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Honda f200 tiller hard to start as soon as you try to increase the speed it cuts out and even cuts out on idle is this some sort of fuel starvation and what could I do to rectify it ?

Wont idle and when you increase speed cuts out is this fuel starvation and what can I do to rectify it?

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Hello. you have some gunk in the carburator. Get a can of starter fluid or carburator cleaner aerosol and a helper. Remove the air filter and start it up. Spray a little starter fluid into the air cleaner to keep it running for three or four minutes and the problem should clear. If it does not clear the carburator will have to be disassembled, cleaned and rebuilt. j.

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Hi thermo259, sounds like the high speed adjustment is lean, find the high speed screw and turn it counter clockwise 1 half turn and see if that helps. Should cure it.

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Won't stay runnning?


You don't give any details of any work or checks already carried out...

Perhaps you mean the engine runs ok at speed but will not idle?
Perhaps you mean it cuts out while it is working - as if it has been switched off?
Perhaps it fades out and progressively loses power until it stops?
Please be specific and help us to help you.

There are many possibilities and insufficient room to discuss them all here but most commonly it will be caused by fuel starvation due to a blocked tank breather, a partially blocked petrol tap filter or dirt or water in the carburettor.

Slightly less commonly will be spark failure.

Applying the choke, strangler or cold starting aid as the engine begins to die might cause the engine to run better for a few seconds. If that is the case it would indicate fuel starvation.

May 22, 2016 | Garden

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The tines on a honda f220 always spin and don't change speed when clutch is engaged but speed up when throttle is increased. Adjusted cable with no luck.


I believe that unit utilizes a centrifical clutch. try decreasing the idle speed and see if the tines stop. They should then engage as throttle is increased.

Sep 24, 2012 | Honda 25cc 4-cycle Mini Tiller

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Tiller will not continue to run. It has good spark. It will start if primed through the carburator but once the prime burns off it dies.


If fuel sits in the gas tank 3 months, the fuel deteriorates and it gums up the filter in the tank. You need to put stabil in the tank. This has happened to me over and over. It is best to dump out the gasoline if you don't use the tiller within one month. Some people who use chain saws commercially dump all the gas out every day and start over the next day. The symptoms are the tiller won't run at high speed at first, then as it gums up more
it won't run even at low speed, then becomes hard to start.
The gum is hard to see. Pull out the gas line to get to the filter and change the filter. Filters are only 3 or 4 dollars at hardware stores.

Jun 01, 2012 | Honda 25cc 4-cycle Mini Tiller

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ENGINE WONT IDLE


COMMON FAULT, FLOAT IN CARB CAN STICK CAUSING FUEL STARVATION REMOVE FUEL BOWL CHECK THE FLOATS FOR FREE MOVMENT {WD40} DOES THE BIKE START THEN CUT OUT OR ONLY RUN WHEN THROTTLE TURNED AND NOT IDLE. IDLE JET IN CARB COULD BE BLOCK WITH DIRT , IF DOES NOT START AT ALL CHECK YOU HAVE SPARK AT PLUG ,REMOVE PLUG FROM HEAD PUT INTO HT LEAD HOLD AGAINST ENGINE HEAD TURN ENGINE OVER YOU WILL SEE SPARK {IF YOUR UNLUCKY YOU,LL FEEL IT } HOPE YOU SORT IT OUT GOOD LUCK {FROM AN AUTO ELECTRICIAN]

Aug 12, 2011 | Honda CRF 50 F Motorcycles

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Just bought an older Mantis 2 cycle tiller. The tines engage when the tiller is started. Of course that makes it hard to start with the tines on the ground! I don't believe it was doing this when I...


if the idle is too high the tines wont stop due to the tiller tines are run by a "centrifuigual clutch" which means when you increase the throttle speed the tines will start to turn : there are 2 adjustments you can try,1) adjust the idle screw under the carburetor where the throttle adjustment and a triangle piece of metal touch(your throttle cable wire will be attached to this triangle) ,if the triangle and idle adjustment don't touch and there's a gap between these 2 pieces close the gap by adjusting the 10mm adjusting nut,this will correctly set the idle #2) adjust the idle adjustment screw talked about above till the tines dont turn with throttle set at idle or lowest speed setting

Mar 26, 2011 | Mantis 2-Cycle Tiller

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It cuts out when the engine tips forward. When the float bowl is removed, the gas runs out onto the ground, but when tipped forward it stops, even on a full tank of gas.


When you say when tipped forward do you mean with the float and bowl on or with them off? I will suggest a few things to you without knowing the answer to my question and just hope it helps you even a little.
When bowl removed fuel runs out, (is that with the float still on?) this tells me there is no blocking of fuel in the line. The height of the float has to be set to manufacturer specs. The float itself should not be leaking. Remove float and shake it and try to feel if gas is in the float. It is difficult because float is so light and even a small amount of fuel will change the fuel level in the bowl and should be replaced. Also try to see if the float or inlet needle might be sticking or binding somehow and will not allow its full travel. Another thing might be the fuel filter and fuel line in the gas tank stuck in one position and when the tiller is tipped forward it is not picking up fuel or the filter might have come off. I hope this helps you out even a little. I will gladly answer any questions. A little more info might help also. Best regards and good luck.

Dec 20, 2010 | Honda Clutch Cable F200 F210 F260 Tiller

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Cannot get full throttle out of honda fg100 tiller engine


I have the same FG 100 tiller with the same problem. I did replace the carb with a brand new one and still can not get full RPM. It does try to go to full RPM, but drops back. I even checked the transmission and clutches very thing works very well.

Jun 26, 2010 | Honda 25cc 4-cycle Mini Tiller

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Engine bogs down when speed is increased.


Ok I have r Royobi Tiller (30CC Gas) And last year it ran fine after rebuilding the Carb. This year it was "hard starts" Idles fine, (Tiny whisps of blue smoke in exhaust with correct ratio) Even seems to run better with the choke "on" but still...at idle only. as soon as I touch the throttle...its bogs down in tune with how much gas I give it. Little throttle? Little bog down, Little more throttle? Almost stalls, a normal throttle rev? it stalls dead! Then starts right back up again in 1 pull and idles fine again!? WTF? So after cleaning a clean carb again, (twice) and seeing no change I thought I'd go look at the original diaphragm and compare it with the rebuild kit diaphragm (which is the one in the carb.) And guess what? The replacement has a larger rivet by a factor of "2". So basically it was flooding the carb, I bent the needle tang down, better but no cigar. But I could rev it half way now. A second disassemble to bend it yet a bit further and Vrooom vroom vrooom ****! So check your needle valve even though you think its 100%. (Especially if you rebuilt the carb with a kit!)

Mar 27, 2010 | Honda 25cc 4-cycle Mini Tiller

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