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skodapop
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« on: August 30, 2015, 09:27:22 »

I'm currently running a Peugeot Geopolis 250, which I understand has a Piaggi0 250 engine.
When I start it from cold it runs fine with the yellow warning light still on, then when the light goes out the engine stalls.
It restarts again straight away, with a touch of throttle, but will not tick over. I have also noted that the tick over seems
lower, when its hot, than it used to do.It also has a tendancy to backfire slightly on overrun.
A new development occurred yesterday, whilst I was running the bike on its stand, with a small throttle opening, the yellow
light came on and the engine started to run rough. The light went out and the bike ran fine again.
Anyone had anything similar?
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Dave Milnes
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« Reply #1 on: August 30, 2015, 15:21:34 »

250 fuel injected?...dud fuel pump. It's been an issue on 250 Xevos and X8's and a warranty issue on a Piaggio but who knows on a Pug, but worth investigating.
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« Reply #2 on: September 04, 2015, 15:23:45 »

Thanks Dave, it is injected. It is basically the same as a Beverley, all the important bits are Piaggio.
I was wondering about the fuel pump, but it runs perfect off tickover, no misfire and it seems mostly
OK when hot. Just a bit puzzled by it and because its a Pug I can't get much feedback from anywhere
that speaks English.
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