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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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The white smoke may have been caused by having water in the fuel, or fuel tank [due to condensation or exposure to rain and snow]. It may have been that the mower got tipped for cleaning purposes, blade inspection, etc. and oil from the low lying oil pan got into the piston.
Either way, I recommend installing a brand new spark plug and new gasoline [you can purchase a little gas siphoning hose for a dollar or so at any auto parts store] If you have gasoline left over in a can from last year it is safe to use it in your car as it mixes with lots of new gas, but not in your small mower tank as it is basically outdated fuel.
Posted on May 19, 2009
SOURCE: Have to choke to keep running
this is not hard to do here is what you need , 1 can of carb cleaner anykind will do , a 10 mm rench to remove the bowl 7/16 socket . now remove the carb take a good look where the spring is before you take the carb off it muct go back in the same hole , now that you have it off take the bowl off remove the float place to the side here is the fun part look in the carb you will see some small hole spray them this will clean all of the old gas out if you can let it set for about 10 min then do it again blow out with air if you have one nothing else to do but reinstall this works most of the time ...Good Luck..
Posted on Aug 16, 2009
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
A few more things to check.
1. The oil level. If the oil level is low the oil level sensor will ground the ignition.
2. Check the wiring from the seat safety switch to make sure it is connected.
3. Follow the black wires from the ignition control module to make sure none of them are chaffing and do not have a chassis ground.
If you still have problems disconnect ONE lead from the oil level sensor and see if you have spark. Most of the time these oil level sensors are the common failure.
Posted on Apr 30, 2010
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