Baja motorsports SC150 HSun 150cc, SC150 Owner's manual

Baja motorsports SC150 HSun 150cc, SC150 Owner's manual
SC150 SCOOTER
Read this manual carefully. It contains important safety information.
No one under the age of 16 should operate this scooter.
OWNER’S MANUAL
Minimum Recommended Age
Requirement 16
Rev. B
030909
Always wear a helmet; It could save your Life!
Do not remove this operator’s manual from this vehicle.
Please obtain, review, and follow provincial / municipal government acts and
regulations pertaining to owning and operating this scooter.
Congratulations on your purchase of the BAJA INC. SC150 Scooter.
Your Scooter is warranted to be free of manufacturing defects in
material and workmanship for a period of 90 days from the date of
purchase. During the warranty period BAJA INC. will at its option,
repair, provide replacement parts or replace your BAJA INC. 150cc
Scooter at no charge. This warranty does not cover normal wear
items or damage caused by neglect or misuse of the product.
Engine Warranty – 90 days
Frame Warranty – 90 days
Warranty is void if:
Frame is bent or broken due to abuse
Wheels are bent or broken
Fender bent or broken due to abuse
Any sign of impact, accident, jumping, spin-outs or roll over.
BAJA INC. is not liable for any damage claim or liability claim person
or otherwise resulting from the operation of this product in any way.
Should you experience with your vehicle, please contact Baja Inc. customer
service line toll free at 1-888-863-2252 between the hours of 7am and 5pm
Monday through Friday MST (Mountain Standard Time). MDT (Mountain
Daylight Time) during daylight savings time. You will be instructed how to
proceed.
A COPY OF THE SALES RECEIPT IS REQUIRED.
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WARNING
This manual should be considered as a permanent part
of the vehicle and should remain with the vehicle when
resold or otherwise transferred to a new user or operator.
The manual contains important safety information and
instructions which should be read carefully before
operating the vehicle. All operators should obtain, review,
and follow provincial and municipal government acts and
regulations pertaining to owning and operating an
on-road vehicle. Children under the age of 16 should
never operate this vehicle.
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WARNING
It is the operators responsibility to know and obey all
applicable local, state and federal laws at all times while
operating this vehicle including but not limited to traffic
safety, vehicle registration, emissions, and noise
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WARNING
The engine exhaust from this product contains chemicals
known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth
defects or other reproductive harm.
CALIFORNIA PROPOSITION 65
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Table of Contents
IMPORTANT.........................................................................................................
GENERAL PRECAUTIONS/WARNINGS.............................................................
NHTSA SAFETY NOTICE.....................................................................................
PRE RIDE CHECK LIST.......................................................................................
LOCATION OF WARNING LABELS....................................................................
OPERATION.........................................................................................................
STARTING THE ENGINE..............................................................................
DRIVING SAFELY.........................................................................................
SHUTTING OFF THE ENGINE.....................................................................
STOPPING THE VEHICLE...........................................................................
PARKING......................................................................................................
BREAKING IN...............................................................................................
IGNITION SWITCH.......................................................................................
BRAKE LEVERS AND THROTTLE..............................................................
RIGHT BRAKE/SWITCH ASSEMBLY..........................................................
KICK STARTER............................................................................................
LEFT BRAKE/SWITCH ASSEMBLY............................................................
INSTRUMENT PANEL..................................................................................
SEAT LOCK..................................................................................................
FUEL TANK...................................................................................................
BATTERY INSTALLATION...................................................................................
MAINTENANCE....................................................................................................
SPARK PLUG...............................................................................................
TRANSMISSION OIL....................................................................................
ENGINE OIL..................................................................................................
CHANGING ENGINE OIL, CLEANING OIL SCREEN..................................
BRAKES.......................................................................................................
AIR FILTER...................................................................................................
IDLE SPEED ADJUSTMENT/FUEL HOSE INSP.........................................
TIRES............................................................................................................
TRANSPORTING..................................................................................................
STORAGE PROCEDURE.....................................................................................
MAINTENANCE CHART......................................................................................
TROUBLESHOOTING..........................................................................................
SPECIFICATIONS.................................................................................................
ELECTRIC DIAGRAM..........................................................................................
SERIAL NUMBER LOCATION.............................................................................
EMISSION CONTROL SYSTEM WARRANTY.....................................................
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Please read this manual and follow all instructions carefully. To emphasize
the special information, the symbol and the words WARNING or CAUTION
have some special meanings. Pay attention to the messages.
WARNING
Indicates a potential hazard that could result in death or injury.
! CAUTION
Indicates a potential hazard that could result in vehicle damage.
NOTE: Indicating special information which is to make maintenance easier or
instructions clearer.
WARNING and CAUTION are arranged like this:
WARNING-or-CAUTION
The first part will identify a POTENTIAL HAZARD.
The second part will describe WHAT COULD HAPPEN if you ignore
the WARNING or CAUTION.
The third part will describe HOW TO AVOID THE HAZARD.
This user’s manual contains important safety and maintenance information.
Read it carefully before riding. Failing to follow the warnings contained in this
manual could result in INJURY or DEATH.
It is important that this manual remain with the vehicle when you transfer it to
another user or owner.
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 will be some
discrepancies in this manual. We reserve the right to make product changes
at any time, without notice and without incurring any obligation to make the
same or similar changes to the vehicle previously built or sold.
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General Precautions
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WARNING! FAILURE TO FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS CAN
RESULT IN SEVERE INJURY OR DEATH.
CAUTION: FAILURE TO FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS CAN
ALSO RESULT IN DAMAGE TO THE VEHICLE AND/OR OTHER
PROPERTY.
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Read and follow all instructions in this Owner’s/Operator’s Manual, any accompanying supplements. Do not discard this owner’s
manual, safety video, or any other material or documentation
included with this vehicle.
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Exhaust fumes are toxic. California Proposition. 65 warning:
Gasoline engine exhaust from this vehicle contains chemicals known
to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects, or other
reproductive harm. The engine exhaust contains carbon
monoxide, which is tasteless, odorless, poisonous gas. Never
operate this vehicle indoors or in an enclosed area with poor
ventilation.
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This vehicle may have been supplied to you completely assembled. To prevent possible injury or death, read and follow the assembly instructions to make sure the vehicle was assembled properly.
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Always perform the daily pre-ride inspection specified in this manual before operating this vehicle.
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Modifying the vehicle and/or removing original equipment and/or safety decals could make this vehicle unsafe for operation.
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Replace any safety decals that become unreadable or detached from the vehicle. Decals provide critical warnings about potential hazards or safety requirements.
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Never use this vehicle for stunt riding, spin-outs, donuts, racing , or any form of competition.
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Additional Warnings
Protective Clothing/Equipment
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Most accident fatalities are due to preventable head injuries. Always wear a properly fitting motorcycle type helmet approved by agencies
such as the Department of Transportation (DOT), Safety Helmet
Council of America (SHCA), or Snell Memorial Foundation (SNELL).
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Always wear face shields or goggles, boots, gloves and other
appropriate protective clothing.
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Long hair, loose clothes, or jewelry can get caught in moving parts below and behind the seat or your surrounding environment. Remove or tie back anything loose that can reach below and behind the seat before riding.
Moving Parts
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Never place hands, feet, any body parts or clothing near the engine, wheels, chain and other rotating parts of the vehicle while riding or running the engine.
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Use extreme caution when performing required maintenance while the engine is running.
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Keep guards and pads in place at all times. Prevent accidental
contact by any person whenever the vehicle is running.
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The guards over the brake, clutch, torque-converter, axle and drive sprockets also help prevent mud and debris from contacting those
components.
Traffic Safety
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ALWAYS FOLLOW THE ENTIRE PRE-RIDE CHECKLIST PRIOR TO STARTING OR RIDING THE SCOOTER.
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Your safety while riding this vehicle depends entirely on your ability
to exercise proper judgement. You must be of sufficient age,
understanding, mental capacity, and physical capability to safely operate this vehicle.
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Additional Warnings (continued)
Traffic Safety (continued)
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Always obtain mature, supervised instruction and sufficient practice in an decongested area before operating this vehicle on any public
thoroughfare.
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Excessive vehicle speed is a leading cause of accidents, which can cause death or serious harm to you, other people, and/or property. Always obey all applicable traffic safety laws while operating this vehicle, being sure to account for current weather and traffic
conditions and slow down if necessary. DRIVE TO ARRIVE!
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Use extreme caution when riding on wet, slippery, rough or slopped terrain. There is an increased risk of loss of control, which can result in injury, death, and/or property damage.
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Always slow down when turning. High-speed turning can cause loss
of control and/or possible death, injury, and/or property damage. Practice turning in a safe area away from traffic until you are
confident in your ability to control the vehicle at all times.
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Operating this vehicle at an unsafe speed, especially while turning, can cause death, injury, and/or property damage.
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Never use this vehicle to perform any type of racing, stunt riding, jumps, spin-outs, donuts, or other maneuvers, You could kill or injure yourself or others and/or cause property damage.
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Never operate vehicle while under the influence of alcohol, drugs or medication of any kind. Such operation is dangerous to yourself and/or others.
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Check the tire pressure before operating the vehicle using a properly calibrated tire air pressure gauge.
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Stop the vehicle and shut off the engine immediately if the vehicle makes unusual noises or vibrations. Check the vehicle for damage. Excessive noise or vibration is a sign of loose or worn parts.
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Additional Warnings (continued)
Engine/Motor Safety
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Keep the engine/motor free of dirt and debris, especially in the throttle linkage area.
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Never start the engine/motor without checking to see that the throttle control is in the idle position.
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Never start the engine/motor unless you are properly seated with your hands firmly on the controls.
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Never tamper with, alter, or change the vehicle’s engine/motor
settings. The engine/motor governor is factory set and protects the engine/motor from damage. Excessive engine/motor speed is potentially dangerous to the operator, bystanders, and the
engine/motor itself.
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All guards must be in place prior to starting the engine.
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Operating the vehicle in conditions where water, mud, snow, dirt, sand or other debris can get into the throttle cable conduit and/or the throttle mechanism can cause the cable or throttle mechanism to bind, which may lead to throttle sticking, loss of control, and
possible death, injury, and/or property damage.
Fasteners
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Make sure that all screws, nuts, and bolts are properly tightened. Never over-tighten hardware that is designed to move, such as front
and rear wheels. Restricting moving parts can cause a loss of
control and possible injury or death.
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Always replace torque-type locknuts with new locknuts of the same type after removing the old locknuts.
Fueling
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Check the fuel supply before each use. Never fill the fuel tank while the engine is running or hot. Always allow at least 1in. of expansion space at the top of the fuel tank. There should not be any fuel in the filler neck. Replace the fuel cap tightly after refueling to prevent a fuel spillage, fire, or explosion hazard.
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Additional Warnings (continued)
Fueling (continued)
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Always use an original gas cap or an approved OEM replacement. Never fill fuel tank while the vehicle is inside a building. Gasoline vapors can cause injury or death and can pose a fire or explosion risk.
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Move the vehicle at least 10 ft. before starting the engine.
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Use extreme caution when starting the engine. Hot engine, muffler, or drive components can cause serious burns on contact.
Maintenance
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Do not modify the vehicle from the manufacturer’s original design and configuration.
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Never wash or operate the vehicle in freezing temperatures. Water can freeze in the throttle cable conduit and/or on the throttle
mechanism, possibly resulting in throttle sticking, which can cause the engine to continue to run and result in loss of control.
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Assembly, maintenance, and/or repair of this vehicle should only be
performed by designated dealers or authorized repair centers to
ensure quality work and safe vehicle condition.
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Always disconnect the spark plug wire (gasoline vehicles) or
disconnect the battery before commencing any work in the engine
vicinity or where there is a possibility that the vehicle could move
unexpectedly. Keep the spark plug cable away from the spark plug to
avoid accidental starting.
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Avoid contacting the muffler, cylinder head, or any potentially hot area on or around the engine when working on, around, or restarting the engine.
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Additional Warnings (continued)
Maintenance (continued)
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Store this vehicle in a place where gasoline fumes cannot reach an open flame, spark, or other source of ignition. Drain the fuel tank in a cool well-ventilated area prior to any long-term storage. Never store this vehicle in a close proximity to appliances such as water heaters or furnaces.
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Engine, exhausts, and other components can become extremely hot during operation. Use caution when near hot components.
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Never adjust, repair, or clean the vehicle while it is in motion.
NHTSA Safety Notice
If you believe that your vehicle has a defect which could cause serious injury
or death, you should immediately contact the National Highway Traffic Safety
Administration (NHTSA) in addition to notifying BAJA INC.
If NHTSA receives similar complaints, it may open an investigation and if it
finds that a safety defect exists in a group of vehicles, it may order a recall
and remedy campaign.
However, NHTSA cannot become involved in any individual problems between
you, your dealer or BAJA INC.
To contact NHTSA you may call the Auto Safety Hot line toll-free within the
United States on 1-800-424-9393 or write to: NHTSA, 400 Seventh Street SW,
Washington, DC 20590.
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Pre-Ride Checklist
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WARNING! ALWAYS PERFORM THE ENTIRE PRE-RIDE
CHECKLIST BEFORE USING THE VEHICLE AS THIS CAN HELP
YOU SPOT PROBLEMS THAT COULD INTERFERE WITH SAFE
VEHICLE OPERATION. FAILURE TO FOLLOW THIS ENTIRE
CHECKLIST BEFORE EVERY RIDE CAN CAUSE DEATH,
SERIOUS INJURY, AND/OR PROPERTY DAMAGE TO YOURSELF
AND/OR OTHERS
AIR FILTER
LOCATED
FRONT BRAKE REAR BRAKE UNDER SEAT
GAS CAP
LEVER
LEVER
LOCATED
UNDER SEAT
IGNITION KEY
SEAT LOCK
SWITCH
TAIL LIGHT
HEADLIGHTS
REAR SHOCKS
CARBURETOR
SIDE STAND
BATTERY
CENTER
COMPARTMENT
STAND
LOCATED UNDER
FLOORBOARD
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KICK START
LEVER
Pre-Ride Checklist (continued)
Before Starting the Engine/Motor
1. Engine oil level
a) Check for leaks
b) Tighten filler cap securely.
c) Add oil if required.
2. Fuel level
a) Add fuel as necessary.
b) Do not overfill (no fuel in the filler neck).
c) Do not mix oil with gas.
d) Replace cap tightly.
e) Do not refuel a hot engine. Allow engine to cool before adding fuel.
3. Warning decals
a) Make sure all warning decals are legible and securely attached.
b) Replace as necessary.
4. Tires
a) Ensure that both tires have at least 1/8 in. tread depth at center.
b) Both tires must be inflated to the pressure indicated on the tire sidewalls.
c) Replace the tires id tread height is less then 1/8 in. at the center of tires.
5. Throttle
a) Check for smooth operation. Make sure the throttle “snaps” back to idle position when released.
b) Check for frayed cable or damaged cable housing. Replace
damaged cable.
c) Check for mud, debris and ice in the throttle cable/mechanism. Clean out any contamination.
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Pre-Ride Checklist (continued)
Before Starting the Engine/Motor
6. Fasteners
a) Check that axle nuts are secure.
b) Check for missing fasteners. Replace as necessary.
c) Check that all other fasteners are secure. Tighten as necessary.
7. Steering
Make sure steering turns freely.
8. Frame/chassis
Check for bent/damaged frame/chassis components. Replace as necessary.
9. Battery (if equipped)
Check to make sure connections are tight and corrosion-free. Clean/tighten as necessary.
10. Lights (if equipped)
Check for proper operation. Replace bulbs as necessary.
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Location of Warning Label
Read and follow the warning label on your Scooter. Make sure you
understand the label. Keep the label on the Scooter. Do not remove it for any
reason. If the label comes off or becomes difficult to read, you should get a
replacement by contacting BAJA INC.
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WARNING
Read and understand owners
manual before operating this
scooter.
Always wear a helmet, eye
protection and protective
clothing.
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Operation
Starting the Engine
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WARNING! ALWAYS RETRACT THE SIDE STAND PRIOR TO STARTING THE VEHICLE
If the engine is cold:
Balance the scooter on its center stand (1) with the side stand (2) fully
retracted. Make sure the ignition key is OFF, then rotate the throttle 5-8 times
to prime the engine. Squeeze the rear brake lever, turn the key to RUN, and
push the START button. Your scooter includes an automatic choke.
CAUTION: DO NOT RUN THE STARTER FOR MORE THAN 5
SECONDS AT A TIME. ALWAYS ALLOW AT LEAST 10 SECONDS
BETWEEN STARTING ATTEMPTS.
If the engine is warm:
Balance the scooter on its center stand (1) with the side stand (2) fully
retracted. Squeeze the rear brake lever, turn the key to RUN, and push the
START button. If the engine does not start after 5 seconds. wait 10 seconds,
then turn the throttle 1/3 turn while pressing the START button. This will override the automatic choke and help start the engine.
CAUTION: DO NOT RUN THE STARTER FOR MORE THAN 5
SECONDS AT A TIME. ALWAYS ALLOW AT LEAST 10 SECONDS
BETWEEN STARTING ATTEMPTS.
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Operation (continued)
Driving Safely
WARNING! FOLLOW ALL OF THE WARNINGS IN THIS OPERATOR’S MANUAL AT ALL TIMES WHILE OPERATING
THE SCOOTER. IT IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY TO KNOW AND OBEY ALL APPLICABLE LOCAL, STATE, AND
FEDERAL LAWS.
WARNING! NEVER OVERLOAD THE VEHICLE. THE
CARRYING CAPACITY IS 330 POUNDS.
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After starting the engine, hold rear (left) brake lever and gently push the
scooter forward off the center stand.
Straddle the seat while keeping one foot on the ground for stability. Slowly
turn the throttle to begin driving. Place your foot on the floorboard as the
scooter begins moving.
Never attach any articles to the handlebar. Stow any cargo on the luggage
rack or in the under-seat storage box. Do not carry cargo weighing more than
10 pounds on the luggage rack. Always hold the rear hand hold when lifting
the scooter.
WARNING! ALWAYS WEAR A DOT-APPROVED HELMET, EYE PROTECTION, AND SHOES WHEN RIDING YOUR VEHICLE.
WARNING! NEVER DRIVE THE SCOOTER WITH THE SIDE STAND EXTENDED.
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Operation (continued)
Shutting off the engine
Always shut off the engine by turning the ignition switch to OFF.
Stopping the vehicle
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WARNING! WET, OILY, OR SANDY ROADS REDUCE
BRAKING EFFECTIVENESS. HARD BRAKING ON THESE SURFACES COULD LEAD TO LOSS OF CONTROL AND A SERIOUS ACCIDENT. ALWAYS REDUCE SPEED AS
GRADUALLY AS POSSIBLE.
When braking, always engage the rear brake first to retain maximum control
of the scooter. Most of your stopping power comes from the front wheel.
Parking
Always leave the ignition key switch in the lock position when parking the
vehicle to help prevent theft. Park on smooth hard surfaces, use the center
stand whenever possible.
Breaking in
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Following this break-in procedure ensures that your scooter is
functioning properly and maximizes engine life.
Never drive this vehicle over 40mph during the first 250 miles of operation. Excessive speed could result in engine failure.
Always use fresh 89 octane gasoline. Avoid gasoline that contains alcohol, which can damage rubber gaskets and engine seals.
Check and adjust the brakes, throttle cable, tire pressure, and
fasteners weekly before riding. This is in addition to the pre-ride inspection.
Schedule regular maintenance with your authorized BAJA INC.
service center.
Never add oil to the gasoline; your scooter has a 4-stroke engine with an internal lubricating system.
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Operation (continued)
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2
Ignition switch
The main ignition switch
contains three positions:
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1
ON (2): The engine can start, the key (1) cannot be removed.
OFF (3): This position shuts off the engine and allows the key to be
removed.
LOCK (4): From the OFF position, push inward and turn the key counterclockwise to the LOCK position while turning the steering column to the left and shaking it lightly to engage the steering lock. Remove key.
Brake Levers and Throttle
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6
7
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Rear brake (5): When stopping the scooter, squeeze the rear brake smoothly and firmly. Always engage the rear brake first.
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Front brake (6): Squeeze the lever gently at first to avoid locking the
front wheel. Most of your stopping power comes from the front
wheel, which should always be used to supplement the rear wheel.
WARNING! USE EXTREME CAUTION WHEN ENGAGING THE FRONT BRAKE TO AVOID LOCKING THE FRONT WHEEL. LOCKING THE FRONT WHEEL CAN CAUSE A SERIOUS ACCIDENT.
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Throttle grip (7): The rotary throttle grip is on the right handlebar. Accelerate by rotating the throttle towards you. Gently apply the throttle to avoid engine from stalling. Decelerate by rotating the
throttle away from you. The throttle includes a safety spring that snaps the throttle back to idle when released.
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Operation (continued)
Right switch assembly
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2
4
1
5
Light switch (1)
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The light switch must always be on while the vehicle is in operation.
Slide light switch all the all the way to the left (2) to turn headlights
on.
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For parking lights, slide headlight switch to the middle position (3).
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To turn lights off, slide headlight switch all the way to the right (4).
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Electric Start Button (5). With ignition key turned on and rear brake lever pulled in, press electric start button to start the engine.
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Operation (continued)
Kick starter
Use the kick starter to start the engine if the battery is drained. Once started,
leave the engine running until the battery recharges sufficiently
to restart the scooter.
Kick start Lever
Left switch assembly
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High/low beam light switch (1): To activate the high beam, move the switch to position (2). For low beam, use position (3).
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Turn signal switch (4): Slide the switch plate left for a left signal and right for a right signal. Press the center of the switch to cancel the turn signal.
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Horn (5): Press the bottom button to sound the horn.
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Emergency stop switch (6): Press this button to stop engine.
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1
4
5
6
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3
Operation (continued)
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5
6
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4
2
Instrumental panel
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Speedometer (1): Indicates the current driving speed in both km/h and mph.
High beam indication lamp (2): Illuminates when high beam is selected.
Turn signal lamp (3): Indicates that the turn signal is activated.
Fuel indicator (4): Indicates the fuel level.
Odometer (5): Indicates the total distance the vehicle has traveled.
Tachometer (6): Indicates the r/min’s.
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Operation (continued)
Seat lock
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To open: Insert the key just below the
seat on the left side of the vehicle. Press the
seat down slightly while turning the key
clockwise to release the latch. Lift the seat.
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To close: Press down the seat until
locked, then remove the key. Never leave the
key in the lock.
Fuel tank
Locate gas cap under seat and remove, fill tank with new, clean 89 octane or
higher gasoline. Do not overfill tank, do not fill over 1” below filler neck to
allow for expansion. Gap tank capacity: 1.6 gal
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WARNING! GASOLINE IS FLAMMABLE AND EXPLOSIVE. USE EXTREME CAUTION WHEN FUELING YOUR SCOOTER
ONLY FILL THE TANK IN WELL-VENTILATED AREAS. SHUT OFF THE ENGINE AND PLACE THE SCOOTER ON ITS
CENTER STAND TO ENSURE PROPER FILLING WHILE ELIMINATING THE RISK OF STATIC IGNITION CAUSED BY
IMPROPER GROUNDING. NEVER SMOKE NEAR
GASOLINE. NEVER OVERFILL THE GAS TANK. ALWAYS
MAKE SURE THE FUEL CAP IS SECURELY FASTENED
AFTER EACH FUELING.
WARNING! DO NOT SPLASH OR SPILL GASOLINE WHILE FUELING. IF A SPILL OCCURS, IMMEDIATELY WIPE OFF ALL SURFACES PRIOR TO STARTING THE ENGINE. AVOID SKIN CONTACT WITH GASOLINE AND DO NOT BREATHE GASOLINE FUMES. KEEP GASOLINE AWAY FROM FLAMES OR ELECTRIC SPARKS.
Filler neck
Fuel Level
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BATTERY INSTALLATION
INITIAL SERVICE AND INSTALLATION OF BATTERY:
WARNING
The following procedure is very dangerous and should be performed
with utmost care and attention. Wear protective eye wear, rubber
gloves, and have water available should electrolyte come in contact
with skin or eyes. KEEP ALL CHILDREN AWAY FROM THE AREA WHILE
THIS PROCEDURE IS BEING PERFORMED.
POISON – CAUSES SEVERE BURNS
Contains sulfuric acid.
Avoid contact with skin, eyes, or clothing
To prevent accidents, rinse empty container with water.
ANTIDOTE:
External – flush with water
Internal – Call physician immediately. Drink large quantities of water or
milk.
Follow with milk of magnesia, beaten eggs or vegetable.
Eyes – Flush with water for 15 minutes and get prompt medical
attention.
KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN.
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BATTERY INSTALLATION (continued)
Note: The following page is for vehicles with battery’s containing separate
electrolyte pack. Most battery’s will come with the electrolyte already sealed
into the battery.
Preparing the battery:
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Place battery on level surface. Remove sealing
tape from top. (see figure 20)
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Take the electrolyte container out of the plastic
bag.
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Place electrolyte container upside down with the
sealed silver mouths of the electrolyte bottles in
line with the six filler holes of the battery. (see
figure 21)
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Push the container down strongly enough to
break the silver seals.
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As electrolyte starts flowing into battery, air
bubbles will come up from the mouths of the
plastic electrolyte bottles.
·
Leave bottles upside down in battery holes until
electrolyte is completely drained.
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Never leave children unattended around battery.
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If air bubbles cease to float to the top of the
electrolyte bottles, tap lightly on top.
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DO NOT remove container from battery while it
is draining.
·
Never cut or pierce electrolyte container.
·
After all the electrolyte has drained from the
bottles into the battery, pull plastic electrolyte
bottles gently out of the battery.
·
Discard empty electrolyte bottles in a waste area
that is inaccessible to children and animals.
·
After filling let battery stand for at least 30
minutes before charging. This allows the
electrolyte to penetrate plates for optimum
performance and ensures longer battery life.
·
After 30 minutes the battery is ready for its initial
charge. Place cap strip loosely over the filling
holes as shown in the picture. (see figure 22)
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Figure 20
Figure 21
Figure 22
BATTERY INSTALLATION (continued)
How to Initially Charge the battery:
1. Connect the red positive (+) cable to the
red positive (+) pole of the battery.
(see figure 23)
2. Connect the black negative (-) cable to the
black negative (-) pole of the battery. (see
figure 24)
Note: The red positive (+) cable has a
larger diameter than the black negative (-)
cable.
Figure 23
3. Charging rate: Charge battery @ 0.7 Amps
for 5 ~ 10 hours.
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After charging is complete, press
down firmly with both hands to seat
the caps. (Do not pound or hammer.)
The battery is now sealed. (see figure
25)
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Locate battery compartment on
scooter. The battery compartment
is located under the floorboard. (see
figure 26)
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Figure 24
Attach red positive (+) cable to
positive (+) terminal on battery.
Then attach black negative (-) cable
to negative (-) terminal on battery.
WARNING
Figure 25
NEVER REMOVE THE STRIP OF
CAPS NOR ADD ANY WATER OR
ELECTROLYTE.
Figure 26
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Maintenance
Spark Plug
Check-up of Spark Plug
1. Remove the cap of spark plug and spark
plug.
2. Clean spark plug all around or replace it if
it is corroded or there is too much deposit
on it.
3. Regulate the gap of the spark plug to
0.6-0.7mm (.024” - .028”)
3. The spark plug of the designated type
should be used. The applicable type
of spark plug: DR7HSA (NGK), A7RTC
(TORCH)
0.6~0.7mm
(.024” - .028”)
Transmission Oil
To change transmission fluid, place a catch basin under the rear of
transmission case, unscrew drain plug (1) and allow oil to completely drain.
Replace drain plug and tighten securely.
Remove transmission oil filler plug (2) and fill with clean 90W oil, add 4oz.
Re-attach filler plug.
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2
Maintenance (continued)
Engine Oil
Check-ups, Adjustment and Maintenance
Checking the Oil
Check the engine oil each time prior to operating the scooter.
The oil level should be between the upper and lower lines on the dip stick
1. Set scooter on level ground, remove dipstick and clean. Re-insert
dipstick, pull back out to check level.
2. Add lubricating oil up to the upper line when needed, but do not overfill.
Oil tank capacity: 0.95 qt.
3. Reinstall oil fill plug/dipstick.
Oil fill plug/dipstick
Lubricating Oil Recommended
The lubricating oil is an important factor affecting the performance and
service life of the engine. Please refer to the chart for the correct grade of
engine oil based on the environmental conditions in your area. Do not use
any other type of oil other than what is recommended in the chart. DO NOT
MIX OIL WITH THE GASOLINE.
Lubricating oils of different
viscosity shall be employed
in different regions and at
different temperatures.
! CAUTION
Never start the engine
when there is insufficient
lubricating oil. Otherwise,
it will cause harm to the
engine.
20W-50
5W-40 15W-50
MACHINE
OIL
10W-40 10W-50
10W-30
TEMP.
°C
-30
-20
-10
0
10
20
30
40
°F
-22
-4
14
32
50
68
86
104
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Maintenance (continued)
Changing Engine Oil, cleaning oil filter screen
1. Remove Oil drain plug (1) located at the bottom left side of the engine and
let oil drain into an approved collection container. DO NOT PERFORM
THIS PROCEDURE WHILE THE ENGINE IS HOT. SERIOUS BURNS
COULD RESULT FROM CONTACT WITH HOT OIL.
2. Remove the Oil filter plug (2), spring (3) and oil filter screen (4) located at
the bottom right side of the engine and let the oil drain into an approved
collection container. DO NOT PERFORM THIS PROCEDURE WHILE THE
ENGINE IS HOT. SERIOUS BURNS COULD RESULT FROM CONTACT
WITH HOT OIL.
2. Dispose of used oil properly. For proper disposal procedures, contact
your local oil recycling center
3. Clean oil screen (4) and spring (3) with solvent
4. Clean and re-install the Oil drain Plug (1), Oil filter plug (2) with spring (3)
and Oil filter (4). Screw in tightly.
5. Refill the engine with the proper amount of oil and recheck the amount of
oil in the engine by using the oil fill plug/dipstick.
1
2
4
3
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Maintenance (continued)
BRAKES
FRONT HYDRAULIC DISK BRAKE INSPECTION
4
3
2
1
1. Inspect front disk brake caliper (1) for leakage. If brake fluid leaks, the safety of riding could be affected.
2. Inspect the brake hose (2) for cracks, and the joint for leakage.
3. Check the brake fluid level through the sight gauge (3) in top plastic
cowling, if level is at or below the LOWER mark, inspect brake pads for
wear and hydraulic system for leaks.
4. To add brake fluid, unscrew the 2 screws (4) on top of the brake fluid
container located under top plastic cowling. Add DOT3 or DOT4 brake fluid.
Do not mix brake fluid types.
Adjustment of Rear Brake
1
1. To make rear break adjustment, turn rear adjusting nut (1) clockwise to
increase and counterclockwise to reduce tension on the brake cable.
2. Brake shoes should be replaced by a qualified service technician once
“Wear arrow” reaches the “brake wear limit” .
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Maintenance (continued)
AIR FILTER
2
1
Air filter (2) is located under seat of scooter.
1. The air filter cover will need to be removed (1).
2. Take air filter (2) out and check to see if it is dirty or torn, if damaged,
replace.
3. You can clean the air filter by gently tapping on a hard surface, you can
also clean by using pressurized air. Note: Too much air pressure could
damage air filter.
4. Re-install filter.
! CAUTION
The air filter elements must be intact or the engine will suck in dust and
dirt resulting in a shorter service life of the engine.
Water should be prevented from entering into the filter when washing
the vehicle.
The air filter elements shall be cleaned gently to prevent from cracking
or tearing. Replace filter elements with a new ones if broken or cracked.
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Maintenance (continued)
IDLE SPEED ADJUSTMENT
To adjust the idle speed properly, you need a tachometer. If you do not have
one, ask your authorized service center to perform this adjustment.
Engine Idle adjustment
Screw
To adjust the idle speed:
1. Start the engine and warm it up.
2. Turn the engine idle screw in or out so that the engine idle speed is at
1700+100 RPM.
WARNING
Improper adjustment of the idle speed could be hazardous.
An idle speed that is too high could cause the scooter to move
forward when you start the engine. This may cause an accident.
Excessive engine wear may also result if idle speed is adjusted
improperly or when the engine is not fully warmed up. Adjust the
idle to the correct speed. Make sure the engine is fully warm before
adjusting the engine idle speed.
FUEL HOSE
Inspect the fuel hose for damage and fuel leakage. If any defects are found,
the fuel hose must be replaced.
Fuel Hose
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Maintenance (continued)
Tires
1.5 mm (0.05 in)
Size
Front
Rear
130/60-13
130/60-13
Tire Tread Condition
WARNING
Operating this scooter with improper tires, or even improper tire air
pressure could be hazardous.
If you use improper tires or improper tire air pressure, you may loose
control of the scooter.
Always use the size and type tires specified. Always maintain proper
tire air pressure as described in this section.
WARNING
Using worn tires could be hazardous.
The traction of the vehicle will be decreased. This increases your risk of having an
accident.
Replace the front and rear tires when the depth on the tread is 1.5 mm (0..05 in) or less.
Tire Air Pressure
Check the air pressure in tires before riding. Improper air pressure could
effect handling, steering response, traction, tire life and rider comfort. Be
sure that the tires are inflated to the pressures shown below. Tire pressure
should only be measured or adjusted when the tires are cold.
Recommended
pressure
Front
36 psi
Rear
36 psi
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Transporting
It is best to transport the scooter in the normal upright position.
Before transporting the scooter drain the fuel from the carburetor as follows:
1. Drain fuel from carburetor into an empty container by loosening the
carburetor drain screw. The carburetor drain screw is located on the
bottom of the carburetor.
2. When the fuel has been drained, re-tighten the drain screw.
WARNING
Draining fuel from the carburetor could be hazardous.
Fuel could catch fire if you do not handle it properly.
When draining fuel from the carburetor, be sure to shut the engine off. Do
not smoke, and never drain or refuel in an area where there are open flames
or sparks. Do not spill the fuel or you may create a fire hazard. Dispose of
the drained fuel properly.
! CAUTION
Failing to secure the Scooter properly could be hazardous.
Failing to secure the vehicle properly may result in an accident or
damage to the vehicle.
When transporting the Scooter, tie down the vehicle securely with
straps, rope, or some other suitable means. Use extra tie downs when
you transport the vehicle in the standing position.
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Storage Procedure
If you do not use your scooter for a long period of time, it will need special
service requiring appropriate materials, equipment and skill. For this reason,
we recommend that you trust this maintenance work to your authorized
service center. If you wish to service the machine for storage yourself, follow
the general guidelines below:
VEHICLE
Place the vehicle on level ground and wash the entire vehicle.
FUEL
Drain the fuel from the fuel tank by a hand pump. Drain the fuel from the
carburetor by releasing the carburetor drain screw.
WARNING
Draining the fuel could be hazardous.
Fuel could catch fire if you do not handle it properly.
When draining the fuel from the fuel tank, be sure to shut the engine off.
Do not smoke, and never drain fuel in an area where there are open flames
or sparks. Keep pets and children away from the fuel, and dispose of the
drained fuel properly.
TIRES
Inflate tires to the normal pressure.
EXTERNAL
1. Spray all vinyl and rubber parts with rubber protection.
2. Spray unpainted metal surfaces with rust preventative.
3. Coat painted and plastic surfaces with car wax.
PROCEDURE FOR RETURNING TO SERVICE
1. Clean the entire vehicle.
2. Make sure that the vehicle is properly lubricated.
3. Perform the INSPECTION BEFORE RIDING as listed in this manual.
4. Start the vehicle as outlined in this manual.
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Maintenance Chart
It is very important to inspect and maintain your SC150 scooter regularly.
Follow the guidelines in the chart. The intervals between periodic services in miles are shown. At the end of each interval be sure to perform
the maintenance listed.
Interval (miles)
MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE
Item
Each use Initial
150
Transmission Oil 80W90
Initial
1000
R
Air Filter
Every
1000
R
I
Every 1000 miles (more
often in dusty areas)
* Carburetor
* Exhaust system
I
Fuel hose
Engine Oil
Initial
500
I
Engine Oil filter
I
I
I
I
I
I
R
R
C
C
Brake Fluid level
I
I
I
I
I
Brake Hose and joints
I
I
I
I
I
Brakes
I
I
I
I
I
Wheels
I
I
Wheel bearings
I
* Brake caliper linings
I
I
I
Front and rear suspension
Steering system
I
I
I
I
I
* Steering shaft lubrication
(use Li grease)
Fittings and Fasteners
I
I
I
I
T
* Valve Gap
T
T
I
* Should be completed by an authorized service center
I=Inspect and clean, adjust, lubricate or replace, if necessary.
C=Clean
R=Replace
T=Tighten
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T
I
Troubleshooting
This troubleshooting guide is provided to help you to find the cause of some
common complaints.
COMPLAINT: Engine is hard to start or does not start at all. Something is
probably wrong with the fuel system or ignition system.
! CAUTION
Failing to troubleshoot a problem correctly can damage your scooter.
Improper repairs or adjustments may damage the vehicle. Such
damage may not be covered under warranty. If you are not sure about
the proper action, consult your authorized service center or BAJA INC.
about the problem.
Fuel Supply Check
1. Make sure there is adequate fuel in the fuel tank.
2. Check that the ignition switch is in the “RUN “ position.
3. Make sure there is enough fuel reaching the carburetor from the fuel tank.
WARNING
Draining fuel from the carburetor could be hazardous.
Fuel could catch fire if you do not handle it properly.
When draining the carburetor, be sure to shut the engine off. Do not
smoke, and never drain or refuel in an area where there are open
flames or sparks. Do not spill the fuel or you may create a fire hazard.
Dispose of drained fuel properly.
a. Loosen the drain screw which is located under the carburetor.
Drain the fuel from the carburetor into a container.
b. Tighten the drain screw.
c. Run the engine for a few seconds. Shut off engine.
d. Loosen the drain screw and check that the
carburetor is filled back up with fuel.
e. If fuel is reaching the carburetor, the ignition
system should be checked next.
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Carburetor
drain screw
Trouble shooting (Continued)
Ignition System Check
1. Remove the spark plug and reattach it to the spark plug lead.
2. Turn ignition key to the “RUN” position. Slide the engine stop switch
to the “Run” position. Push the electric button “START “(grey button).
If the ignition system is operating properly, a blue spark should jump
across the spark plug gap. If there is no spark, take your machine to your
service center.
WARNING
Performing the spark test improperly could be hazardous.
You could get a high voltage electrical shock if you are not familiar with
this procedure.
Do not perform this check if you are not familiar with the procedure.
Do not point the spark plug near the spark plug hole during this test.
Do not do this test if you have a heart condition or wear a pacemaker.
Do not perform this test near any open fuel containers or near fuel
which has spilled on the ground, on the engine, or any part of the
Scooter.
COMPLAINT: Engine stalls
1. Make sure there is enough fuel in the fuel tank.
2. Check to see that the spark plug is not fouled. Remove the spark plug
and clean it. Replace it, if necessary.
3. Make sure the fuel valve is not clogged, and fuel tank is not clogged.
4. Check the idle speed. If necessary, adjust using a tachometer. The
correct idle speed is 1700+100 RPM.
5. Make sure air filter is clean.
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Specifications
DESCRIPTION
DATA
Engine type
4- Stroke / Air cooled
Overall length
1942mm (76.46 inches)
Overall width
702mm (27.64 inches)
Overall height
1125mm (44.29 inches)
Dead weight
118kg (260lbs.)
Payload
150kg (330lbs.)
Suspension
Telescopic fork-Front
Transmission
CVT
Clutch
Auto, Centrifugal
Lubrication method
Pressure, splash
Displacement
149.6cc
Max speed
55 mph
Fuel tank capacity
1.6 gal.
Oil tank capacity
0.95 qt.
Brake
Front and Rear Hydraulic Disc
Rear wheel
130/60-13
36 psi
Front wheel
130/60-13
36 psi
Spark plug
CR7HSA (NGK), A7RTC (TORCH)
Gap .6mm - .7mm (.024” - .028” )
Ignition
CDI
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Dual shock-Rear
37
Lb
Z
By
Gy
R/Br
Lb/w
G
OFF
Z
Gr Lb Lb/w Lb/w Br
Brake
switch
B
B
B
B
G
L
G
Dg
P
M
Y
Br/R G
Horn Switch
Spark
plug
O
Starting Motor
Flasher Auto
Choke
Gy
R
7A
High/Low Beam Switch
Horn
R/By
B/W
R
OFF
OFF
Turn Signal Switch
B
Gy
G/y
R
PO
Y Lb/w Br
P
G
G
OFF
Dg
Dg
L
B/y
Y
Horn switch High/Low switch
Turn Signal switch
L
Lb/w
R/y
Starting Relay
ON
G
Dg
By
Z
Lb
G
B/y
B
L/w
Dg
Dg
Battery
ON
Ry
Z
P
Lb/w
G
Light Switch
Z
G
Lb/w
Dg
L
G
P
Lb/W
G
Lb
Brake
Switch Main Switch
ON
Start Switch
Left Front Turn signal light
12V 20W/8W
Left small Light 12V 10W
Headlight 12V 35W/35W
Right small light 12V 10W
L
Z
Left Turn singal
indicator light
High beam indicator light
12V 3.4W
By
L/y
B
L/w
G
Lb
G
B
Meter lamps
12V 1.7Wx3
Fuel gauge
Right Turn signal
indicator light
Voltmeter
Right Front Turn Signal Light
12V 20W/8W
Start Switch
Lights Switch
R/y
LOCK
ON
G
CDI
R/B
B/W
W
Y
R
R/B
W
B B/w G
Fuel Sensor
G
OFF
ON
B
G/y
Brake Switch
Y
Z
By
G/y
Lb
G
L/w G B/y
Magneto
R/W
G
Main Switch
O
G/y
R
Voltage regulator
and rectifier
OFF
Ignition Coil
G
By
Gr-grey
Z-purple
P-pink
Lb-light blue
O-orange
Dg-dark green
Left Rear Turn Signal Light
12V 15W
License Plate Light
12V 15W
Tail/brake Light
12V 8W/20Wx2
Right Rear Turn Signal Light
12V 15W
R-red
B-black
L-blue
W-white
Y-yellow
G-green
Br-brown
Z
G/y
G
G
G/y
Lb
SERIAL NUMBER LOCATION
You need to know the frame and engine serial numbers to get warranty
work, theft recovery and consumer safety information. You also need these
numbers to help your authorized service center or BAJA INC. order parts.
The Frame number is stamped on front of scooter just above the front floor
base. A small cap will need to be removed to see the number. The engine
number is located on the bottom left side of the engine housing.
Engine serial number
Frame number
Write down the serial numbers here for your future reference
Frame No.:
Engine No.:
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BAJA INC. – EMISSION CONTROL SYSTEM WARRANTY
YOUR WARRANTY RIGHTS AND OBLIGATIONS
The emission control system warranty period for this vehicle begins on the date the vehicle is
delivered to the first purchaser other than an authorized dealer, or the date it is first used as a
demonstrator, lease, or company vehicle, whichever comes first and continues for 60 months
after that date, or 12,000km, whichever comes first, provided there has been no abuse, neglect or
improper maintenance of your vehicle. Where a warrantable condition exists, the Distributor will
repair your vehicle at no cost to you, including diagnosis, parts and labor. If an emission-related
part on your vehicle is defective, the part will be repaired or replaced by the Distributor. This is
your emission control defects warranty.
OWNER’S WARRANTY RESPONSIBILITIES
As the vehicle owner, you are responsible for the performance of the required maintenance. You
should maintain a record of all maintenance performed on your vehicle and retain all receipts
covering maintenance on your vehicle. You may not be denied a warranty claim solely because
of your failure to ensure the performance of all scheduled maintenance or lack of maintenance
records or receipts. You are responsible for presenting your vehicle to an authorized dealer as
soon as a problem exists. The warranty repairs should be completed in a reasonable amount of
time, not to exceed 30 days.
As the vehicle owner, you should be aware that you may be denied your warranty coverage if
your vehicle or a part has failed due to abuse, neglect, improper maintenance, or unapproved
modifications.
WARRANTY COVERAGE
The Distributor warrants that each new 2009 and later vehicle:
•
is designed, built, and equipped so as to conform at the time of initial retail purchase
with all applicable regulations of the United States Environmental Protection Agency, and the
California Air Resources Board; and
•
is free from defects in material and workmanship which cause such vehicle to fail to
confirm with applicable regulations of the United States Environmental Protection Agency or the
California Air Resources Board for the periods specified above.
Your emission control system warranty covers components whose failure would increase an
engine’s emission, including electronic controls, fuel injection system, carburetor, the ignition
system, catalytic converter, or any other system utilized in this vehicle to control emission if it
is originally equipped. Also included may be hoses, connectors and other emission-related assemblies. Replacing or repairing other components (including parts, labor, and other costs) not
covered by this emission control system warranty or the standard warranty is the responsibility
of the owner.
Coverage of repairs under this warranty applies only when repairs are completed at an authorized
dealer or repair facility. The Distributor will not cover repairs performed outside of an authorized
dealer or repair facility, except in an emergency situation. The use of replacement parts not
equivalent to the original parts may impair the effectiveness of your vehicle’s emission control
system. If such a replacement part is used and an authorized dealer determines it is defective or
causes a failure of a warranted part, your claim for repair to bring your vehicle into compliance
with applicable standards may be denied.
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If an emergency situation exists when a warranted part or a dealer is not reasonably available to
the owner, repairs may be performed at any available service establishment, or by the owner, using any replacement part. The Distributor shall reimburse the owner for the expenses, including
diagnostic charges, not to exceed the Distributor’s suggested retail price for all warranted parts
replaced and labor charges based on the Distributor’s recommend time allowance for the warranty repair and the geographically appropriate hourly labor rate. The owner may reasonably be
required to keep receipts and failed parts in order to receive compensation.
This Emission Control System Warranty is in addition to the standard Limited Warranty.
EXCLUSIONS AND LIMITATIONS
This warranty does not cover the following:
•
Failures or malfunctions of the emission control systems caused by abuse, alteration,
accident, misuse, the use of leaded gasoline.
•
Replacement of expendable maintenance items unless they are original equipment
defective in material or workmanship under normal use, and the first required replacement interval for the item has not been reached. Expendable maintenance items include but not limited to
spark plugs, filters, coolant, lubricants, gaskets, hoses, and belts.
•
Replacements of parts and other services and adjustments for required maintenance.
•
Any vehicle equipped with an odometer or hour meter where the reading is altered so
that actual mileage cannot be readily determined.
•
Repairs or replacements as a result of:
o
Accident
o
Misuse
o
Use of replacement parts or accessories not conforming to the original specifications
which adversely affect performance
•
Physical damage, corrosion, or defects caused by fire, explosions or similar causes
beyond the control of the Distributor.
•
Failures not caused by a defect in material or workmanship.
Use of the vehicle in any type of competitive racing or related events immediately and completely
voids this and all other warranties.
LIMITED LIABILITY
The liability of the Distributor under this Emission Control System Warranty is limited solely to
the remedying of defects in material workmanship by an authorized dealer at its place of business
during customary business hours. This warranty does not cover inconvenience or loss of use of
the vehicle or transportation of the vehicle to/from the authorized dealer. The Distributor is not
liable to any person for incidental, consequential or special damages of any description, whether
arising out of express or implied warranty or any other contract, negligence or other tort or
otherwise.
No express emission control system warranty is given by the Distributor except as specifically
set forth herein. Any emission control system warranty implied by law, including any warranty of
merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose is limited to the express emission control system warranty terms stated in this warranty. The foregoing statements of warranty are exclusive
and in lieu of all other remedies. All express warranties not stated in this warranty are disclaimed.
Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the above limitations may not apply if it is inconsistent with the controlling state law.
No dealer is authorized to modify this Emission Control System Warranty. If you have any questions regarding your warranty rights and responsibilities, you should contact BAJA INC. (888)
863-2252 or the California Air Resources Board, 9528 Telstar Avenue, El Monte, CA 91731 (for
California registered vehicles only).
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BAJA INC.
P.O. Box 61150
Phoenix, AZ 85082
Tel: 602-443-9180
Toll Free: 888-863-2252
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