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Recoil Part Number TEC590604 Image
This item has been discontinued by Tecumseh, part number STE150-003 will work but does not have the handle cup.
Original Tecumseh Part
Replaces Tecumseh 590604 and 590605
Fits Models: H, HS, HSK
For use on Snow King Models RECOIL STARTER ASSEMBLY TECUMSEH 590420A
start from bottom crankshaft pulley and ac compressor turn belt tensioner counterclockwise or lift forward then run pulley belt around crankshaft pulley and around AC compressor,run pulley belt around power steering pump then around alternator,once drive belt around alternator you done make sure drive is center of crankshaft pulley and AC compressor pulley.and belt back is center against water pump pulley before releasing the belt tensioner.
i don't have a diagram but the belt goes around the trans pulley and around the engine pulley and the pulley from the clutch pedal goes under the top section of the belt pulling up in the center hope that helps you
the first thing to do it locate the under hood diagram that shows the belt route. if there isn't one than be sure to make note or make your own diagram of the belt position and how it "snakes" around the pulleys and in what order. the next thing you need to do is locate the tension pulley. once you know which pulley is the tensioner you place a wrench and socket on the bolt in the center of that pulley. and turn it counter clockwise as you do you should notice the belt getting some slack as this happens slip the belt off the most accessible pulley. after you get the belt off the pulley be careful not to pinch your wrench on anything.once the tensioner has been released pull the belt out from around the other pulleys and replace with the new on pulling it around all but the most accessible pulley at which point you can reapply tension to the tension pulley and pull the belt around the last pulley before releasing and putting full tension on the belt take a good look and be sure that the belt is on all of the pulleys correctly then let off and voila thats that hope this helps