Question about Briggs & Stratton Ignition Kit 2-8 HP Engines with Breaker Point Ignition #5012D
Remove the pull chord assembly, under is the flywheel....remove the 3/4" nut...spray the shaft with WD-40...tap the flywheel gently while lifting the flywheel upwards it should "po" suddenly if its frozen(rusted) onto the shaft get a puller simple to R&R.
Check the "keyway" for wear ..if worn causes the engine to pull your arm out of socket and backfire etc.
Replace the "Key" with a 50 cent part from local hardware store bring in the old one to match up.
Posted on May 13, 2011
You need a flywheel puller tool. You can rent them at most auto parts stores for a few dollars a day. Be advised that flywheels can be very hard to remove, and can come off suddenly and violently when using a puller, keep your face away.
Posted on May 05, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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