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Where to find diagram of throttle linkage / spring for Craftsman 6.5HP mower 917.376070?

I have a small spring whose exact location I don't know, i.e. where it goes...governor, throttle? It popped off while I was trying to correct a problem with alternating normal- and low idle.

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Hope this helps where to find diagram of throttle linkage / spring - 2785c09c-e985-4f0d-a6f2-4e43122d3214.jpg

Posted on May 06, 2014

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SOURCE: Throttle doesn't work properly

try sears.com go to parts and enter your mod# from under your seat IE:358. and so on.
Look around for prompts and info for you mower from your entered mod#

Posted on May 25, 2009

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SOURCE: Craftsman mower with 20hp B&S Intek won't start/run

That throttle cable issue sounds like it may be the culprit. the cable housing (the outer casing for the wire throttle cable) may not be anchored correctly. Which may be allowing you to move the throttle without any change at the butterfly control on the carb. make sure the cable housing is anchored at both ends.. by the throttle control and at the carb area.. That may be your problem... hope it is that simple...
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Posted on Jul 23, 2009

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SOURCE: have a craftsman 18.0hp riding lawn mower. Has a

Most likely it is the governor spring but you could have a stiff throttle shaft or a needle that is not closing properly allowing the carb to flow too much fuel into the engine.

Posted on Sep 20, 2009

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SOURCE: Craftsman 22hp 7500 zero turn mower 3years old.

Be careful - running ungoverned will quickly destroy the engine. Look at the carburetor throttle lever. There should be two linkages attached -- one from the manual throttle lever, another from the governor. The linkage to the governor is usually a spring. Perhaps that came off or broke, or a foreign object is wedged in there.

Posted on Jul 15, 2010

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SOURCE: craftsman ys4500 mower-- starts great and runs ok at low speed but at full throttle sputters and pops and of course loses power

sounds like your choke is not opening up all the way fast easy test,take a sharpe pen and mark priar adjustment on choke cable. next; remove cable from carb,then hold chokeopen start give full throttle{no difference} carb kit

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>>Send me the Make, Model and Type or Spec Numbers Off the Engine, Please. With these I can Locate the Proper Manual and Better Assist you.
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