too much 2 stroke

So I went to the gass station today thinking I needed to fill up. As I got to the gas station my ped shuts off. Thinking it was completely out of gas I added 2.6 ounces of oil into the tank. But when I filled up the tank it only took .2 gallons.. needless to say the moped wouldn't start. After bleeding the tank of .5 gallons and filling it back up it still won't start any tips?

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Check the spark plug?

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Overpriced Parts /

Josh Widawsky Wrote:

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> So I went to the gass station today thinking I

> needed to fill up. As I got to the gas station my

> ped shuts off. Thinking it was completely out of

> gas I added 2.6 ounces of oil into the tank. But

> when I filled up the tank it only took .2

> gallons.. needless to say the moped wouldn't

> start. After bleeding the tank of .5 gallons and

> filling it back up it still won't start any tips?

Did you press your vent button when filling gas?

Otherwise you won't get any gas in the (Streetmate/revival) tank

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simon thokaar /

Nick Williams Wrote:

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> Check the spark plug?

this.. probably fouled out that badboy or clogged up your petcock.

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I got it. I drained the tank and started again. Works perfect! And one more question? Where is this vent button?

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Under the front of the seat.

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Overpriced Parts /

On tube frame revival it's by head stock below handlebars

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Yes,it's hidden kinda where Ken said.Make a wedge of cardboard or plastic and wedge it into the crevice to hold your button open(in) while fueling. don-ohio

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Vent button? Front seat?

You young people and your crazy hip slang.

Theres no such thing as either one of those things.

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♣Slew Foot♣ /

i thought it was in the trunk under the spare tire or in the back seat under the bench

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