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Scooter`s electric starter does not work

The electric starter does not work,i have power to the batterie and the fuse is good

the button just does notting,have to start it with the kick

the brake light is always on

it's a scooter tomos nitro 2008

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  • phatfarm812 Jul 22, 2009

    jiggling don't work ,any clue why the brake light is always on?

    maybe same defective wire

  • btrevino5110
    btrevino5110 Aug 30, 2012

    Brake switch. It also effects starting.

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The neutral switch might be defective or the wire.
could be a bad key switch. try jiggling around with the key as you are pressing the starter button

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