Question about 2005 Husqvarna TE 510
It's a Husqvarna te510 2005!
It ran well after we did a engine overhaul,but then it just stopped, everything seemed fine,compression oil etc.
It had a spark so that was sorted. Then a mechanic opened the engine and found that the impellor from the waterpump has broken,so replaced that and did the rings gaskets etc. The mechanic said that there was a little bit play on the big end,but we did not replace that because it will be expensive. So the engine was put together again. But it did not want to start! Do you think that the play on the big end is the cause of this? Or is there other electrical problems???
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If the fuel line is dry after the fuel pump its usally the diaphram thats stuffed does it have a fuel tap in place? is it off? also i know with nem mowers just been come over from freight the fuel filter is full of oil for the first start up as the valves need lubrication first startup... take the fuel line off from the carb just have it hanging down for a start, then crank the mower over, you should then have fuel coming out of fuel line by then... see if that helps jay QLD AUS
Posted on Feb 24, 2009
This sounds like a classic case of pre-ignition, aka detonation and engine knock. Change to premium gas and put in a set of spark plugs that are one heat range colder than stock. It is good that you are handling this before the engine destroys itself. Yes, destroys itself. That is what pre-ignition will do. Hot carbon deposits ignite the fuel before the spark plug does. This is hard on the rod, main bearings and piston. Beat on the top of a piston with a hammer. That is what your piston will quickly look like with pre-ignition.
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Posted on Apr 23, 2009
Sounds like it could be fuel starvation. I just had a case of exact same except mine finally worsened. Most likely and what I just encountered, its your fuel line. It's a quick and simple fix and you can do it yourself. Youtube has several videos showing you how to do it. Feel your tube, if it feels soft or spongy, it's probably got cracks or even a pin hole somewhere. It's $10 and as I've learned, one of the most common fixes when saws start cutting out at full throttle or under load. My dealer said he's been through 15 of them in the past 3 months.
Posted on May 07, 2009
I too have a rancher 55 and had what sounds like the same problem this week. It would start fine but run for only a few seconds at a time. I took it all apart today and found the problem - a cracked fuel line. In the places where I could see the hose it looked fine, but it wasn't until I removed the fuel tank that I found the crack...right where it exits the tank and then goes thru the housing above it. You don't need to remove the tank to replace the hose but it is easier that way. You do have to push it thru a grommet at the top of the tank. I read some other posts about checking the tank vent to see that it's not plugged up. Mine was ok so I knew it had to be something else. The vent is in a hole about the size of a pencil and is recessed about an inch into the tank on the upper right side. Its partially covered by a plastic cap that's part of the vibration damper, which can be removed to gain access to the vent. The vent tube can then be pushed out from inside the tank with the use of long needle nose pliers, but be gentle. I just loosened it then pushed it out with a finger. I put it all back together with a new hose and its running like new again!
Posted on May 31, 2009
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