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In Reply to: briggs fuel pump operation posted by Rock2000 on Monday, November 07, 2016:
to better determine what component is in trouble, try placing several shots of rattlecan carb cleaner directly into carb throat while cranking engine normally ( will need an assistant).
If engine pops or tries to run, you do have a fuel delivery problem.
Next, remove fuel line at carb and place same into catch can. remove sparkplug wires and then crank engine while observing fuel flow being pumped from fuel pump.
If flow is good, you have a carb problem. if not, fuel pump problem. Before tearing things apart again, make sure you have adequate documention of what goes where - very easy to get mixed up.
- Re: briggs fuel pump operation Rock2000 Tuesday, November 08, 2016
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