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I took the front off to try and clean. When i did the wiring came unplugged. They are not color coded. So i don't know what wire goes where. Need diagram to put back together. This is on a Mcculloch fh160b pressure washer.

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  • howie69 Feb 23, 2009

    I was trying to clean out the cob webs and dirt. When the front came off the eletric wires that go from the switches onthe front to the eletric pump on the inside came unplugged. They are put together with male and female spade connectors. They are not color coded. So i cannot tell what wire goes to what wire.

  • JERRY ABELL
    JERRY ABELL May 11, 2010

    hello mr h, could you please tell me what front of what you removed,what wires are you talking about.

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SOURCE: % hp Honda Motor runs on choke

Dear LC39B,
Is it possible you are blaming the wrong part of the machine? Did you try the Honda Motor on its own? I am asking , because if the pump of the washer has some fault or a bit jammed, this will demand a lot of power from the Honda. You can try the Honda with no water connection and no gun.
Regarding the Honda motor, you should check the electrical system also. I am saying this because you did not mention it, in your service procedure.
Regards,
MG.

Posted on Nov 05, 2008

SOURCE: drained the gear oil out of pump

Yes, fill'er up.

Posted on May 03, 2009

SOURCE: runs fine gc160 wont give me any pressure. i took

if you give us a bit more information we may be able to assist!

is it a pressure washer you are trying to get running.
the number you give is the model number of the honda engine. 5.5 hp honda domestic use.

what does the pump look like. etc

Posted on Jul 19, 2009

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SOURCE: need wiring diagram for Landa T1011. It has a

info@landa.com

Send a request to the email above, they will email a pdf of the wiring diagram

Posted on Sep 20, 2009

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SOURCE: I need a manual for a McCulloch pressure washer

Your manual can be downloaded from here:
http://weborder.husqvarna.com/order_static/doc/MOUS/MOUS2006/MOUS2006_7096H18A01.pdf

If the above link does not work start here: http://www.mccullochpower.com
Which should get you to this page where you type in FHH18A as the model number

http://www.mccullochpower.com/node7877.aspx (Use for ANY McClloch

Course of last resort.... Call them at this number: 1-800-521-8559

Thanks for choosing FixYa,

Kelly

Posted on Oct 18, 2010

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