Q: I have a 1983 yamaha moped 180cc riva

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I have a moped everything starts it just will not go?
My car has an automatic transmission.

Hello. You could have a rear clutch problem. Check your pulleys to make sure they are good. Since we do not service mopeds at the moment, I recommend having a dealer service the vehicle and repair the problem.

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