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Model # 380447-0155-e1.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
yep its a briggs and normaly there very good ploders
if your john deere spluters and back fires it needs a good looking at check the valves first,,,a hand full of bolts and the heads off and if your carfull you can still use the same head gasket again,,,also check the carb there very finiky and need to be kept clean the air filter is a joke,,,but clean it anyhow and they like new plugs,,,every ten years or so? iv worked on 100s of brigss and stratons/vanguard. there good engines but there ploders not sprinters there ok in a tractor but no good in a tank there to darn slow
Posted on Mar 28, 2010
The starter may need shims between the engine and starter to permit the relative gears to release. Compare the two starters, if you still have the old one, for shaft length and bendix construction. Hope this helps!
Posted on Jun 06, 2010
Testimonial: "drallim, Everything checks out, cannot believe I've received 2 bad solenoids from NAPA. I had bought a new one and exchanged it because it seemed the switch was sticking. Still have not solved problem. Thank you for your time and efforts. Tim"
It will probally be your valve setting might be off so pull the valve covers off and try setting your valve lash
Heres the factory settings
.006 on Intake
.008 on Exhaust
Posted on Oct 26, 2010
SOURCE: I have a 23 hp
It is starving for fuel. Replace the fuel filter first thing. Clean or replace the air filter. Also purchase a can of Seafoam or Techron fuel treatment. Follow the directions on the can and put some in a full tank of fuel. After running this full tank if you still have the problem then you may need the carburetor adjusted or cleaned out. I would advise you to seek professional help in accomplishing this.
Posted on Aug 08, 2011
it sounds like a fuel starvation problem it is very possible theres a blocked vent in the carb. the carb will probably will need rebuilding not very difficult
Posted on Apr 09, 2012
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