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How to fix when you over fill oil in my scooter, I removed some oil to acceptable level and let it running, should that clean it up and get back to working? or does it need a mechanic to fix it?

Scooter rider. I accidentally overfilled the oil when I changed the oil, then the motor run but did not have power to move the scooter. it went dead with power, did not move, and the engine did not increase when I increase the throttle. I will take it for major service the 19,000 kilo service. Please assist. Any comments to assist will be appreciated.

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Hi, Adma despair not all is well too much oil only clogs the breathing system of the engine and causes the tempory sluggish loss of power, always check your engine oil level with the engine at operating tempurature for more information about your question and valuable "FREE" downloads that you will need please visit the websites below. Good luck and have a nice day.
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Posted on Mar 13, 2016

Testimonial: "Thanks for your answer but this is what has happened, but I like to know what to do to fix it? or I need to send it to mechanic, also have I damaged the scooter in any way? or should I keep the engine running with the right level for some time till it passes things through the engine, so i need what I need to do after I rode the scooter for nearly 200kilos with overfilled oil? thanks,"

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    Gregg Mahin Mar 13, 2016

    Adma just make sure you have drained enough oil to get it back to the proper oil level or a little lower between the add and full marks on the dipstick and keep an eye on the engine for leaks at seals or gaskets if all is well there is no need to take it to a mechanic also if normal power has been restored there will be no engine damage, think of it like stuffing/overeating yourself at a banquet then trying to run a marathon get the picture, post another comment if you have any more questions. Good luck and have a nice day.

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