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C950528160 snow blower. pull start does not engage

Starter pull cord is attached and does recoil. When pulled it does not turn over engine

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SOURCE: recoil starter will not engage engine when stater

The tooth/notches in the housing are worn out or broken,if the pull cord returns to the original position than the return spring is still good and you will only need to worry about replacing the gear/housing that attaches to the crankshaft .Good luck on the repair job ..BOB

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SOURCE: when i pull the starter cord it pulls back really hard

pull off the spark plug and spray wd40 wait 15 min to 30 min and then pull without spark plug in then put the spark plug back in and then try it

Posted on Apr 15, 2010

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