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CHECK SAFETY SWITCH UNDER THE SEAT
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This could be caused by not enough air getting into the system, not enough fuel getting into the system, or the fuel/air mix not burning well enough once it gets into the cylinder. It`s probably a clogged air filter. Could also be a clogged fuel filter or a bad spark plug.
Check that all the safety switches are working correctly, it is possible the seat switch is bad or loose plug/ bad wire. Also if battery weak or charging system weak/faulty the clutch will stall out engine, charge battery up with charger and try.
If the engine will idle but dies at full throttle the main jet in the carburetor may be plugged. You can repair a plugged main jet by cleaning it, replacing the jet, or replacing the carburetor. If you choose to clean or replace the main jet, you will also want to clean the rest of the carburetor.
Clutch pedals in manual cars stay on the floor if there`s a failed clutch release bearing, slave cylinder, clutch master cylinder, or clutch linkage.
If either of them are failing, they can both whine or cause a rotational noise, and they put additional drag on the engine while the clutch pedal is pressed, potentially causing the stalling you are experiencing. In both cases, the transmission (or engine) must be removed to repair this.
A Dirty Carburetor Can Cause a Lawnmower To Start Then Die
By far, the most common issue that causes a stalled motor is a dirty carburetor. The carburetor on your engine is the thing that draws in air and mixes it with the fuel. Contrary to what the movies might make you think, gasoline itself is not very flammable.
Powershift PTO engagement problems could be from blocked hoses or fittings, bad connections or ground or the solenoid. Mechanical PTO engagement problems could originate from low air pressure, improper cable installation or back lash too tight.
Power take-off (PTO) clutches provide a mechanical disconnect between the power created by gas and diesel engines or electric motors to another piece of equipment. The PTO clutches enable the transmission of that energy to auxiliary equipment that does not generate its own power.
The clutch master cylinder may be leaking internally. When this happens, and you step on the clutch pedal while in gear, the seals in the master cylinder slowly leak so the hydraulic pressure slowly releases the clutch so that the engine stalls when the clutch engages.
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Clean fuel system
carburetor main jet, float bowl
check cable/linkage adjustments
Engine stalls immediately when put into high speed
Fuel starvation or ‘lean’ fuel condition
check and or clean fuel filter
check condition of fuel lines
carburetor diaphragms/gaskets need to be replaced
spray carb cleaner thru jets and ports while appart
Engine stalls out after 15 to 20 seconds of run time
Get a carb kit new fuel lines.new fuel filter, air filter clean the tank and carb install new filters and fuel lines and you should be good… or you could first try pouring the gas in a clean clear container and see if you have water sitting in the bottom, then you could get a way w changing the gas you might have to let it stall out on you a couple times before you get rid of the water in the lines and carb run it on a littl less than 3/4 choke.
Won’t pump water, stalls engine if trigger not squeezed
My Honda 160cc lawn mower engine cut out when I hit a large clump of grass. Now I cannot get it to start. Has always started with no problems. What to do?
Has probably broken flywheel key ….. putting it out of time