Where could I find a wiring diagram for my VIP scooter?

by Ed
(Anderson, Indiana U.S.)

I need a wiring diagram for my 2007 VIP scooter. I can not get it to run. I have no spark at spark plug. I bought this as a basket case and am putting it back together. They gave me an extra motor to go with it as well. Thank you for your help in this matter.

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Aug 08, 2019
wiring mystery NEW
by: Anonymous

have the same two wires hanging down on my scooter. don't know where they hook up. can't find any info on them either.

Aug 21, 2016
VIP scooter wiring help NEW
by: Dmcpartl

Need Help. Bought used 50cc VIP scooter. Replaced a lot of parts and runs good. Having problems with tail running light and gauge lights. Need wiring diagram. Can't find on this forum. Up creek. Need to know where to connect yellow wire off the rectifier. To get lights to work. Yellow wire just disconnected and hanging. Brown wire too. (under front cover) Please email me at dmcpartl@GDEB.com. Hints would be appreciated. Headlights work. Gauge lights work. No tail light and hi beam indicator dim. Bezel light (above headlight) does not work seems to be connected to tail light (taillight out but brake light works) somehow.

Feb 03, 2012
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by: Jim Zeiser


Rich has many manuals and wiring diagrams for Chinese scooters.

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