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while motors warm up the computer supplies information so the motor works well. After it warms up the computer is guided by sensor information. It sounds like a sensor is going bad. Try to get a scanner reading which might show which sensor. The two main imputs to fuel are oxygen sensor and temperature sensor. Real common for O2 sensor to go bad.
Something is locked in the transmission--can you turn the inner tub manually? Also, try to turn the driven pulley (the motor and belt driven). The problem could be anything from a seized bearing to a broken gear. Don't keep trying the motor while things are locked up, you could burn it out.
Check your automatic choke ... a cold mower needs more choke, and the auto-choke should release when the motor warms and runs smoothly. If the choke is sticking, the motor will die when it gets warmed up, then start again after it cools down.
under the hood of the car on the passenger side you will see a round motor sticking up.thats the blower motor there should be 3 screws holding it in place and one plug to unplug.you lift the old motor out and put the new one in in its place