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Hit stump with lawn mower, engine has no compression, replaced particially sheared key, still no compression, what do i need to do? Engin is 12.5 briggs

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You may have a broken connecting rod. Remove the spark plug and see if you can observe movement in the piston. if you can turn the crank and the piston follows ... it is probably OK. You are saying no compression which would indicate no piston movement due to broken con rod.

I could be wrong ...

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Posted on May 31, 2010

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