Why does my Eaglecraft Verano scooter not run?

by Mario
(Los Angeles, CA, USA)

My scooter, an Eaglecraft 125 cc Verano, will start with the aid of starting spray but will not continue running. The tank is full of the correct test fuel and the battery is fully charged. The fuse is good, light and turn indicator are working.

I have fuel, spark and air... should start.

Thank you for your help!

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Feb 11, 2011
No You Don't
by: Jim Zeiser

have fuel, that is. If it runs only a bit after getting sprayed you're not getting gas through your carburetor. Time to check and see if first your petcock works by taking the fuel line off the carburetor and sucking on the vacuum line into the petcock. If gas squirts out of the fuel line your carburetor is dirty and needs cleaning. If not, either your petcock is bad, your fuel filter is clogged or your gas tank has crud on the bottom keeping fuel from getting out. Maybe even your vacuum line is off the intake manifold or your petcock and your petcock isn't opening but you're definitely not getting gas into the engine.

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