- cello33 wrote:
- sounds like a display / clock issue unfortunatly.
Buy a chaeap LCD clock and stick it on the current dashboard clock.
The clock is integral to the Combination Meter (speedometer ass'y). That CM costs $400-$500USD, while a new YUASA battery cost ~$125.
So the quick & dirty fix would be to go with Cello's stick-on digital clock which will still work when you find yourself stranded some time soon and post, "Now my scooter cranks but won't start up".
So have the battery load tested and then do a voltage test to insure the charging system is putting out adequate voltage.
Could it be that the battery is not holding a full charge but the clock functions while the scooter is running because the charging system is
putting out adequate voltage?