Please help with Electrical Problem with CPI JR50 2-stoke

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Please help with Electrical Problem with CPI JR50 2-stoke

Postby Big A » Thu Apr 16, 2009 1:38 pm

Hello, I hope someone out there can get me heading in the right direction. I bought my son a 2007 CPI Oliver JR50 with the 2 stroke engine. The guy I got it from said it was in need of a battery. At the time I bought it, I was able to kick start it and it seemed to run fine. I got a battery for it and put it in. After installing the battery, it still would not start by using the electric start. I then noticed that there was a small red wire that went to the positive post on the battery that had an inline fuse. The fuse was blown so I replaced the fuse. The electric start worked as did the gas gauge that previously did not. I shut the scooter off and tried to re-start it and the fuse was again blown. I replaced the fuse again and it started again. I then noticed that the wire with the inline fuse seemed to feel quite warm to the touch. I shut the motor off and turned the key off. I then noticed that the headlight was lit very dim with the ignition in the off position. I know nothing about these things and dont even know where to start. I am sure I will have to take it somewhere to be repaired. I was just wishing that maybe someone else may have had a simular problem and maybe... just maybe there was a quick and easy fix that even I might be able to handle. ANY HELP WOULD BE VERY MUCH APPRECIATED!!!!!
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re: Please help with Electrical Problem with CPI JR50 2-stok

Postby supercub » Fri Apr 17, 2009 10:53 am

Try inspecting all of the wiring for shorts to the frame or other wires. Inspect all of the connectors and check the grounds. If a switch is worn or damaged and one lead is shorting out, the heat will build up and blow the fuse. Your problem may be nothing more than that.
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