Question about 2003 Kymco Hipster 125
The petrol fuel blows into Air filter under seat and leaks out of air filter holder. The fuel is spurted at high volume through a Gizmo and pipe from enjin area? I don't knowhow this thing works but the petrol seems oily? Have I got a problem with Gizmo or should there be fuel coming out at all. I thought it was some turbo effect on the air intake but the amount of petrol is excessive? Should I replace Gizmo or have I got a bigger problem?
Posted by Anonymous on
You simply need to take it to a qualified professional and have them clean and set the carburetor,,, it will be fine after that,,,
Posted on Jun 30, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: battery removal
Remove the plastic panel on the left side of the bike just under the seat and you will see the battery. unscrew the metal bar that holds it in and simply slide the battery out.
Posted on Mar 06, 2009
SOURCE: It won't run and dumps
The problem is a bit of trash is preventing the float needle from closing fully to stop the flow of gas. Try this; drain the float bowl then close the drain and turn on the gas. Tap the float bowl solidly with the end of a screwdriver handle. The object is to free up the float / shake loose the trash. If doing that a couple of times does not fix the problem, Remove the float bowl and spray the interior of the carb using spray carb cleaner. Pay special attention to the float pin area. With the float bowl off you should be able to gently lift and lower the float. Lifting should shut off the gas and lowering should let the gas flow again. If the float shuts off the gas when raised, put the float bowl back in place and see if the carb still over fills. If so, then the float is defective and you will need a new one. Please rate my answer. Thanks.
Posted on May 30, 2011
SOURCE: agility 50 starts and idles
This seems to be a problem from your air intake (assuming it is 2 stroke) until the combustion chamber. If it has a valve system then it could be faulty. The valve has a small flap that flickers when petrol is thrown inside the combustion chamber. Basically when you open the throttle the engine tends to go to a higher revs, hence suction on petrol intake increases. What you have described means no petrol into the combustion chamber and hence tends to die out. So few things u need to check are:
1- Petrol flow to the carb
2- Carburator is blocked somewhere
3- Reed valve intake is damaged and hence you can see petrol popping out of the carb.
For now, I think this should be enough to help you, but please advise if it is a 4 stroke as then it could be different.
Posted on Jun 22, 2011
SOURCE: i have a kymco hipster
Check your fuses and if they're good, check the connections at the far end of the battery cables. If they are clean and tight, check the battery cables themselves for continuity. If all of the above are good, start troubleshooting from the keyswitch back. If you know which terminals to jump out at the keyswitch for the lights, jump them out; if the lights light up, suspect the switch.
Posted on Jun 25, 2011
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