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I have an Ariens ST724 7hp snowblower (model:924075 serial 005629) that needs to have the starter cup, recoil, and the 4 bolts that secure the recoil replaced. The problem is all of these parts are NOT listed on any of the parts diagrams I have seen online so far. Do I need the engine number to order these parts? And if so, where is the engine number? I've looked and can't find it because of all the rust on my snowblower.
In order to order engine you must look-up the engine itself. If this blower still has the original engine then it is a
Recoil Part Number TEC590604 Image This item has been discontinued by Tecumseh, part number STE150-003 will work but does not have the handle cup.
Original Tecumseh Part
Replaces Tecumseh 590604 and 590605
Fits Models: H, HS, HSK
For use on Snow King Models
RECOIL STARTER ASSEMBLY TECUMSEH 590420A
Posted on Nov 10, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
here is a site that may help you. I hope so, these things can be a real pain in the neck. let me know if you need any more help, I would be glad to help you.
Posted on Mar 12, 2009
on some blowers you have to remove the front auger sya in order to change the belt. it a pain. look down from the top to see if you have room to slid the belts throw, if not remove the front auger
Posted on Oct 12, 2009
Andy, Hi, well I would start at the Starter myself, usually the thing called the "Bendix" spring jams up and stops it dead. Pull of the Starter, and power it up, off the unit. This will show you if it snaps in and out.
Sometimes a few judicious whacks with a soft hammer will sometimes free up the spring, if thats is indeed what's wrong. Anyway try that first. before any disassembly.
Make sure the Motor CAN actually be turned, by turning the flywheel, this should show you if the Motor is "Free" enough to move.
Also check ALL electrical connection to the starter. Use a meter and see if you are actually getting a voltage to the starter too. make sure your starter battery is good too.
Below is your support site, for any manuals or parts required. http://www.briggsandstratton.com/maint_repair/
Posted on Jul 21, 2010
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