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SOURCE: i have a 17hp briggs and stratton vertical intek

adjustment with 4000 feeler gauge
adjust top valve when the bottom valve is fully compressed and than with the top valve fully compressed adjust the bottom valve the same way.
very easy But remember to losen the center tork screw before adjusting the rocker arm nut

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Easy things to check, flywheel key, make sure it is not broken, check the coil gap to the flywheel. could be the coil is not advancing. Check, if it has one, the oil sensor by unplugging it. hope this helps.

Posted on Apr 14, 2010

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