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I am sorry, but I would need more information to help you. Which make and model scooter do you have? Which coil? Maybe a picture would help.

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Nothing is running. The Pcell detects light and acts as a switch to connect hot/black to the coil of the contactor. The contactor closes because one side of the coil now has a hot wire and the other side has a neutral and the circuit is completed thru the coil. The contact's closing feeds a hot connection to the coil/motor/light (aka the load). Because the other side of the load has a neutral/white wire connection -
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Need coil wiring diagram

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On a Honda CB550K, wiring would be:
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