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10 hp craftsmen gentek b and s runs but back fires

Changed air cleaner changed fuel, runs better when I disconnect ohv hose to cleaner but still misfires

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The magneto is by the flywheel. Depending on the age, there maybe points under the flywheel. If so you remove the flywheel and there the points are. Sometimes bugs build cacoons between points, make them inoperable. Newer engines have electronic ignition though. Follow the small wire from the magneto coil ( where the spark plug wire goes) it will either go under the flywheel through a plastic bushing, or to an electronic module. The magneto coils do fail you can test with an ohm meter. Before that test for spark. You can remove the spark plug, and let it rest on the engine to get ground, and turn the engine over. You always need 1-spark, 2 fuel . If you have spark, see if it will hit on starting fluid, if it does, then you have a carb or fuel filter issue. Those shut off valves on the bottom of those tanks, can be a problem

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18 hp twin 2 modle# 42a707 type 2238e1 rpm revs up & down


Typically it is dirty passages inside the carburetor. Basically fuel flow is slightly restricted so the carb is working outside of its normal calibration - the governor is not controlling well outside the normal calibration. This is most common after long winter of no use.
I use carburetor cleaner. I carefully disassemble things like the fuel bowl (preserving the gaskets) and spray cleaner down the jets, through every air passage etc. (there are small air bleed holes in the carb venturi). Wear eye protection because it will squirt back at you sometimes!
Mixture screws... Screw them all the way in, counting how many turns until they bottom out. Then screw them all the way out and remove them. Spray cleaner down there as well. Re-assemble screws by bottoming them out and backing out the number of turns you counted.
Never use drills or wires to clean out passages on a carburetor. Hard metals will wear on soft brass fittings. Carburetors are calibrated! Carb cleaner in a spray can is relatively safe.

It will run 100% better (and start better as well).

Next time use fuel stabilizer (I put it in every tank because I can never predict when the 'last' time I will use it will be).

Jul 12, 2011 | Briggs & Stratton Briggs Stratton Intek V...

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I have cleaned the carb for 20 hp briggs and stratton engine and still cant get it to run


Not sure what you mean by 'run'. Engine needs fuel, spark and air to run. And the fuel has to be in an exact proportion to the air.
Air is easy, temporarily remove the air filter.
Fuel is tougher - I would recommend you get starting fluid and spray down the carb (now that you have air cleaner removed).
Spark is toughest. There are some tools that can verify there is a spark and there are some more expensive tools to verify the strength of the spark.
If you have spark, the engine should at least fire up. If the engine dies a few seconds later, you don't have fuel flow. Carburetor is still not working.
Is the carburetor fuel bowl full of gasoline? If not, check filter and needle and seat.
If you have fuel, make sure the jets are clean. The carb sucks fuel out of the bowl via jets. This empties into the carb's venturi (the throat). Take spray cleaner and spray down the little passage in the throat (not into the engine) and you should see the cleaner spray into the fuel bowl. If not, try spraying through the jets and watch the spray come into the venturi.
When air enters the engine, it causes a vacuum that sucks the fuel out. This is physics. The only way it doesn't work is if there is a clog in the system.

Jul 05, 2011 | Briggs & Stratton Briggs Stratton Intek V...

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How to change the fuel filter


Fuel Filter The filter should be inspected for external damage and/or leakage at least once a year. The fuel filter should be changed only as necessary. Toyota Motor Corporation recommends replacing the carbureted fuel filters at 15,000 miles and 30,000 miles on fuel injected models. NOTE: Fuel lines and connections, fuel tank vapor vent system hoses and fuel tank bands should be inspected every 60,000 miles or every 36 months. The fuel tank cap gasket should be replaced 60,000 miles or every 72 months.
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REMOVAL & INSTALLATION Carbureted Engines The fuel filter on carbureted engines is a plastic cylinder with two ports for the fuel. It is usually located in the engine compartment near the charcoal canister.
  1. Using a pair of pliers, expand the hose clamp on one side of the filter, and slide the clamp further down the hose, past the point to which the filter pipe extends. Remove the other clamp in the same manner. Grasp the clamps and slide them up the hose slightly above the filter ends 88271p10.jpg

  2. Grasp the hoses near the ends and twist them gently to pull them free from the filter pipe. Slide the hose off the end of the fuel filter end 88271p11.jpg

  3. Pull the filter from the clip and discard. Be carefull when removing the filter, some fuel may spill out if not held upright 88271p12.jpg
    To install:
  4. Install the new filter into the clip. The arrow must point towards the hose that runs to the carburetor.
  5. Push the hoses onto the filter pipes, then slide the clamps back into position.
  6. Start the engine and check for leaks.
Fuel Injected Engines 1993-97 MODELS
  1. Turn the ignition switch to the LOCK position. Disconnect the negative battery cable and wait at least 90 seconds before proceeding with working on the fuel system. This will depressureize the fuel system. The fuel filter can be hard to locate on these engines 88271pa1.jpg
    Fig. 4: Exploded view of the fuel filter mounting - 1993-97 models 88271g02.gif
    Fig. 5: Disconnect the negative battery cable prior to all fuel system repairs 88271g03.gif
    CAUTION
    Failure to depressurise the fuel system could cause personal injury.
  2. Disconnect the Intake Air Temperature (IAT) sensor wiring.
  3. Loosen the air cleaner hose clamp bolt, the disconnect the four air cleaner cap clips. Fig. 6: Loosen the air cleaner hose clamp bolt 88271g04.gif

  4. Spearate the air cleaner hose from the throttle body, and remove the air cleaner cap together with the air cleaner hose.
  5. Disconnect the EVAP canister hose from the charcoal canister. Fig. 7: Remove both EVAP hoses from the charcoal canister 88271g05.gif

  6. Remove the charcoal canister from the bracket.
  7. Place a suitable container or shop towel under the fuel filter. Remove the union bolt and two gaskets, then slowly disconnect the fuel inlet hose from the fuel filter outlet. Fig. 8: Remove the union bolt and two gaskets from the fuel filter, then disconnect the inlet hose from the filter 88271g06.gif

  8. Using a special wrench 09631-22020 or equivalent, disconnect the inlet pipe from the fuel filter. Remove the two bolts and the filter from the vehicle. Fig. 9: Using a special tool, disconnect the inlet pipe from the fuel filter 88271g07.gif
    Fig. 10: Remove the two filter mounting bolts, then separate the filter from the vehicle 88271g08.gif
    To install:
  9. Install the fuel filter with the two bolts and tighten them to 43 inch lbs. (5 Nm).
  10. Using the special wrench 09631-22020 or equivalent, connect the inlet pipe to the fuel filter. Tighten to 22 ft. lbs. (30 Nm). Using a torque wrench, tighten with a fulcrum length of 11.81 inch (30cm). Install the fuel inlet hose to the filter outlet using new gaskets and union bolt. Tighten to 22 ft. lbs. 30 Nm). Fig. 11: Install the filter inlet hose to the filter outlet, then tighten to 22 ft. lbs. (29 Nm) 88271g09.gif

  11. Install the charcoal canister to the bracket. Connect the two EVAP hoses to the canister.
  12. Connect the air cleaner hose to the throttle body. Install the air cleaner cap together with the air cleaner hose.
  13. Attach the IAT sensor wiring.
  14. Connect the negative battery cable. Start the engine and check for leaks. Reset any various digital equipment such as radio memory and the clock if necessary.
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On a 2-cylinder, 25 hp Briggs & Stratton INTEK twin engine (year 2002, Model 44577-0134-E1), there is a ~1.5-inch rubber hose to the top of the right OHV cover coming down from a round plastic piece in...


Ok I haven't worked on this exact model before but Im curious if the engine runs?
It sounds to me like a fuel pump that uses crankcase pulses to pump the fuel. It is very common way to pump fuel but usually the pump portion is in the carb and not the fuel line.
If it were attached to the intake Id say it was a crankcase breather.

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Oil in air cleaner


Run it minus an air filter until all the oil is off your piston head, you can also try keeping the plug out and ejecting the oil via that access by pulling the cord. It seems like you've already solved the problem, now you're just cleaning up.

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17.5 hp briggs & stratton OHV has fire to the plug but not getting gas to plug.


check your filter hoses and lines. then check your carburetor, its problem has a bad needle and seat especially if sat for long time. before installing seat kit flush in tire fuel sys with car cleaner

Oct 14, 2009 | Briggs & Stratton Garden

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Motor stops after heated up


Try and blow out the air finns with a air hose. and just blow all around it so it can get air to threw the air finns. do it while its cool and you can use a garden hose. Don't go crazy and hit the fuel tank air filter no more than you have to. I use air first than hose, Then air once more. let it set about two hours and fire it up.
I hope this will be of some help.
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B&S engine backfires, runs better with choke 1/2 out under load??


Check your rockers inside valve covers. They some time work loose. If they are loose the push rod will fall off rocker and cause the problem.

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