Question about kawasaki Garden
The mower constantly surges and drags while trying to mow
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: engine speed surges
Surging engines in lawn mowers are usually related to a lean fuel/air mixture. With today's environmental concerns, the carburetors on these engines are set with a very lean mixture (to reduce air pollution). Furthermore, they usually put limiter caps on the carburetors where you cannot easily adjust the mix to get the engine to run better.
If there are adjustment screws on the carburetor, try turning the high speed adjustment screw a bit counter-clockwise (if the limiter cap will allow it). This will enrich the fuel/air mix a bit and might help the engine run a bit better.
Posted on Oct 11, 2009
Testimonial: "Thanks, I think I can figure out which is the High speed jet, it's the other one besides the one that restricts the throttle from going below a level."
That is a fuel problem caused by stale gas you will need to remove and clean the carb with carb cleaner.
Posted on Jan 08, 2010
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