Owners Manual

Owners Manual
MOVIE 150
Scooter
Do not remove this Owner’s Manual from the vehicle. Read this
manual carefully before operating the vehicle as it contains
important safety information.
Owner’s Manual
C 2012 KYMCO. All rights reserved. Printed in Taiwan. www.kymco.com
Version:T300-SE30BC-US-A5
Date: 2012.04.11
TABLE OF CONTENTS
SECTION 1 - SAFETY................................... 1 - 6
SECTION 4 - MAINTENANCE....................19- 33
Forward .........................................................1
Maintenance Schedule..............................20 - 21
Scooter Safety.............................................2 - 3
Engine Oil.....................................................23
Accessories & Modifications.............................4
Engine Oil Replacement.................................24
Locations of Parts & Controls.........................5 - 6
Transmission Fluid Change............................26
Air Filter Element Change...............................27
SECTION 2 - CONTROLS & FEATURES....7 - 15
Ignition Switch ................................................7
Security shutter...............................................8
Instruments...................................................9
Right-hand Handlebar Switch..........................12
Left-hand Handlebar Switch............................12
Fuel Recommendation...................................14
Throttle Operation..........................................27
Spark Plug....................................................28
Brake Fluid Level Inspection...........................29
Brake inspection............................................30
Battery & Fuse...............................................31
Tires.............................................................32
Seat.............................................................15
EMISSION CONTROL..............................33
SECTION 3 - OPERATION.........................16 - 18
KYMCO LIMITED WARRANTY.................34
Pre-ride Inspection........................................16
Starting the Engine........................................17
S P E C I F I C AT I O N S . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 5
SECTION 1 FORWARD & SAFETY INTRODUCTION
Thank you for purchasing this KYMCO Movie 150 scooter, and welcome to the KYMCO riding family.
Please read this owner's manual carefully before riding so that you will be thoroughly familiar with the proper
operation of your scooter controls, its features, capabilities, and limitations.
To ensure a long, trouble-free life for your scooter, provide it with the proper care and maintenance as
described in this manual.
For replacement parts and accessories, you should always use genuine KYMCO products, as they have
been specially designed for your vehicle and manufactured to meet KYMCO's demanding standards.
Keep this owner's manual aboard your scooter at all times so that you can refer to it whenever you need
information. This manual should be considered a permanent part of the scooter and should remain with the
scooter when it is sold.
All information, illustrations, photographs and specifications contained in this manual are based on the latest
product information available at the time of publication. Due to improvements or other changes, there may be
information in this manual that differs slightly from your vehicle. KYMCO reserves the right to make product
and publication changes at any time without notice and without incurring any obligation.
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SCOOTER SAFETY
IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION
Your scooter can provide you many years of
service and pleasure if you take responsibility for
your own safety and understand the challenges
that you can meet on the road. There is much that
you can do to protect yourself when you ride. You
will find many helpful recommendations
throughout this manual. Here are some very
important safety tips:
Wear a helmet
Scooter safety equipment starts with a quality
helmet. One of the most serious injuries you can
suffer in a crash is a head injury. Always wear a
properly approved helmet. You should also wear
suitable eye protection.
Make yourself easy to see
To make yourself more visible, wear bright
reflective clothing, position yourself so other
drivers can see you, signal before turning or
changing lanes, and use your horn when it will help
others notice you.
Know your limits
Ride within the boundaries of your own skill at all
times. Knowing these limits and staying within
them will help you to avoid accidents.
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Keep your scooter in safe condition
For safe riding, it's important to inspect your
scooter before every ride and perform all
recommended maintenance. Never exceed load
limits, and only use accessories that have been
approved by KYMCO for this scooter.
Inspect your scooter before riding
Do not forget to perform an entire safety inspection
to ensure you, and your passenger's safety, before
each ride.
Be extra safety conscious on bad
weather days
Riding on bad weather days, especially wet ones,
requires extra caution. Braking distance can
double on a rainy day. Stay off of the painted
surfaces, manhole covers and greasy appearing
areas on the pavement, as they can be especially
slippery. Use extreme caution at railway crossings
and on metal gratings and bridges. Whenever your
are in doubt about the road conditions, slow down.
Modification
Modification of your scooter, or removal of original
equipment may render the vehicle unsafe or illegal.
Obey all applicable equipment regulations in your
area.
SCOOTER SAFETY
PROTECTIVE APPAREL
For your safety, always wear an approved
motorcycle or scooter helmet, eye protection,
boots, gloves, long pants, and a long- sleeved shirt
or jacket whenever you ride your scooter.
Helmets and protection
Your helmet is your most important piece of riding
gear because it offers the best protection against
head injuries. Your helmet should fit your head
comfortably and securely. Always wear a face
shield or goggles to protect your eyes and to aid
your vision.
Additional riding gear
In addition to a helmet and eye protection, you
should also use:
Sturdy boots with nonslip soles to help protect your
feet and ankles.
Leather gloves to keep your hands warm and help
prevent blisters, cuts, burns and bruises.
A motorcycle or scooter riding suit or jacket that has
been designed for comfort as well as protection.
Bright colored and reflective clothing can help make
you more noticeable in traffic. Be sure to avoid loose
clothes that could get caught on any part of your
scooter.
WARNING
Not wearing a helmet increases your chance of
serious injury or death in a crash.
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3
2 4
1
2
3
4
5
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Wear gloves
Clothes should be fit properly (not too tight or
loose)
Always wear a helmet. You should also wear
eye protection
Wear bright or reflective clothing
Footwear should be the proper size, have low
heels, and offer ankle protection
WARNING
Be sure you and your passenger always wear an
approved motorcycle helmet that fits properly.
You should also wear eye protection and other
protective apparel when you ride.
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ACCESSORIES & MODIFICATION
There is a large variety of accessories available to KYMCO scooter owners. KYMCO cannot have direct
control over the quality or suitability of accessories you may wish to purchase. The addition of unsuitable
accessories to your scooter can lead to unsafe operating conditions. It is not possible for KYMCO to test
each accessory on the market or combinations of all the available accessories; however, your KYMCO
dealer can assist you in selecting quality accessories and then install them correctly.
Use extreme caution when selecting and installing the accessories for your
scooter.
No modifications
KYMCO strongly advises you against removing any original equipment or modifying your scooter in any way
that would change its design or operation.
WARNING
Improper accessories or modifications can make your scooter unsafe and can lead to an accident.
Never modify your scooter through the improper installation or use of accessories. All parts and
accessories added to this vehicle should be genuine KYMCO or equivalent components designed for use
on this scooter and should be installed and used according to instruction. If you have any questions,
consult an authorized KYMCO dealer.
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LOCATION OF PARTS & CONTROLS
1 Rear Brake Lever
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3
2 Headlamp
3 Fuel Filler Cap
1
4 Side Stand
5 Engine Number
8
2
7
6 Air Filter
7 Left Turn Signal Lamp
8 Taillamp, Stoplamp
9 Luggage Box
4
5
6
NOTE: Your scooter may differ slightly in appearance from the images in this manual.
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LOCATION OF PARTS & CONTROLS
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10
Muffler
11
Oil Filler Cap/dipstick
12
Rear Passenger Foot Peg
13
Center Stand
14
Right Turn Signal Lamp
15
Front Brake Lever
16
Right Handlebar Switch
17
Ignition Switch
16
15
14
10
11
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NOTE: Your scooter may differ slightly in appearance from the images in this manual.
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SECTION 2 CONTROLS&FEATURES
IGNITION SWITCH
To operate the ignition switch and it's functions:
“
” Position:
All electrical circuits are off. The engine will not
start or run.
“
” Position:
The ignition circuit is "ON" and engine can now be
started. The key can not be removed from the
ignition switch in this position.
“
” Position:
To lock the steering, turn the handlebar all the way
to the left, push down and turn the key to the "
"
position and remove the key. All electrical circuits
are off.
“
” Position:
To open the fuel filler cap, turn the key to the "
"
position. Make sure that the key is at the "
"
position when starting the engine.
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CONTROLS & FEATURES
SECURITY SHUTTER
To open the ignition switch security
shutter:
Push the shut-button on the ignition switch cover
and then the shutter
should be closed.
To shut the ignition switch security
shutter:
Insert the specific key
facing the pin.
until the fillister
is
Turn clockwise and then the security shutter
should be opened.
The keys have a unique code that is stamped on
the tab supplied with the keys. This code is not
stamped on the scooter and is not recorded in the
vehicle's basic documentation for security
reasons. Since this code is required if you need
replacement keys, record this important code in
the box provided on the inside, rear cover of this
Owner's Manual.
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CONTROLS & FEATURES
Instruments
Odometer/Tripmeter: Press the "mode" button
to toggle between the overall and trip mileage,
or to reset the tripmeter.
Press the “ADJ.” button for two second, then
displays the ODO, TRIP or empty mode.
Press the “ADJ.” and “MODE” button
simultaneously at the TRIP mode, then the
figure reset automatically.
Speedometer: Indicates the road speed in MHP
(miles-per-hour). The meter face also indicates
road speed in K/PH (kilometers per hour).
Turn Signal Indicator Light: Flashes when either
turn signal is being used.
High Beam Indicator Light:This light is
illuminated when the headlight high beam is on.
MODE
ADJ.
Fuel refill indicator “
“: This indicator lights
when the fuel tank is near empty to alert the rider
to refill the fuel tank as soon as possible.
Tachometer: Indicates the engine speed in the
revolutions per minute (RPM)
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CONTROLS & FEATURES
Clock
Oil service indicator: Lights when the scooter
has reached the oil service interval mileage.
The indicator also lights when the ignition is
turned "ON" but should go out once the engine
is running.
Press the 〝 ADJ.〞 button for two second,
then displays the ODO, TRIP or empty mode.
Press the 〝 ADJ.〞 and 〝 MODE 〞 button
simultaneously at the empty mode, then the
indicator go out automatically.
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CONTROLS & FEATURES
Multifunction display - Digital clock
The clock indicates the time in hours and minutes
when the ignition is “ON”.
5. To change the minute display, press the MODE
To adjust the clock’s time manually, follow
this procedure:
1. Turn the ignition switch “ON”
2. Press and hold the ADJUST button for more
than two seconds to select the ODO mode.
NOTE: The digital clock can be only adjusted in
ODO mode, don’t select the tripmeter or oil service
meter mode if you want to adjust the time on the
clock.
6. To set the minute display, press the ADJUST
button until the “minute” digits begin flashing
button until it displays the correct “minute” time
3. Press and hold both the Mode button and Adjust
button at the same time for more than two seconds.
The “hour” digits will be begin flashing, indicating the
clock time can be adjusted.
7. To end the clock adjustment, press both the
MODE and ADJUST buttons at the same time.
The display will stop flashing automatically. The
adjustment will be cancelled if any button is not
pressed within approximately ten seconds
4. To set the hour display, press the ADJUST button
until it displays the correct “hour” time
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CONTROLS & FEATURES
Right handlebar switch
Electric starter button
"
" position:
Press the electric starter button to activate the
starter motor.
NOTE: The starter motor will not engage unless
a brake lever is squeezed at the same time the
starter button is pressed.
Left handlebar switch
Turn signal switch
:
Use the turn signal indicator to signal to other traffic
your intention to turn or change lanes. The turn
signal light on the dash will flash to alert the rider
that the switch is engaged.
"
" for turning to the "left".
"
" for turning to the "right".
To cancel the turn signal, press the switch in when
it is in the center position.
Horn button
:
Press the horn button to sound the horn.
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CONTROLS & FEATURES
Dimmer switch 4
"
:
" switch position turns the headlight low beam
on.
"
4
5
" switch position turns the headlight high beam
on and the high beam indicator light on the dash is
activated as well.
Passing light button 5
:
Use this button to rapidly flick the headlamp high
beam on and off to signal other vehicles that you
wish to pass.
Front brake lever (right handlebar)
Apply the front brake only by squeezing the right
hand brake lever gently towards the grip. The
brake light will illuminate when the lever is
squeezed.
Rear brake lever (left handlebar)
Apply the rear brake only by squeezing the left
hand brake lever gently towards the grip. The
brake light will illuminate when the lever is
squeezed.
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CONTROLS & FEATURES
Fuel level inspection / Refilling
When the fuel level gauge needle approaches "E"
(indicating the tank is nearly empty) refill the tank
with unleaded gasoline.
To open the fuel filler cap:
Turn the ignition switch key from the "
"position
to the "
" position, and the fuel filler cap 6 will
open.
Fuel recommendation
Use unleaded gasoline with a research octane
number of 91 or higher to prevent from spark plug
and exhaust component damaged.
After refueling, be sure to close the filler cap
securely.
WARNING
Gasoline is highly flammable and explosive. You
can be burned or seriously injured while handling
fuel.
* Stop the engine and keep heat, sparks, and
flame away.
* Refuel only out doors.
* Clean up fuel spills immediately.
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CONTROLS & FEATURES
Seat
To unlock the seat
With the ignition key at the "
" position (the
engine is running), push the key in and turn it
" position.
counterclockwise from "
" to the "
With the ignition key in the "
" position (the
engine is not running), turn the counterclockwise
" position.
from the "
" to the "
Pull up on the back portion of the seat to lift it up.
Helmet holder
To use the helmet holders, open the seat and hook
your helmet's fastener ring to the holder 7 and
close the seat securely.
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WARNING
Use the helmet holder only when your scooter is
parked. Do not ride with a helmet hanging from
the holder.
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SECTION 3 OPERATION
Pre-ride inspection
For your safety, it is very important to take a few
moments before each ride to walk around your
scooter and check its condition. If you detect any
problem, be sure to address it immediately, or have
it corrected by your KYMCO dealer.
WARNING
Improperly maintaining your scooter or failing to
correct a problem before riding can cause a
crash in which you can be seriously hurt or killed.
Always perform a pre-ride inspection before
every ride and correct any problems.
1. Engine oil level: Add engine oil if required (page
23). Check for leaks.
2. Fuel level: Fill fuel tank when necessary (page
14). Check for leaks.
3. Front and rear brakes: Check operation, make
sure there is no brake fluid leakage (page 29).
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4. Tires: Check condition and inflation pressure
(page 33).
5. Throttle: Check for smooth operation and that it
closes completely in all steering positions (page
27).
6. Lights and horn: Check that headlight, tail/brake
light, turn signals, indicators and horn function
properly.
7. Steering: Check for condition and smoothness.
OPERATION
Starting the engine
Always follow the proper starting procedure
described here and on the following pages.
CAUTION
To protect the catalytic converter in your
scooter's exhaust system, avoid idling for
extending periods of time and do not use leaded
gasoline.
CAUTION
To prevent damage to the starter motor, do not
operate the starter motor for more than five
seconds at a time. If the scooter fails to start
immediately, check the fuel level and the battery
condition, and allow the starter motor to cool
before attempting to start the engine again.
1. Place your scooter on its center stand and put
the side stand up.
2. Insert the ignition key and rotate the ignition
switch to "
" ON.
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OPERATION
3. Squeeze the left (rear) brake lever.
NOTE: The electric starter will only work when
the left (rear) or right(front) brake lever is
squeezed.
4. With the throttle closed, press the starter
button
.
Release the starter button as soon as the
engine starts.
CAUTION
Operating
your
scooter's engine
with
insufficient oil pressure can cause serious
engine damage.
5. Keep the throttle closed while warming up the
engine
6. Keep the engine to warm up fully before riding.
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SECTION 4 MAINTENANCE
The importance of maintenance
Maintaining your scooter properly is essential for
safe, economical and trouble-free riding. It will also
help reduce air pollution and maximize fuel
economy.
To help you properly care for your scooter, the
following pages in this Owner's Manual include a
maintenance schedule to help you make sure your
scooter is serviced at the appropriate intervals.
These instructions are based on the assumption
that your scooter will be used exclusively for its
designed purpose. Sustained high speed
operation or operation in unusually wet or dusty
conditions will require more frequent service than
specified in the maintenance schedule. Consult
your KYMCO dealer for recommendations
applicable to your individual needs and use.
NOTE: Always follow the inspection and
maintenance recommendations and schedules in
this Owner's Manual.
WARNING
If your scooter tips over or becomes involved in a
crash, be sure your KYMCO dealer inspects all
major parts, even if you are able to make some
repairs.
Improperly maintaining this scooter or failing to
correct a problem before you ride could result in
a crash in which you could be seriously hurt or
killed.
WARNING
When performing maintenance on your scooter
you may need to start the engine. Running your
scooter's engine indoors or in a garage can be
hazardous. Exhaust gas contains carbon
monoxide, a gas that is colorless and odorless,
and can cause death or severe injury.
Operate the engine only where these is
adequate ventilation, preferably outdoors.
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MAINTENANCE
Maintenance schedule
Perform the pre-ride inspection (see page 16) at each scheduled maintenance period. This interval should
be judged by odometer reading or months, whichever comes first.
Maintenance schedule legend (see page 21 and 22):
I: INSPECT AND CLEAN, ADJUST, LUBRICATE OR REPLACE IF NECESSARY
C: CLEAN
R: REPLACE
A: ADJUST
L: LUBRICATE
The maintenance schedule on the flowing two pages specifies the maintenance required to keep your Movie
150 scooter in peak operating condition. Maintenance work should be performed in accordance with
KYMCO standards and specifications by properly trained and equipped technicians. Your KYMCO dealer
meets all of these requirements.
*
Should be serviced by your KYMCO dealer, unless you have the proper tools, service data and are
technically qualified.
**
In the interest of safety, we recommend these items be serviced only by your KYMCO dealer.
KYMCO recommends that your KYMCO dealer road test your scooter after each periodic
maintenance service is completed.
Maintenance schedule notes (see page 21 and 22):
1. At higher odometer readings, repeat at the frequency interval established here.
2. Service more frequently if the scooter is ridden in unusually wet or dusty areas.
3. Service more frequently when riding in rain or at full throttle.
4. Clean every 1,200 mi (2,000 km) after replacement and replace every 3,000 mi (5,000 km).
5. Replace every 2,500 mi (4,000 km).
6. Replace every 2 years. Replacement requires mechanical skill.
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MAINTENANCE
FREQUENCY
ITEM
* AIR CLEANER
SPARK PLUGS
* THROTTLE OPERATION
* VALVE CLEARANCE
* FUEL LINE
CRANKCASE BREATHER
ENGINE OIL
* ENGINE OIL STRAINER
SCREEN
* ENGINE IDLE SPEED
TRANSMISSION OIL
* DRIVE BELT
WHICHEVER
ODOMETER READING [NOTE (1)]
COMES
FIRST
X 1000 km 0.3 1 3 5 7 9 11 REFER
X 1000 mi 0.2 0.6 1.8 3 4.2 5.4 6.6
TO
PAGE
3 6 12 18 24 30
MONTH
NOTE
NOTE 2
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NOTE 4
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NOTE 3
C C C C C C
R
NOTE 5
R
R
R
R
R
R
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WHICHEVER
ODOMETER READING [NOTE (1)]
COMES
FIRST
X 1000 km 0.3 1 3 5
7 9 11 REFER
X 1000 mi 0.2 0.6 1.8 3 4.2 5.4 6.6
TO
3 6 12 18 24 30 PAGE
ITEM
NOTE
MONTH
** CLUTCH SHOE WEAR
I
BRAKE FLUID
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NOTE 6
BRAKE PAD WEAR
I
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BRAKE SYSTEM
I
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* BRAKE LIGHT SWITCH
I
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** STEERING BEARINGS
I
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* HEADLIGHT AIM
I
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* NUTS, BOLTS, FASTENERS
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** WHEELS/TIRES
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FREQUENCY
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MAINTENANCE
Engine oil
Engine oil recommendation
Use a premium quality 4-stroke engine oil to
ensure longer service life of your scooter. Only use
oils that have a SD rating above per the API
service classification.
Engine oil level inspection
Check the engine oil level each day before riding
your scooter. The level must be maintained
between the upper
and lower level
marks on
the oil filler cap/dipstick
.
Engine oil viscosity : SAE 15W-40
If these viscosities are not available, select an
alternative engine oil according to the chart shown
below.
ENGINE OIL VISCOSITIES
20W-40 , 20W-50
20W-50
20W-40,
15W-40 , 15W-50
15W-50
15W-40,
10W-40
10W-40
1. Start the engine and let it idle for a few minutes.
10W-30
10W-30
20W-40 5W-50
, 20W-50
-10
0
20
0
10
40
20
60
30
80
Engine oil capacity: 0.95 qt (0.9 L)
0
40 C
1000F
CAUTION
Running the engine with insufficient oil pressure
can cause serious engine damage.
2. Stop the engine and put the scooter on its center
stand on level ground.
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MAINTENANCE
3. After a few minutes, remove the oil filler
cap/dipstick, wipe it clean, and reinsert the oil
filler cap/dipstick without screwing it in. Remove
the oil filler cap/dipstick. The oil level should be
between the upper and lower marks on the oil
filler cap/dipstick.
NOTE: Change the engine oil with the engine at
normal operating temperature and the scooter on
its center stand to assure complete and rapid
draining.
4. If required, add the specified oil (see page 23)
so the oil level touches the upper level mark on
the dipstick. Do not overfill.
5. Reinstall the oil filler cap/dipstick
oil leaks.
. Check for
WARNING
The engine and related components can
become very hot. Use care when inspecting the
oil level so you do not burn yourself. If needed, let
the engine and exhaust system cool before
working in those areas.
Engine oil replacement
Engine oil quality is the primary factor that affects
engine longevity. Change your scooter's engine oil
as specified in the maintenance schedule (see
page 21).
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1. Remove the oil filler/dipstick
crankcase cover.
from the right
2. Place a suitable container (drain pan) under the
left crankcase.
MAINTENANCE
3. Remove the oil drain plug
to drain the oil.
from the crankcase
4. Reinstall the drain plug and tighten it to the
specified torque.
CAUTION
Running the engine with insufficient oil pressure
can cause serious engine damage.
Oil drain plug torque: 18 lb-ft (25 N-m)
5. Add oil to the engine per the amounts listed
below, and reinstall the oil filler/dipstick.
Engine oil capacity: 0.85 qt (0.8 L)
NOTE: Amounts are after draining the oil
only.
6. Start the engine and let it idle for 2 - 3 minutes.
7. Stop the engine and check the oil level on the
dipstick when the scooter is parked on the
center stand, on level ground.
8. Adjust the oil level as required (so the level
reaches the upper mark on the dipstick).
Replace the dipstick and inspect for any leaks.
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MAINTENANCE
Transmission fluid change
1. Place the scooter on its center stand.
2. Remove the transmission fluid drain bolt
.
3. Remove the transmission fluid filler bolt , then
slowly rotate the rear wheel to drain the fluid.
4. Fill the transmission with the recommend fluid to
the capacity listed below.
Transmission fluid type: SAE 90
Transmission fluid capacity:
0.11 qt (0.10 L)
5. Install the transmission filler bolt and tighten it to
the specified torque.
Transmission fluid filler/drain bolt
torque: 15 lb-ft (20 N-m)
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MAINTENANCE
Air cleaner filter element
The air cleaner filter element should be serviced
at regular intervals by a KYMCO dealer, unless you
have the proper tools, service data and are
technically qualified to do so.
Have the element serviced more often when riding
in unusually wet or dusty areas.
CAUTION
Using the wrong KYMCO air cleaner element or
a non-KYMCO air cleaner element which is not
of equivalent quality may cause premature
engine wear or performance problems.
Throttle operation
1. Before each ride, check for smooth throttle grip
rotation from the fully open to the fully closed
position at both full steering positions.
2. Measure the throttle grip free play at the throttle
grip flange (per the illustration right).
2-6 mm
(0.08-0.24 in)
Throttle free play:
0.08-0.24 in (2.0 - 6.0 mm)
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MAINTENANCE
Spark plug
Remove the carbon deposits from the spark plug
with a small wire brush or a spark plug cleaning
machine. After cleaning (or when installing a new
spark plug) readjust the spark plug gap to specified
limit by using a spark plug gap thickness gauge.
The spark plug should be replaced periodically.
Whenever removing the carbon deposits, be sure
to observe the color of the removed spark plug's
porcelain tip. This color tells you whether or not the
standard spark plug is suitable for your type of
riding. Under normal usage, a spark plug's
porcelain tip should be light brown or tan color.
If the spark plug porcelain tip is very white or
glazed appearing, then the spark plug has been
operating too hot. In such a situation, you should
replace the standard spark plug with a spark plug
that has a colder heat range (usually a higher
number; consult with your KYMCO dealer when
selecting an alternate spark plug).
Recommended spark plug: CR8E (NGK)
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CAUTION
An improper spark plug may have an incorrect fit
or heat range for your engine. This may cause
severe engine damage which will not be covered
under warranty. Never use a spark plug with an
improper heat range, as severe engine damage
could result.
Spark plug gap: 0.024 - 0.028 in
(0.6 - 0.7 mm)
MAINTENANCE
Brake fluid
Brake fluid level inspection
With the scooter in an upright position, check the
front and rear fluid level.
L
The level should be above the lower level mark. If
the level is at or below the lower level mark "L",
check the brake pads for wear.
NOTE: Other checks - make sure there are no
fluid leaks. Check for deterioration or cracks in the
hoses and fittings.
WARNING
Worn brake pads should be replaced
immediately. If the pads are not worn, have your
brake system inspected for leaks. Do not ride
your scooter unless the brakes are in perfect
working order.
Brake fluid type: DOT 4
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MAINTENANCE
Brake inspection
Inspect the brake pad and shoe thickness to verify
there is enough material for the brakes to function
properly.
If the wear indicator grooves in the brake pads are
no longer visible
, it is an indication that the
brake pads are worn and require replacement.
WARNING
The brakes will wear quickly if the lever is
continually applied during riding (dragging the
brake).
Consult your KYMCO dealer for braking system
service.
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0.4 -0.6 in (10-20 mm)
MAINTENANCE
Battery
Fuse
Your KYMCO scooter is equipped with a
maintenance-free (sealed) type battery so it is not
necessary to check the battery's electrolyte level or
add distilled water.
When frequent fuse failures occur, it usually
indicates a short circuit or an overload in the
electrical system.
NOTE: If your battery seems weak and/or is
leaking electrolyte (causing hard starting or other
electrical troubles), contact your KYMCO dealer
immediately.
CAUTION
Your battery is a maintenance-free type and can
be permanently damaged if the cap strip is
removed.
NOTE: See your KYMCO dealer for electrical
system diagnosis and repair.
WARNING
Never use a fuse with a different rating from that
specified. Serious damage to the electrical
system or a fire may result, causing a dangerous
loss of lights or engine power.
Fuse Specification: 15A
BATTERY
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MAINTENANCE
Tires
WARNING
Failure to follow these warnings may result in an
accident due to tire failure. The tires on your scooter
are a crucial link between your scooter and the road.
You and your passenger's personal safety are
dependant upon the condition of your scooter's tires.
Follow these instructions:
Check tire condition and pressure, and adjust the
inflation pressure before each ride.
Avoid overloading your scooter.
Replace a tire when worn to the specified limit, or if you
find any damage such as cuts or cracks.
Always use the proper size and type of tires as
specified in this Owner's Manual.
Balance the wheel after tire installation.
Read this section of Owner's Manual carefully.
Failure to perform a reasonable break-in of the tires
could cause tire slip and loss of control.
Use extra care when riding on new tires as the grip
will be limited. Perform proper break-in of the tires, as
stated in the break-in recommendation section of this
manual. Avoid hard acceleration, hard cornering, and
hard braking for the first 100 miles (160 km).
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NOTE: Check the tire inflation pressure and tire
tread condition at the periods listed in the periodic
maintenance schedule. For maximum safety and
good tire life, the tire pressures should be
inspected more often.
Tire pressure
Insufficient air pressure in the tires not only
accelerates tire wear but it also affects the stability
of your scooter. Under-inflated tires make smooth
cornering difficult and overinflated tires decrease
the amount of tire in contact with the ground, which
can lead to skids and loss of control. Make sure
that the tire pressures on your scooter are within
the specified limits at all times.
NOTE: Tire pressure should only be adjusted
when the tires are cold.
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Front tire (rider only): 25.0 PSI (1.75 kg/cm )
Rear tire (rider only): 29.0 PSI (2.0 kg/cm2 )
2
Front tire (rider & passenger):25.0 PSI (1.75 kg/cm )
2
Rear tire (rider & passenger): 32.0 PSI (2.25 kg/cm )
EMISSION CONTROL
Crankcase Emission Control System
Your Movie 150 engine is equipped with a closed crankcase system. Blow-by gases are routed back in to the
combustion chamber via the intake system. This system does not allow the blow-by gases to enter the
atmosphere.
Exhaust Emission Control System
The exhaust emissions from your Movie 150 scooter are controlled by engine design, factory-set fuel
delivery, ignition settings, and exhaust system design. This system also includes a catalyzer in the exhaust
system.
Noise Exhaust Emission Control System
The engine, intake and exhaust systems of your Movie 150 scooter were designed to comply with federal,
state and local noise level requirements. Do not modify the engine ,intake or exhaust components, as doing
so will affect compliance these noise level requirements.
Please do not modify or change any KYMCO-designed components that may alter the sound or emission
level from your Movie 150 scooter.
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KYMCO LIMITED WARRANTY
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SPECIFICATIONS - Movie 150
Dimensions
Chassis
Overall length............................77 in (1920 mm)
Overall width.............................28 in ( 700 mm )
Overall height............................45 in (1135 mm)
Wheel base........................ .......51 in (1284 mm)
Tire size, front .....................................110/70-12
Tire size, rear......................................130/70-12
Brake(front)......................................... Disk type
Brake(rear).......................................... Disk type
Capacities
Electrical
Engine oil ..................................0.95 US qt (0.9 L)
Transmission oil.......................0.13 US qt (0.12 L)
Fuel tank...................................7.74 US qt (7.5 L)
Net weight...................................249 lbs (118 kg)
Ignition type ........................................ ..... ...CDI
Battery..................................................12v9Ah
Headlight..................................12v 35W/35W * 2
Tail/brake light.......................................12v LED
Turn signal light................................12v 21W X 4
Main Fuse................................................... 15A
Engine
Type .....................Four-stroke, air-cooled SOHC
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Displacement......................149 cm (8.94 cu. in)
Bore and stroke.....2.36in X 2.18in (59 X 54.5 mm)
Compression ratio.......................................11:1
Max. Horsepower.......................13.5ps/8500rpm
Spark plug................................................CR8E
Idle speed......................................... 1800 RPM
Cooling system..................................air-Cooled
Starting system............................Electric starter
Transmission.............................. Automatic CVT
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