Maybe this post will be of some help to other forum members. I'm the second owner of a 2009 Zuma 125cc scooter with only 375 miles. Scooter is out of one year factory warranty by several months. Several weeks ago scooter started having fuel pump starting issues similiar to those I've read about on the Zuma forum. Fuel pump would not come on to pressurize the system which caused the scooter to not start. This happens randomly may start OK for days and then you go to turn key on you do not hear the fuel pump come on. Called Yamaha factory service at 800-952-7926 was told to take in to my local dealer. Unloaded at my dealership and scooter started fine service tech rode it around parking lot for 5 minutes came back and would not restart. You could not hear or feel the pump come on. He tells me he will check it out and will call the Yamaha tech line and see if they will cover the repair. One week later service techs calls and said he can't dulicate the problem and that he has checked out all wiring and electical connections and the battery and everything is OK. Go down to pick up scooter and decide to ride it around for a few minutes to try to dulicate problem. Make a 2 mile loop and return to dealer and scooter will not start. Service tech said he will call Yamaha Tech line and discusss the issue. Two hours later service tech calls and tells me the good news that Yamaha will repair the fuel pump under the Emmisions Warranty. Service tech said after 9 years he has never heard of a repair under the Emmisions Warranty. Factory tech said its something that just started. I'm just happy its being repair at no cost to me.