long time.  It
    took some work but when I finally got it started it was blowing out oil and
    white smoke from the muffler... I haven't been able to start it since. I've
    sprayed starter fluid and it starts for a brief moment then stalls out, will
    not start alone or stay on. What could the problem be.









  • Girl 1 Feb 18, 2009



    I have a
    scooter that sat for a long time. 
    It took some work but when I finally got it started it was blowing out
    oil and white smoke from the muffler... I haven't been able to start it since.
    I've sprayed starter fluid and it starts for a brief moment then stalls out,
    will not start alone or stay on. What could the problem be.









  • Girl 1 Feb 18, 2009

    I have ascooter that sat for a long time. It took some work but when I finally got it started it was blowing outoil and white smoke from the muffler... I haven't been able to start it since.I've sprayed starter fluid and it starts for a brief moment then stalls out,will not start alone or stay on. What could the problem be


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Charge the battery change plug fresh fuel clean carb all depends on how long standing away you gooooooooooooo

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I think you need to take it to your local scooter shop and have the carburetor cleaned and the spark plug changed ask to have the routine service done

Posted on Feb 03, 2009

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    John Kendall Feb 04, 2009

    Thank you and good luck if you need any further assistance pleas let me know

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