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Bike stopped running whilst riding won't start all that comes on is oil light motor wants to start but wont click over it is a mojito 50, 2008/09

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I have the same problem, did you find out how to fix the problem

Posted on May 10, 2010

  • adam14llk309 Apr 05, 2011

    I HAD THE SAME PROBLEM WHEN I HAD MY BIKE , WHEN YOU TRY TO START WITH ELECTRIC START THE OIL LIGHT CAME ON AND NOTHING ELSE , MINE WAS A FAULTY STARTER RELAY (ABOUT 15 POUND) , ONCE I CHANGED THIS IT STARTED STRAIGHT AWAY!! , ITS EITHER THAT OR YOU NEED A NEW STARTER MOTOR (ABOUT 30 POUND)

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