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Im install new rings on piston how put the engine in time... for run...I see some marks but not now the alightment..

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SOURCE: Honda GX390 stalling in go cart

I believe its the the oil sensor. The engines are equipped with a low oil sensor and when you go around turns, accelerate, decelerate, the oil will flow from side to side and throw the sensor off, causing the engine to shut off. Remember, this is because the engine is from a pressure washer and pressure washers arent meant to be driven LOL.

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SOURCE: timing a 13 hp GX 390 Honda engine

I believe it is either one but if you are not sure, stick a screw driver in an see if it comes out with oil on it. Does one not have an oil level stick attached to the cap?

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you fill the oil up to the dipstick hole,just so it doesn't over flow out.

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SOURCE: We have a Honda GX390

sounds like the high pressure pump is at fault,, or it could be a bad valve,, you can buy a rebuild kit for the pump and bebuild it your self -- but for just a few dollars more it is sometimes best to take it to a repair shop and have them give the whole unit a good once over just in case there could be something else that might need attention,, ( in the long run this is not a bad idea as this will ensure a longer/trouble free life of the unit ). the turn around time for this service at a repair shop is about 2 to 3 days and the cost of the pump repair and service will be between 85 to 125 dollars ( depending on where you live and what the shops hourly rate is ).

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