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My headlight keeps burning out on my znen tommy 150cc scooter every few days i have to put a new bulb in WTF?

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Hi,sounds like your voltage regulater has failed,it is supplying to much voltage to the bulb and causing it to burn out,if you dont have a voltmeter take the bike to a garage and check the voltage ,with the bike running at about 2500rpm,the meter shouldnt read more than about14.2-15.0v,if it does,that means it is faulty,hope this helps...cheers

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