Any idea why my Roketa 150cc scooter will not start?

by Anonymous
(Somewhere)

Scooter was running fine until my brother hit a pothole and then something started rattling around and now it will not turn over. I have checked everywhere "under the hood" to make sure nothing broke off or came undone.


I am at a loss as to what to do next and cannot find any sort of manual or engine guide online. Any help would be appreciated...

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Mar 28, 2013
scooter not starting NEW
by: thomas

my 150cc scooter will not start it got gas ant spark but it just would not start can any one help me plz thank you

Jun 07, 2011
Will not turn over ?
by: RP

Do you mean you can turn the engine but it does not start or you can't get the engine to crank?

If it's the latter, check the variator to make sure something in that area did not come apart and bind up the belt etc.

May 30, 2011
haynes manual
by: bill b

Haynes has a manual for all Chinese scooters. It is not perfect but has a lot of info. I would check to see if spark plug came loose. Also, if plug came loose it can damage the CID unit. I bought a scooter that had the same condition as what you describe. I ended up putting a new CID and coil on it to fix it.

I found out that it is better to push the entire rubber spark plug grommet into the metal shroud to assure that the spark plug stays attached. Because of the way the system is designed it is hard to tell if you have a good spark at plug because you might damage the system trying. Parts Mania is a good place to get parts.

May 29, 2011
150cc wont start
by: Anonymous

It sounds like you might have jarred a wire loose it the stator or something. Are you getting any spark from the sparkplug?

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