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Briggs and Stratton 24 hp twin intake melt - Measuring Tools & Sensors

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SOURCE: Briggs and Stratton 22hp v twin OHV smoking badly

First thing to do is pull your dipstick and check for broken or missing O-ring also as you pull it, look to make certain that it was seated properly and all the way locked. If either condition exists, you will be leaking into the crankcase which will cause your symptoms

Posted on Sep 14, 2009

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these are common for doing this ,if you dont want to pull it down and hone the cyl. then i would use a heavier oil say 20w/50and that will probabley solve your problem

Posted on Oct 25, 2009

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SOURCE: Briggs Stratton Intek V - Twin Vertical Ohv Engine with Electric Start 22 Hp, 1" X 3 5/32" Shaft, ModelNo. 44K777 - 0027 - E1: LOOKING FOR A DEW CROSS REF OIL FILTERS TO REPL. C...

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SOURCE: Briggs and Stratton Intek V

Misfiring could be caused by simple things like fouled or worn out sparkplugs or an ignition system that is slightly faulty or Fuel problems such as dirty or stale fuel or clogged filter causing a leam mixture. Some B & S motors have an switch that cuts the Ignition if the oil pressure or oil level is low.
Another cause could be the Valve clearances are out of adjustment.
Armed with your Engine Number, visit the B & S Website for comprehensive information and specifications as well as a good FAQ listing.

Posted on Sep 17, 2010

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SOURCE: briggs & Stratton 18 hp v-twin engine surges

I put a new carburator kit in a Briggs & Stratton 18 HP Twin. But did not replaced the needle nor the new seat that came with kit, because I did not know how to remove it and did not to damage it. now the gas over flows

Posted on Nov 06, 2010

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