Manufactured from 2004 to 2009, the Vino 125 has a 125cc engine.

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White hose near back wheel -- What is it?

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I have a 2008 Yamaha Vino 125 and I noticed recently that a white / clear hose on the left side of the back tire is disconnected and hanging down. It seems like the attachment that allows it to fit in the hole on the scooter is missing as well, so I need to know what the hose is that I'm looking at to be able to replace. I can upload a picture if no one knows off the top of their head. I think it might be the crankcase breather hose but I'm not entirely sure. What damage could be done without that hose connected?

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The hose could be from the evaporative fuel canister Number 12 and 13 in the second pic . Hope this helps

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hey @oldturkey03 hope you don't mind I gleaned a couple of photos from one of your old answers

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@jimfixer Mike is out with Harvey for a while. I'm sure he won't mind with help on the questions at all, and I know I could sure use the HELP ;-)

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@mayer has anyone heard from Mike since the storm hit? Pray hes safe I know he lives in Harveys path . He'll probably be pretty busy at the hospital

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I have not heard from Mike in three days, but I'm sure he is covered up at the hospital.

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I suspect it is a battery overflow hose but not sure. Posting a photo might help confirm it.

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I just added two pictures. Thanks!

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would be a battery overflow. I have a Yamaha 1100 and the battery on those are gelled.

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https://www.yamahapartshouse.com/oempart...

The 2007 and the 2008 might be close to the same model. I think that that is the fuel overflow or spillage tube.

best method is to follow it if you can. Might try this trick. put a flashlight in the tube, turn off the lights and see of you can see where the hose reflection is. I've done that a few times to chase down a few hoses on my stuff.

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