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Hey there, i need help with my honda *** 2 scooter.. it doesn't start even if i use the kick start.. the carburetor is already cleaned up..the battery is ok.. when i turned the keys on, the fuel gauge is not responding even though it has a fuel.. tnx...

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Fuzes have been checked OK? Did you work on something that made you have to disconnect any wire connections? If it was fine before you did some work (sounds like you serviced the carb?) then you missed something when you put it back together or you did something that blew a fuze or damaged a circuit. The fuel gauge makes me think you forgot to do something up.

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