Honda Click 125i Throttle Body Cleaning, TPS & ECU Manual Reset

Honda’s Click 125i is a popular scooter among riders who enjoy the convenience of a fuel-efficient and low-maintenance ride. However, like with any vehicle, the 125i will require some regular DIY upkeep to keep it running smoothly. One important aspect of Honda Click 125i maintenance is throttle body cleaning.

All scooters, regardless of where they’re driven, need to have their throttle bodies cleaned on a regular basis. There are a few reasons for this. First, over time, the throttle body can become clogged with dirt and grime. This can lead to decreased performance and fuel efficiency. In addition, a dirty throttle body can cause your scooter to stall or even die while you’re driving it. That’s why it’s so important to keep your throttle body clean.

If you don’t want to take the scooter to a mechanic, check out this Honda Click 125i  Throttle Body Cleaning Vlog. I’ll also show you how to reset your TPS (throttle position sensor) and ECU (engine control unit).  The tools and links where you can buy are noted below.

Enjoy Watching!

Tools Used


  • Scoot: Honda Click 125i V2, Honda Beat FI V2





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