Question about Kymco Motorcycles
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
if the pressure switch detects either water or suds, it commands the
drain pump to continue. After 8 or so minutes, if it's still detecting
water or suds, the F02 error is displayed.
try the following :
1. Check Wire Harness connections -
2. Check Drain pump. , as water drains at a rapid rate
3. Check Drain pump motor - , as water drains at a rapid rate
4. Check that the Drain hose and Drain Pump Filter is clear of
foreign objects. – , run a cable through both hose assemblies (exterior and interior) and to check if blocked.
5. Check the CCU –.
6. check for kinks in the hoses, and the height of the pump if beyond what the manual recommends.
if okay then check the Pressure Switch if stuck then run many Rinse and Normal cycles with no detergent and if you still get this F02 error. checked the state of the Pressure Switch’s Empty and Level 1 contacts which intermittently reported correct water level condition (EMPTY and Level 1). In all cases is contacts 11 and 14 (SUDS) continuously made (connected) irrespective of water level, rinse conditions and the use of no detergent.
Iremove the pressure switch and test it by blowing into the inlet and check to hear the switch click, test the switch
blew into the pressure switch hose to clear the blockage,
Posted on Oct 21, 2009
if carb is a zama, it is stamped on the bottome plate of the carb, if it isn't there its probley a walbro, which should be on the side of the carb in raised letters. I have rebuilt many of these carbs and have had very little luck in them working. Best to just stop fighting the bull and buy a new carb. They cost around 35 to 40 bucks.
I'm on yahoo as izuz1999, if i can be of any further help.
Posted on Sep 25, 2010
SOURCE: 2007 kymco agility 125cc scooter
could be one of a few things. Most likely fuel related. 1) carb blocked main jet (whip it out n clean it) 2) air filter clogged up or split (remove spark plug and if it is black there is too much fuel and either the airfilter is blocked up or the choke is stuck on, if it is very white there is too much air getting infrom either a split air filter or leaking inlet pipe) 3) change spark plug.
Posted on Jul 02, 2011
Check with a multi tester for voltage coming through the ignition switch lead wires + to switch wire - to ground you shoul get 12volt or higher, with the switch off you should have one live (feed from battery ), on you should have 2 or 3 in and out feed (possibly 2 out one for ignition one for light curuit), or disconnect the switch and check for continuity (12v battery wire and a bulb if you dont have a multi tester between each pin on the switch plug when turned on you should get a curcuit when on.
Posted on Jan 27, 2012
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