Has anyone had problems with their Genuine Stella 4 stroke scooter's starter?

by David Foley
(Madison, MS, US)

I purchased a 2012 Genuine Stella 4 stroke scooter in June and had starter issues soon after. At first it failed to start only occasionally, but gradually become more common.

I had a minor crash into a curb and had to replace the front disc brake. The two weeks it was in the shop it started every time for them. When I got it home it would not start at all.

It is currently in the shop (going on three months now) waiting for a new starter from India.

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by: Anonymous

Hi , I would also make sure your spark plug is tight. could have some how became loose. Its worth a try. Good Luck!

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by: peter

first check ALL connections and make sure they are tight. Is your battery fully charged?
My 2013 jonway had lose wire connections at the starter button check here first

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