Question about Troy-Bilt Garden
Tc200 troy-bilt mini tiller light spark,new coil still not enough to start it.
i have replaced the coil with a new one, have the gap set right, but hardly any spark?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You likely have a clutch problem, never saw one that a simple adjustment would fix. I'd take off the tiller (there are two bolts that hold the tiller portion to the transmission, and check to make sure the clutch is sliding in and out. My hunch is either the lever is loose on the shaft or the allen-head little bolt that they use to shift the clutch has come out. Be sure to grease the clutch while you're in there.
This should be covered in your owners manual. Shame on them if they didn't mention this.
Posted on Jun 14, 2009
On the old Gardenways Horse the serial number is stamped into the top of a little flange on the side of the transmission just to the right (viewed from behind) of where the handles attach. It may be covered in gunk so a douse of mineral spirits and a little scraping will reveal it.
You can download the manual and parts list from the Troybuilt site. Enter "HORSE" for the model and the serial number.
Posted on Aug 06, 2009
Pull several times with choke set full if spark plug is not wet you have carborator issue. If spark plug is wet you probably have a bad connection to spark plug in boot or issue with spark lead. Pull spark plug, replug into lead, lay on head and pull rope to see if you have spark. Do not hold onto plug or you may get shocked.
Posted on Aug 21, 2009
Knife333 is right, the hub pin method he described is the only way to disengage the wheels. The gearbox is not designed to be shifted in/out of gear, it is engaged full time. Foward and reverse movements are controlled by the drive belt direction only.
Posted on Dec 05, 2009
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