Question about Briggs & Stratton Garden
Gasoline-powered pressure washer needs oil in two places. The pump and the engine.
Please read your manual along with this information.
Also stop by small engine shop and double-check details.
First the pump: Pump is where you attach hoses.
-On side of pump is clear window you can see oil. Oil should fill about half way. Do not fill entirely.
-Open cap on top of pump.
-Pour oil in from top.
-Your manual should tell you which oil to use. 10-20 or 10-30 non-detergent should do.
Look for oil cap on lower side of engine
Use regular 10-W-30 motor oil.
Don't over-fill. About half way up dip stick is about right.
Never turn gasoline engine upside down to drain oil, or oil will flow into carburetor.
Posted on Oct 07, 2010
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