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I bought this trimmer at wal-mart yesterday afternoon, got it put together and running, insured i had the proper mix in the tank, fired it up, and used it for about an hour yesterday. It stalled out and wouldn't start back up, so i let it sit, went back out about an hour later, started right back up, I lost daylight so had to stop. got up at 10 this morning and started it back up, it ran for about 45 mins and stalled out again. I've waited for about 2 hours now to try and start it and it will not start, i've checked the air filter, i've made sure the spark plug cover was secure, and it still won't start...any ideas?
Bad coil in it, i had bought a m2500 murray weedeater from walmart .did same thing i replaced the coil. bad when you buy something from wal mart and have to get it fixxed before you can use it. now it works fine
Posted on Jun 23, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Crank sensor. Next time it does this spray some water on it and see if it cranks. Its by the crankshaft pulley towards front of car.
Posted on Jun 17, 2009
This sounds like a plugged evap valve. Try opening the gas cap when this happens. If the evap system is malfunctioning, it will use gas, but will not let air back in to replace the liquid leaving the tank thus collapsing the tank and cutting off fuel. It then takes a while to break the vacuum in the tank. If the car starts right away when you open the gas cap, have your evap system serviced by a professional. Another quick diagnosis is to take a look at the fuel tank. If it has been collapsed there will be small creases in it.
I just had this problem on a 97 Saturn.
Posted on Jan 09, 2009
I would look to see if you got a broken ground wire!!! witch are a big thing on todays computered cars. I know you have dumped a lot of money in your lawn ornament but one unhooked or dirty ground wire not making a connection can reak havick with everything, I would chk.for ground issues like around the fuel tank and where they hook to engine to body to frame or k-member.
Posted on Apr 14, 2009
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