Question about Toro Garden
Need specific instructions on removing engine cover for carburator repair or replacement.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This problem has been solved! I took the covers off the machine, removed the starter and eventually replaced the drive. Apparently the drive parts were put on back ordered and took about 4 weeks to get the drive set. One thing I suggest if anyone does this is to look at the fly wheel to insure it's in good working order. The dealer I worked with said often that is chewed up (the teeth on the fly wheel) and leads to a bigger headache. Fortunately mine was just fine. The machine now works likes like new as I put in a new spark plug as well!
Posted on Mar 24, 2009
Or, you can try the easy approach. Take a 1/4" bolt about 2" long and cutoff the head. Force the bolt into the old fuel line on the fuel tank side (after removing fuel tank), push other end into new fuel line, tape the lines together well with electrical tape. Gently pull from one side and push from the other until new section of line comes through. Just did this and it too all of 5 minutes.
Posted on Dec 31, 2009
No if your belt is shredding there is something rubbing on the belt. Check the idler/tightner pulley see if it spins freely. Check make sure nothing but the pulleys are touching the belt when it is engaged.
Posted on Jan 08, 2010
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Remove the starter, then check the teeth, if the teeth
are ok, then the throwout Bering is bad, this is the part than pushes out the teeth so it contacts the
flywheel. The parts you need, teeth ,spring, throwout,
show as a kit, but you must buy them from a toro dealer, You need to have your serial #, because the parts are listed by different serial #'s. Now most times you would have to buy the whole starter, but it looks like you can get the kit. If the teeth are bad then the throwout is ok, but you still need the kit to fix your problem.
Posted on Feb 14, 2010
Reference the Toro snow blower. It may sound crazy but loosen the gas cap just a bit. I had the same issue with my snow blower and a friend gave me the solution. It works great now. Hope this works for you.
Posted on Oct 22, 2011
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