Question about Honda 25cc 4-cycle Mini Tiller
After about ten minustes of use the engine begins to choke out. I have to throttle up and down to keep it running. I can never use full throttle after that because the engine cuts off.
This seems to be a common issue as of late, i'd tighten up your idle adjustment so you can run at full throttle with no issue. The tiller's oil should be at the lower lip of the dip stick's access threading while the unit is laying face down (gas tank down). Clean up your carb as well and change your plug/filter, if this doesn't work than you're probably looking at some simple carb adjustments, but the fact it dies after 10 minutes of use makes me think it's running either dirty or too rich.
Posted on Apr 16, 2010
Check the fuel cap. There is a valve that lets air into the tank as fuel is sucked out. Mine was gummed up. Clean it out and it now works fine.
Easy to test - run the tiller without the fuel cap. Obviously be careful about getting dirt in the tank or explosive fumes. If it works fine with the fuel cap off, clean or replace.
Posted on May 17, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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