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Governor fails to operate
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
first check the governor linkage.The link with the governor sistem from crankcase is the lever(arm) with some holes.To encrease the sensitivity, raise the spring into the next higher hole in the arm.To descrease the sensitivity,hook the spring into a hole lower than its original position.If you need more info just tell me.
Posted on Dec 05, 2008
The easiest thing for you to do is look at any 12.5-19hp Briggs single cylinder engine that's on just about any riding mower.. They all have the same set-up.
Posted on Jun 10, 2009
The carby probably has a block either in the idle, jet or float valve. These are both internal to the carby. To fix this, you will need to pull the carby off the engine and get it serviced by a tradesman. If you feel keen, split the carby apart, then run a very small drill bit (.38-.7mm) through the Jets by hand. Also spray carby cleaner in there and blow out with air blower.
Posted on Mar 14, 2010
The large spring goes on the loop on the link that connects the govenor and carby buterfly together, the other end goes to the metal tang that sits up and moves with the hand control this tang has a long "arm" that alows you to set the high RPM. the small one goes to the same loop but conected the other end to a tang sticking up that dosent move that is closer to the fan cowling. this one isnt critical as it only a dampener. start the engine run up at Full throtle and bend the tag to set max speed 3400RPM I hope this helps
the words are getting jumbled up as Ive been doing this for the last 2 hours...:)
Posted on Jul 02, 2010
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