Question about kawasaki Fh680vgs24 23hp 23 Hp Lawn Mower Engine Motor ()
I just purchased a ******* SD 60 mower with a 24 hp Kawasaki engine. We purchased Friday and after only 4.5 hrs of use the engine is making a vibration noise
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Using a lighter viscosity engine oil can make all the difference. Try something on the order of a 5W-30 for ambient temperatures of 60F or below. Of course, it could also be that your starter solenoid is in the early stages of failure. You can easily check it by using a large screwdriver to bridge the two large cable connections on the top of the solenoid. If the starter spins when you do this, then the solenoid is bad.
Posted on Dec 07, 2009
SOURCE: 1999 kawasaki Drifter Vibration
I have owned my 1500 since new, the vibration around 50mph I would say is normal for this motor..I think it is just the resonance of the engine at this RPM...On my own bike I replaced the U joint( which wasn't defective) wheel balance and brg problems eliminated,etc. As for the remaining vibration by pulling in the clutch and the vibs go away.Gagets stated in an
e-mail it could be rubber harmonic balancers in the engine that got brittle may be the problem..Also I think worn motor mounts may contribute to the problem. My only concern is getting stuck somewhere...My drivetrain is ok so I'll live with a little vibration until I have to take the engine apart for some reason.
Posted on Feb 15, 2010
Testimonial: "Thanks alot! Also is yours the 99'?...I heard they have a defective clutch (mines slipping) I wonder if that may be a contributing factor???"
Find a different dealer...The problem doesn't have a "101" type of solution. Being able to fix the problem requires knowing what you're looking at and recognizing what's out of adjustment. There isn't a "base line" to start at. A few shop tools are needed. Especially a tachometer. A rack type assembly under the carburetor, where the cables attach, can be moved as a whole unit to adjust how the springs effect the governor, which in turn, changes how the governor controls the carburetor. Yours is set too low, with too much tension, and the springs are too tight.
Find a better dealer...
Posted on May 19, 2010
It sounds like the seat safety switch is the problem. Tilt up the seat and make sure the plug to the seat switch isn't loose or off completely, and that the switch is firmly mounted. If everything seems ok, remove the switch and test it with a multimeter. The circuit between the switch terminals should close when you press in the button. If not, replace it. Good luck!
Posted on Jun 04, 2010
Hello. The usual cause of carb "hunting", is a weak governer spring. Although it might look fine it may not be and I would replace it. Another possible cause is a float problem. Finally it could also be the fuel filter or a chunk of debris in the carburator.
Posted on Jun 08, 2010
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