How do I find and fix a loose hose under my Lance Vintage scooter?

by Chandra
(Stickney, IL)

My art project: Lance (Porsche)

My art project: Lance (Porsche)

I found two loose hoses under my Lance Vintage 150cc... the first one was easy to find and put back into place. The second one has me nuts. Does anyone know anything about this or can suggest an explode picture of this? Thank you

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Feb 14, 2012
Motor rebuilt, not engine.. oops :)
by: Chandra

I had the motor rebuilt, not the engine. I'm glad I had my mechanic do this... NOW my bike runs great. Maybe no one thinks to do this on such a smaller bike in comparison to the bigger bikes being 'out' in the general public. It was worth the 'extra' to have that done.

something to keep in mind...

Oct 05, 2011
Thanks, I found out what the problem was
by: Chandra

I had the engine rebuilt, my machanic tells me he did it that way. My bike runs great now... thanks everyone.

regards, Chandra

Oct 03, 2011
Loose hoses
by: Kevin

You scooter appears to be identical to my ZNEN 150 "Classic". Not sure about your hoses...where do they come from/what are they connected to? I am having a fuel leak (due to fuel expansion at higher temperatures) problem from the black "canister" (it has 3 connections on one end - all with hoses connected, and 2 connections - 1 small 1 large - on the other end...the fuel leaks out of the 2 connection end) in the fuel system. Any ideas what should be connected to these 2 outlets? I'm guessing one goes to the fuel tank, but not sure.


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