Hello all. Some of you may have peaked in on a thread I started about the same scoot a few days ago. Finally got my idle issues sorted out. Been riding around for a few days and I guess the Kymco decided it needed some more attention. Rode up to the grocery store today and when I came out I noticed the strong odor of gas. Looked down and saw a fair sized puddle on the concrete and fuel dripping out of the bottom corner of the air box. Removed the airbox cover and the air filter (which was partially soaked in fuel) and saw a small stream of fuel running out of the air inlet tube that connects the airbox to the carb. I removed the air filter, reinstalled the airbox cover. Wouldn't start. Drained the fuel out of the float bowl via the drain screw, opened the throttle wide open and was able to get it to start. I was glad because it would've been about 3/4 mile partially uphill journey to push it home. I suspected either that the carb float is stuck in the open (down) position or that the vacuum operated fuel petcock isn't functioning properly. To test the petcock I disconnected the fuel line at the carb, attached an extension to the line and routed it downward to a gas can under the scooter. Fuel started trickling out at a slow but steady drip. At this rate I think it will empty the mostly full fuel tank in an hour or two. Does anyone know if this is abnormal for the petcock? Should it allow a bit of fuel past it without the engine vacuum or should it be completely sealed? Is the carb float supposed to provide further seal to prevent the fuel from draining down out of the tank?