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How do i remove old oil to replace with new oil craftman eagel-1 model 143.954508

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SOURCE: Sears Craftman Garage door opener model # 41A3493-1

That isn't the model number you give it is the part number for the logic board. The model number is on the opposite end of the motor unit and starts with 139. If you are asking if the opener should reverse when it hits an obstacle the answer is yes. If it doesn't it is not adjusted correctly or is faulty.

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My 2 year old craftman lawnmower stopped working because it ran out of oil. I replaced the spark plug , new oil, gas and still won't start. Is it done or can it be repaired?


It's toast. Without oil the pistons get so hot they expand . It could have locked the engine up. Probably best to get a replacement engine for it.

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Replacing oil pressure sensor(oil sender unit) i saw it licking oil above oil filter


It is really hard to get to, but really easy to change.

Unhook the battery cable so you don't blow the new one when you install it. Depending on the location, you may have to remove the oil filter to be able to access the sensor.

Unplug the wire off the end of the sensor, slip a socket onto the old sensor, and unscrew it like you would a spark plug. Before you out the new sensor in make sure it has Teflon tape on the threads. I always a little more than what comes with it.

Screw in the new sensor "hand tight" - then 1/4 to 1/2 turn past hand tight; do not over tighten. Plug the wire on the end. If you removed the oil filter, replace it with new one. Last step - replace the battery cable.

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Oil pan


Hi Gerti ,
It is very easy , First lift the vehicle through jack or hydraulic lift and drain the engine oil in a pan and arrange a new engine oil filter and oil as it is better to replace( u can use the same if it is not very old). U can drain the oil by removing the drain plug ( keep it for around 1 hour so that oil from the gallerias also drain out).
After 1 hour remove the oil pan by removing all the bolts from engine and replace with the new one.
Top up the engine oil by removing the dip stick and your car must be fine.
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Will a shaft from a 14 yr old craftman lawn mower fit on a 2 year old craftman


need to have model numbers from both engines with spec numbers as well but most likely no

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What kind of oil does the craftman 20hp engine use?


Depending on the age, Most new motors 5 years old or less use 10W30. Older motors use SAE30 which is just a straight 30 oil.

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I have a craftman 17 hp riding mower. It will start and run but Then it will die like it isnt getting gas. Replaced the fuel filter and spark plug.i can let it idle for a few minutes and it seems fine. I...


Remove the bottom bowl of the carberator and replace the needle-valve and float - cleaning this area as you do so.  Sounds like the float has a hole in it or the needle valve in the carb is sticking.  Use some fuel stabilizer prior to storing for winter next time, if not the old gas turns to shellac and makes things stick.

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Need owners manual for 2.2cu in sears craftman chainsaw


Download the PDF version from http://www.hammerwall.com/Manuals/Craftsman/Description/358.352161/Craftsman%2016%20Inch%20Bar%20Gas%20Chain%20Saw/L0708268/

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LTX 1000 craftmans rider 18 hp ohv kohler back fires/gas coming


your intake vavle is stuck in the open position
remove plug and muffler squirt oil down cylinder hole and on the vavle and crank over several times to free up

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Do I need to replace everything, if I buy a new garage door open.


My 15 year old system broke down due to a worn screw drive. While parts like this can be replaced, it takes a bit of guts to work inside the motor, and the circuit board. I chose to buy a new unit. New units come with all the parts ... so you don't really save much, Depending on how old the system is, the old accessories may or may not work. Even though my old 1/2 H.P. motor was a chain drive, when I bought a new screw drive the mounting parts on the ceiling and on the wall above the door were compatable. So while you get the new parts in the box, you can use the old parts if it saves you time. I was not able to save the electic eye components as the number of wire leads was slightly different in the new model. It took me and my son about 2 hours to get the old one down and the new on up. Hope that helps. (by the way, the new chain drive is quicker and quieter)

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