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HOW to connect throttle cable an govenor spring on a 3.5 briggs stratton push mower

Throttle cable an govenor spring how to hookup to carb. have purchased a briggs stratton push mower 3.5hp engine no springs no throttle control cable good eng. mower frame in very shape. have bought new cable and springs,need help to put on these controls

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SOURCE: spring hook-ups throttle free design carb.

Spring goes from throttle air valve to plastic lever under flywheel. Cooling fan on flywheel provides pressure to open/close throttle. As engine (fan) speeds up, pressure on lever causes throttle to close. As engine slows, throttle will open. System achieves an equilibrium very quickly.

hope it helps!

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