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Hi guys, I changed the brakes on my Vespa (2005 Gts250) yesterday and now I notice when I go to start it nothing happens. It will start after 2-3 tries.

When I changed the front brakes did I bump a sensor or when I put the jack under it did I hit a sensor under it then?

Heres my scooter!!
Thanks
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The only brake related sensor that might prevent starting is the switch at the end of the brake lever in the handlebars. That is the switch that operates when you hold the brakes on to start it, and also operates the brake light. So check that the brake light comes on when you pull the lever in.
Mike
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