Question about Honda Garden
This is a G50 Honda engine on a mid- tine tiller. I get an extremely weak spark when shorting the ht lead to earth but not enough at all when the plug is connected. Machine has not been run for 10 years but worked fine at last use. Has the coil insulating lacquer degraded inside it thus shorting out much of the windings? If so and not repairable where can I get another and is there a part number? Machine is 35 years old +. THanks
Sounds like coil is bad get a new one go to Honda Mower Parts you can find the right coil
Posted on Dec 31, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I am not sure either, but I think that it would be alot cheeper to buy a new tiller, than to use your strenght fixing a old tiller that you didn't bother to keep the instructions for (no, I am not trying to be harsh. I am trying to be nice. and I am not sure about it coming with instructions, they usually do.)
Sorry, that is the closest picture that I can get.
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Posted on May 14, 2009
I took the transmission apart and the gears were fine. The friction pads on the centrifugal clutch don't seem to make full contact with the drum. Does anyone know what the thickness of the friction pads are suppose to be? I used some belt dressing on the pads and got some movement on the tines. With no wear on the gears, I guess I'll be replacing the clutch.
Posted on May 24, 2009
Well hopefully it's not the transmission, as sometimes these tend to go. Another common but cheaper repair are the two bearings where the tines connect to the unit.
MORE THAN LIKELY.. The bearing is located above the worm gear housing, the part connected to the tines beneath the guard. This removal can be somewhat frustrating but if you remove it and remove the engine flange you'll be able to manually spin the drive shaft and see if it's the worm gear housing/lower bearings or if it's the more likely bearing on the clutch drum or the clutch itself.
Posted on Apr 16, 2010
I had similar problem recently with 2007 Huskee MTD series 410. The shift assembly bent and couldn't move the clutch collar all the way over on the drive shaft.
Posted on May 27, 2010
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.
Posted on Jun 16, 2010
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