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    Exclamation Piaggio Fly 150 headlights, rear lights and dash lights not working

    Hi guys and thanks for accepting me in this forum.
    My GF owns a piaggio fly 150cc (2014).

    Suddendly the headlight, instruments lights and rear light stopped working.
    All bulbs are OK.
    All fuses are ok.
    No current passes where fuse n.4 is kept (I tried with a led light and no luck).

    interestingly the high beam (fixed ) doesn't work, but the overtaking high beam (which uses the same lamp) does work.

    Can anyone help?

    I really don't know where to check.

    Thanks in advance


    Stefano

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    Go through the wiring something could be disconnected. Then check that your stator is working properly, if one of the coils is bad you won't be getting power on one leg but it could be fine on the other. here is a good video on testing a stator power. Its not a Fly but its the same idea. Pull the connector from the stator and do the test.
    let us know what you get.
    Italian scoots owned: 2003 Scarabeo 150, 1998 Italjet Velocifero, 2009 Vespa GTS 250, 2012 Vespa S50, 2007 BV 250, 1977 150 Sprint Veloce (future project) and Vespa ET2 (future project)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pinkscoot View Post
    Go through the wiring something could be disconnected. Then check that your stator is working properly, if one of the coils is bad you won't be getting power on one leg but it could be fine on the other. here is a good video on testing a stator power. Its not a Fly but its the same idea. Pull the connector from the stator and do the test.
    let us know what you get.
    Thanks.
    Where are the main connection points of the wiring?
    I'd like to avoid taking the front section of the body off as I will need to remove the wheel as well.
    Does anyone have an electric scheme?
    Anything else to check apart the stator?

    Thnaks!

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    The cable you want comes out of the stator. Find that wire and follow it to a connector. You will have to take some plastics off but I'm not familiar enough with the fly to know what plastics. AF-1 the host of the site has a manual cheap to buy here.
    Italian scoots owned: 2003 Scarabeo 150, 1998 Italjet Velocifero, 2009 Vespa GTS 250, 2012 Vespa S50, 2007 BV 250, 1977 150 Sprint Veloce (future project) and Vespa ET2 (future project)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pinkscoot View Post
    The cable you want comes out of the stator. Find that wire and follow it to a connector. You will have to take some plastics off but I'm not familiar enough with the fly to know what plastics. AF-1 the host of the site has a manual cheap to buy here.

    DOES anyone have the wiring diagram?
    I'd rather not to buy it.. quite on a budget ATM

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