Question about Craftsman Garden
Sounds like your starter is over heating.
1) make sure that there is adequite air flow to the starter and surrounding engine components from the fly wheel.
*in other words no grass or foreign debris obstructing the engine air flow.
2) make sure the batter terminals are good and tight.
3)make sure the starter cyliniod isnt bad.
*and also the wire's to the cyliniod are good tight.
Posted on Jun 24, 2009
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