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My scooter makes a buzzing noise instead of firing when I try to start it. I have been unable to kick start it as well. Oh and I left the key on after trying for a few days so now the battery is dead. Thanks Chris

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SOURCE: buzzing noise, will not start

Your machine needs a new motor the start switch on the motor has worn out I have tried replacing the sart switch but the result is the same!

Posted on Aug 22, 2008

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hi anna,, i had one of these babies,, the battery is history sweety,,
if the battery is a new one tho ,, then solonoid needs to be looked at,,

Posted on Dec 27, 2008

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SOURCE: Rear Door Electric Lock buzzing and stuck

It's the power lock solenoid. There is a tiny plastic piece that connects the solenoid (motor) to the door lock mechanism (thin metal rod or two). Likely, the plastic piece has become disengaged. This is by design so that if there is a problem with the mechanism the motor does not burn out. You will need to have the interior door panel removed to gain access to the interior of the door and the lock rod and solenoid need to be reconnected. The plastic clips used to go for $1-$2 when I worked in auto parts.

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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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SOURCE: dead battery making a clicking sound

take the battery out of the veh and see if it will charge overnight on a charger, if not then the bat just ran its course I doubt it is 11 years old. Bats last anywhere from 3 to 5 years then they die if it does charge then your alternator needs to be replaced as it charges the battery when you drive, low voltage may cause the buzzing, tellin gyou there is a problem.

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