Peugeot 103 - killing the engine

Hi fellow moped riders!

I have a Peugeot TSA which I am fixing up. It is now starting, running, and idling well. However the decompression lever didn't do anything - I think it's seized up at the decomp valve. So I removed the cable, thinking there is no need for it because it starts very easily without it. However now I realize I'm not sure how to kill the engine when I'm done riding. lol. I assume I would use the same lever to decompress, thus stopping the motor? My only option at the moment is to turn the idle down until it conks out. Do I need to put my cable back? Is there a way to fix the decomp? THANKS!!

Re: Peugeot 103 - killing the engine

Spark kill switch?

Re: Peugeot 103 - killing the engine

I don't think there's any kill switch on this bike

Re: Peugeot 103 - killing the engine

Then wire a Killswitch

Super easy

Re: Peugeot 103 - killing the engine

Ok that makes sense, thank you!

Re: Peugeot 103 - killing the engine

This works nicely and the handlebars are grounded so you need run only one wire.

Kill Button

Re: Peugeot 103 - killing the engine

Thanks Larry, I have ordered one.

Re: Peugeot 103 - killing the engine

Hard to believe there is no switch, is it like a Moby where it is the horn button, but you turn it to kill the spark? Pic of handlebar controls?

Re: Peugeot 103 - killing the engine

> Stephen Keller Wrote:

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> Hard to believe there is no switch, is it like a Moby where it is the

> horn button, but you turn it to kill the spark? Pic of handlebar

> controls?

The stock 103 came with normal moped killswitches.

Re: Peugeot 103 - killing the engine

This is the only switch. Red button is horn and then I assume left and right are signals.

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Re: Peugeot 103 - killing the engine

roy jongejan /

that switch is more likely for your lights, high beam low beam and off, unless it does have signal lights then im totally wrong

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