Question about Troy Bilt Pony 6.5 Hp Rear Tine Tiller
Check in line filter, if none, pull the line off at the carb, if no gas flow, blow into the tank to remove the restriction. If the tank is full of rust, remove it, dump out the gas, fill the tank with sharp rock pebbles the size of peas to a 1/8 inch of the bottom. Shake the pebbles around in the tank till all the rust is loosened. Dump out the pebbles, wash the tank throughly with water and pour out on a white rag until all rust and pebbles are not visable on the dump rag. Dry the tank in the sun, then reassemble. Remove bowl on carb to acertain fuel flow to the bowl, and it is also clean. If motor still runs inconsistantly, drop the center nut again that holds the needle jet, this should clear the problem.
Posted on Jun 24, 2009
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