20 Most Recent Briggs & Stratton Prosumer 2800 PSI (Gas - Cold Water) Pressure Washer - 20324 Questions & Answers

From what i've read in the manual you need to fill both the pump and the motor. The pump itself will have a dipstick, the motor gets filled to the top. If the motor has two inlets one should fill up when you pour in the other side. Most briggs had two motor oil inlets so the motor could be used on several types of equipment. The pump itself should use about 9.6 oz

Briggs &... | Answered on Jul 03, 2018

Spark, you have. Fuel ditto, leaves timing or mixture. BTW did you try fresh gas, modern gas has alcohol in it which attracts water and destroys seals..check the junkyard for Poulan chainsaws, junk seals

Briggs &... | Answered on Mar 25, 2020

Sounds like your battery is failing. It should have 13.2 to 13.5 volts, but your problem is Cold Cranking Amps, not enough of them. Run jump leads from your car and try it. Or, take the battery off and take it to an Interstate Store, they will put the battery on an electronic tester that will test the CONDITION of the battery and in particular what the CCA is compared with what it should be. I had my car battery tested and it should have been 550CCA, but it was 420, so I replaced it because it let me down twice. CCA is king when starting is concerned, NOT voltage.

Briggs &... | Answered on Feb 27, 2020

Hola Richard Molina, quiero ayudarte con tu pregunta, pero necesito m?s informaci?n tuya. ¿Pueden agregar detalles en el cuadro de comentarios?

Briggs &... | Answered on Feb 27, 2020

Rotate the engine in the direction it runs, since the stroke sequence is intake, compression, power, exhaust, the exhaust valve will open and close followed closely by the intake. After the intake opens and closes there will be a pause before the exhaust opens and closes again.

Briggs &... | Answered on Feb 27, 2020

remove head and using a plastic mallet gently tap it after applying some oil to the shaft and push rod

Briggs &... | Answered on Jan 25, 2020

Wipe any grease and grime away from the code stamp with a cloth or moist towelette. Use a magnifying glass to see the numbers clearly.
Write down the first two numerals in the third set of numbers in the stamped code. These will range from 01 through 12 and correspond with the month of the year. January is represented by 01, February by 02, and the sequence continues through 12, which represents December.
Copy the third and fourth numerals in the last section of the code. These numbers range from 01 through 31 and correspond with the day of the month.
Note the fifth and sixth numerals of the last part of the code. These digits represent the year the engine was manufactured. For example, if the numbers are a "5" followed by an "8", the year of manufacture was 1958.
Ignore the remaining numbers in the code. They represent the assembly and plant where the engine was made and have no relevance in dating a Briggs & Stratton engine.

Briggs &... | Answered on Nov 03, 2019

Briggs & Stratton would be a likely source.

Briggs &... | Answered on Oct 31, 2019

most of the front drives have a pulley . beside the pulley is a plastic arm your cable will connect to it .. like i said most models .

Briggs &... | Answered on Jul 11, 2019

Yes, the hole is supposed to be there. When you push the bulb, your finger should cover the hole and when you release the bulb, take your finger off the hole. Your finger acts as a simple one-way valve that builds pressure in the primer system.

Briggs &... | Answered on Jul 02, 2019

Web search "briggs & stratton 422707 parts".

Several sites have B&S. You'll need 6 more digits for engine type and code.

Once you have a part number, try eBay for $ savings.

Briggs &... | Answered on Jun 30, 2019

The family number won't help you get information. You need model and code numbers. If you knew the model I can explain how to set it up. also what is this engine used on?

Briggs &... | Answered on Jun 30, 2019

Many engines today either have no drain, or a drain that you cannot get to because of the way the engine is fitted, just buy a syringe to suck the oil out, there are plenty available made to do just this job.

Briggs &... | Answered on Jun 14, 2019

If it is an older engine with standard flywheel ignition (contact breaker inside the flywheel) the coil will be grounded except when the contacts are open and even then a casual test with the average multimeter it will appear to be grounded as the coil resistance is very low; just a few ohms needing the low range of a digital multimeter to measure...

When those engines have been unused for a while it is almost certain the contact breaker and perhaps the condenser will need attention.

If it is a later engine fitted with an electronic ignition module, once the kill switch has been disconnected and the spark is still absent, it is almost certain to need a replacement module unless the flywheel has lost most of its magnetism.

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