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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It may think you are in reverse and is killing the motor to keep you from backing up with the blade running. Look for switch that is telling it when you are in reverse, maybe it is stuck with grass or other debris. another possibility is that the blades are jammed and they are stalliing the motor. Mines stalls easily when cold.
Posted on Mar 12, 2009
a couple other checks would be to dump the carb resevoir where the float is, water under the float could be accumulated and closing the fuel off, due to density. out here on the farm we never use the gas to the last drop from the can. also the linkage between the motor fan blade, (govenor) might have been connected to the carb incorrectly. or a bad switch interlock on the mower blade.
some briggs motors are hooked wrong straight from the factory, where the throttle linkage is concerned. ( and the little spring is pretty hokey too)
Posted on May 17, 2009
Sure sounds like an elusive safety switch to me. There's usually one on the seat, the blade control, and the brake.
Posted on Jun 04, 2009
Check to see if the throttle shaft on the carburetor is actually moving (with engine off) Does it slow down when you move the throttle control on the dash?
Start it up and try moving the linkage on the governor shaft, if there is little or no resistance but the engine slows when you move it, most likely you have a broken governor gear inside the engine. Another possibility is that the screws that hold the throttle plate to the shaft have come loose and the plate is jammed in the throat of the carburetor
Posted on Sep 14, 2009
When u adj a kohler carb you adj fuel not air. Always adj the high speed then low speed. Then adj the curb idle. 1.5 turns out is a good starting point. Then tweak it after its warmed up. Hope this helps
Posted on Nov 20, 2009
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