Question about Husqvarna Lawn Tractor 48" Deck, 23 Hp, Model# Yth2348
Husqvarna Lawn Tractor 48'' Deck, 25 Hp Kohler Command, Model # GTH2548. Started backfiring after mow and shut off. Then last few mows it seemed it had loss power. Now engine sputters and hard to idle so I pulled the air filter and noticed gas there is spitting out and motor chugs. Tried to see if maybe there was someway to adjust amount of gas coming into the carb but this is a first time seeing, attempting to work on or even looking at a small engine. Pretty handy at fixing things but sure would like advise from someone who has been around the block.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 48 inch deck problems
a lot of problems here.try this.[grass buildup]. usually cause by damp grass or blades not going fast enough to throw into box.engine cutout is then caused by grass jamming blade[s]. backfire is usually too much choke or wrong petrol/air mixture.re bent grass.try cutting driving in reverse[if strip is wide cos of back tyre then blade is uneven.]
Posted on Jul 21, 2009
Under the mower below the seat of the rider, at the rear of the tractor, look up and you will find the transmission there. There is a belt that runs on the pulley under there, and this belt can slip off when it gets worn or stretched. Sort of a tough spot to get to but, that is most probably cause.
Let me know,
Posted on Apr 11, 2010
SOURCE: Husqvarna riding mower w/20 hp
There is gas smell in the carburetor because the engine is not starting and carburetor is flooding.
As first thing ensure that there is spark, pull the spark plug wire and put the end near to engine block while cranking. You will see the spark. If there is no spark, check distribution coil and wires.
If there is spark, check if there is fuel pressure, if there is smell from carb, then the fuel pressure should be Ok.
Once you are sure that the pump is doing its job, and that there is pressure, check the carburetor settings. The mixture is probably too rich or too lean, and for that reason it is not igniting.
If it is not a matter of carburetor settings, then the carb must be taken apart to check carburetor filter.
To get parts and diagrams see: Outdoor Distributors - Lawn Mower Parts
Posted on Sep 26, 2010
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