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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If it is a small horsepower engine 4, 5, 6 HP, it will take approximately 20 ounces. If it is a larger engine8, 9 ,10, 11, 12 and on up it will take from 40 to 48 ounces
Posted on Sep 15, 2009
I assume you replace the coil due to the fact you didn't have any spark. If so, make sure you have the leg gap to flywheel correct. 12 thou should get you spark. However, if still no spark, check out the switch at the lower section of the cable. May only need an adjustment there, as the old cable do stretch with time and the gap is now incorrect. Make sure when you engage the cable that the switch isn't still grounded. Also, check the flywheel key to make sure it's not sheared off. Good luck
Posted on Oct 09, 2009
SOURCE: On a Honda GV100 lawnmower
You need to clean or rebuild your carburetor. If you're so inclined to do it yourself, there are many great videos on youtube. Here's a good one that shows a Tecumseh carb, but they are all basically the same once you get them off the machine. The problem I have with the Honda's is aligning all the parts and gasket when putting them back on. Here's the link and you can search for more. As I said, there are plenty of videos, and once you do one, successfully, you'll get the hang of it. Otherwise, take it to a professional for a good cleaning. Best of luck.
Posted on Jul 02, 2011
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