Question about Briggs & Stratton Briggs Stratton Intek V - Twin Vertical Ohv Engine with Electric Start 22 Hp, 1" X 3 5/32" Shaft, ModelNo. 44K777 - 0027 - E1

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I have an Intek 465cc B&S engine. When I try to start the engine, the engine rotates one or two revolutions and stops. If i manually move the engine in the oposite direction numerous time, it will finally continue toi rotate until it starts. When it starts, burned oil is dicsharged from the exhaust. Can anyone give a clue what's wrong. Thanks, Sam

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  • samgolladay Jun 30, 2009

    Thanks for your advice. The gas I used is old. I will follow your advice tomorrow and hope this solves the problem. I removed the spark plug and the engine turned freely. I suspect you are right on. The gas is not igniting and probably causing to much compression.



    Sam

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Have u checked the fuel filter

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    here's what I
    suggest. The most common thing causes that you are describing is contaminated fuel. If a visual inspection does not reveal anything, I would drain the tank and the all the way back to the carburetor. Since I can't be sure where you're
    fuel pump is, you'll have to find it on your own. its either a round or
    square "gizmo" thats usually mounted on the left side blower housing
    near the carb. It will have 3 lines going to it. One in, one out and
    one vacuum line which I don't want you to disturb. After draining,
    re-fill the tank with fresh fuel. You're going to have to find a pump
    oiler, fill it with gas and manually "prime" the line from the pump
    back to the tank. The fuel pump will not normally develop enough vacuum
    to pull fuel all the way on its own. Thats why I recommend priming.
    After that you can remove the line that goes from the pump to the carb
    and prime that also. That way theres no air in the system to worry
    about. Then get yourself new plugs (or plug) depending on whether its
    one or two cylinders and a new air filter. Actually, I should have told
    you to put a new fuel filter
    Unless there is a failed component, such as your carb or fuel pump (if it is fuel related) this should get you going.


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