Question about 2008 Yamaha C3
I took my scooter out of storage from winter 2 weeks ago and it started right up with the electric start. I drove it around and then it started to putter and die. I had to kick start it and drive it slow to get it back home. Now today I went to go start it and when I turn the key I get nothing. No dash lights or sound. Kick start wont work either. I charged the battery and still nothing. The kill switch is not on, the battery was tested and works, I even checked the volts on the wire right by the ends of the battery clamps. Everything seems fine, yet I get no dash lights or anything. I checked the fuse right by the battery and it was fine also. Not really sure what else to do. Is there another fuse spot? Maybe a wire broke somewhere from the battery? I'm not really sure what else could cause a complete loss of power... Any help would be great. Thanks
I would check the wires around the whole scooter any wire that is split will cause this problem
Posted on Mar 31, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: DT125 no electrics! non starter
how about replacing the fuse by the battery it is a master fuse and thats what it sounds like
since all lights and bike runs after a bump it sounds like a master fuse problem
if not check your batterie ground it might be cut or loose
Posted on Aug 04, 2009
Did you check the carb? The float might be stuck traping liquid in it, causing it to act like its flooded. Or the Jet could be plugged up?
Posted on Nov 06, 2009
SOURCE: i have a 2004 pw80 with no fire
volt ac or dc?? why did you put the top end on?? i have seen pick ups go bad and the mag. let my know about the top end. on the coil i can check the specs so you can check it. you can give me a call at the shop or i can send it to you hear.
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Posted on Mar 26, 2010
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Have the battery load tested, a fully charged battery is about 14.2 volts, and then have the Alternator output tested, it sound like the battery is not being charged, it should have about 14.0 volts at 1500RPM, if not then the Alternator is defective. If nothing shows you will need the bikes electronic engine control system tested by the dealer for system fault codes.
Posted on May 22, 2011
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