Question about Karcher 2500 PSI Pressure Washer
Most hondas have a fuel tap near the carbie.hondas need full choke,before theyll start.connect the water to the pump[so you dont damage the pump trying to start it],then release the trigger,releasing the pressure,full choke,full throttle,fresh fuel,should go.you dont need a carb kit,most of the seals are rubber o rings,take bowl off,reove main jet,and take out emulsifier tube,clean small holes with fine wire,etc,and reassemble.good luck
Posted on Jul 09, 2010
If it's been sitting for 3 years most likely the carb is gummed up. If it's getting spark, you could try a small shot of starting fluid into the carb. If it runs on this you know it's a fuel problem. Best bet would get all the MOTOR data, and buy a carb kit from you local lawn and garden equipment parts supplier. . Remove carburator and clean and install kit. Use sta-bil when you put it away next time, but even that only works about a year or so.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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