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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
STARTER MOTOR insert starter place bolts into lug holes in starter thread into matching holes on the engine (if bolt is too long and, bottoms out try another bolt
attach wires to the solenoid you're done
torque the bolts to 35 foot lbs.
Posted on Sep 05, 2009
A very common problem with the GX series with Kawasaki engines. The carburetor 'inlet needle' sticks open and fills the crankcase with fuel. When checking the oil, it can be difficult to see the gasoline and the level appears to be OK. Remove the dipstick and smell the oil, you may detect a gasoline smell. Also, drain the oil, and you may find much more fluid than you expect.
The solution on newer mowers was to install an 'in-line' shut-off valve to keep the fuel from syphoning into the carburetor. The inlet needle and seat in the carburetor is NOT replaceable, so a new carburetor is the ultimate solution, but VERY expensive. Installing and using an in-line shut-off valve is more affordable.
Also, this situation is common when machine is transported on a trailer, as the bouncing causes the needle/seat to leak. When transporting, always turn off the fuel supply to the carburetor.
Posted on Nov 08, 2009
Locate voltage regulator above battery to the left as you sit on machine,its behind frame that supports steering wheel.Once you have found it use a light to shine on harness and follow the brown wire that leads into regulator.The plastic around that wire should not be burnt or showing any other color.The LX series machines had a problem with brown wire coming loose and causing the charging light to stay on.Remove plug from reg and use small screwdriver to clean out wire and work it a little so it makes good contact.
Posted on Nov 13, 2009
It hooks onto the fork.
NOTE: Remove the plunger from the solenoid.
Move the gear to position the fork as close to the solenoid plunger as possible.
Hook over the fork,
Re-insert plunger into solenoid
'a light film of grease could be applied to the plunger, but not TOO much'
Posted on Nov 20, 2009
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