Mowed for an hour until it would not start
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Remember the basic here, check for spark, fuel to carb and then compression at the cyclinder spark plug. Should blow you thumb off the sparkplug hole easy. It not clean the valves and try again.
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It`s because of a couple things: The battery is very dead and the alternator cannot put out enough power at idle RPMs to run the whole system and charge a battery.
The starter relay makes a clicking sound, but the engine does not rotate, which indicates that the starter motor is not receiving enough current from the relay. This may also be a sign of low or exhausted battery power. Only when it transmits enough current to the starter, the relay starts to work.
It might be a battery or alternator problem
Perhaps your battery`s dead, or your alternator, which charges the battery, isn`t working correctly. If the source of the clicking is electrical, the starter (a small motor energized by the battery that gets the engine running) doesn`t have enough juice to stay powered.
If your battery is completely discharged, especially if it has shorted cells, and your alternator isn`t producing any charge, then the jumper cables are the only source of electricity for the car. You remove the cables, and the car has no power for the ignition system, fuel pumps or for the ECM to run the engine.
This means that the wire between the battery and starter is developing high resistance for some reason, and is not allowing sufficient amps to get to the starter. You could also have a starter problem.
Yes, a vehicle can stall due to improper grounding. Car stalling can also occur due to dead batteries, low fuel in the chamber, uncleaned air filters, and a few other things. You must also know that faulty grounding wires in the car engine might not kick off the engine at all due to lacking power.
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I usually use a starter removal tool… you want the correct answer, engine size and posting this is the automotive section will help
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How do I remove starter from 14 H.P. B&S vertical shaft engine?
Normally it hooks up to the engine at the top side where the flywheel is located..at the top you will find two small bolts..and at the bottom one or two wires..just disconnect the battery cables so no sparks or shorts when removing from the starter..then disconnect the starter wires set aside and then remove the two bolts..it should drop right out…note.. In some cases you may need to remove the engine shroud on the top to get at the bolts…not a hard job..if more the one wire…mark them or draw a diagram as where they were attached..good luck
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You need to compress the front of the drive enough to drive out the roll pin,then the drive should slide right off.
My cub cadet won’t start just clicks ,i changed the fuse and tryed to jump start it no luck what do i do now?
Check your soleniod.
How do you get the starter back in place Is there a secret to getting it in place
You should be able to get it in fairly easily once you get the proper combinations of angles to get the drive to clear the ring gear.If the tractor your working on has an oil filter on the same side as the starter and the rear of the starter is bumping it then you should remove it,also any rods and linkages that the starter comes in contact with on the way in may have to be removed.
Chainsaw stalls Chainsaw is 4 years old and has a history of moderate use. After I ran the saw about 1 minute on plain gas (grabbed the wrong gas can – ouch) the chainsaw sputtered and stopped.
It didn't seize, and the pull starter never became more or less difficult than normal. The engine would continue to start if I pressed the prime bulb and engaging the choke, but stall again after 10-20 seconds. The temperature that day was about 50 degrees F and I was running the saw with the “cold plug” installed (per warm weather running).
When it refused to keep running I did the following:
Flushed the fuel tank (that's when I saw the gas had no oil in it).
Ran hardware wire through all of the fuel lines.
Replaced the fuel filter and spark plug.
Cleaned the air filter with a nylon brush and compressed air.
Same behavior (start then stall in less than 20 seconds). I made at least 20+ attempts to start it.
I removed the carburetor and, though it looked perfectly clean, I took off the top and bottom covers then sprayed everything with automotive carb cleaner and blew out the passages with compressed air. The gasket and diaphragm looked new. No pinholes in the diaphragm when held against a bright light. I reinstalled the carb but got the same behavior (start then stall in less than 20 seconds). I again made at least 20+ attempts to start it.
I disassembled the short block and saw that the piston has some slight scoring on it. The ring is clean and I verified that the piston ring has .001 clearance between it and the piston ring groove all the way around with the ring held tightly in place (I was thinking that the piston might have become deformed if it did indeed get too hot when run without any oil premix).
The cylinder wall has no scoring and there isn't any signs of melted aluminum anywhere. The crank is clean as was the inside of the crank cover.
I reinstalled the crank cover using permatex non-hardening gasket goop and torqued the cover bolts to 10 inch pounds. I reassembled everything else per the exploded diagrams in Echo's “parts manual” for the CS400.
During assembly I took note that both the carb gasket and intake boot look like new.
Still the same result: press prime bulb once, engage choke, pull a few times and it starts but stalls after 10-20 seconds.
Not sure what to say other than its fuel starvation, if not already done replace the fuel filter in the tank, if no better i would suspect a massive air leak, so replace the crank seals, if there is no primary compression in the crankcsae fuel will not pull through the engine, good luck.
I have a zoom 1840 it wont start just makes a clicking sound i can jump it from the starter but deck stays incaged any ideas what it could be