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The first thing to do is get a multimeter and check your battery. I assume it's 12V so you'll need a minimum of 12.6V. Then put your negative lead on battery negative and positive lead on the hot wire to the starter. If you have battery voltage when you hit the button move your negative lead to the starter ground and check again. If you have battery voltage then your starter is bad. The maximum voltage loss acceptable is .5V from battery voltage. If you don't have battery voltage after the first test possible fuse wire or switch, if not after the second test bad ground.
check your battery ignition lights should glow fuel gauge should quickly rise to level of fuel in tank. If battery in good order electric start should turn over quickly if not recharge or replace battery.
Check spark plug clean remove plug and clean plug with wire brush
reset plug gap if you dont have feeler gauge use credit card to set.
Check plug spark by laying onto exhaust or other earth and turning motor over. If you have a good spark then refit plug and attempt to restart.
Look on u tube lots of films on restarting dead mopeds.
The best thing to do is to visit your local Kymco dealer with proof of ownership and the vehicle identification number and have them get you another key. Hot wiring the ignition could be a unsafe thing to do and it could damage other electrical components.
my moped starts but does not running. period 6 mounths was in garage and did not use then, battery and spark plug and etc are ok, I think for cold weather and long time that was not in use . how to solv this problem+
Make shure the wires on the coil are not reversed
Also the end of the spark plue wire are prone to being loose go to your local auto parts store and get a new spark plug end for it when you install it rememer to cut a quarter inch off to get full access of the center of the spark plug wire then put the new end on it .it has happen to me with the same problem.
Try a differnt spark plug
One Other Though put a meter on the witers comming from the stator make shure you are getting 13.5 voats frome it (If you Have A Battery)