Briggs and Stratton Intek V Twin Engine OIL LEAK. How to Replace OIL PAN GASKET and Main Oil Seal

Craftsman , Poulan Pro , MTD Yard Machines , Husqvarna etc… Riding Lawnmower Briggs and Stratton Engine OIL Pan / SUMP GASKET LEAK fix and repair. Common problem on a Briggs 18.5 Horsepower OHV Intek V Twin Cylinder model (same as all OHV Twin cylinder Intek engines) Remove motor, Replace main output crankshaft lower oil seal and pan gasket and bolts, locktite, reset govenor adjustment procedure, inspect oil pump, install engine. Watch Jeff Replace a Oil sump gasket (pan gasket) and Lower Main crank Shaft Oil Seal on a 18.5 Horsepower OHV Intek V-Twin Cylinder model Briggs and Stratton Engine. “Old School” Backyard Mechanic style, WITHOUT SPECIAL TOOLS! amazing
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14 thoughts on “Briggs and Stratton Intek V Twin Engine OIL LEAK. How to Replace OIL PAN GASKET and Main Oil Seal

  1. Thanks for sharing your work. I have a 24hp Briggs that's thrown oil for years. After cleaning it all up and running it for 10 minutes the gasket leak was obvious. Thanks to you I'll forge ahead with replacement.

  2. Great work Mr. Jeff πŸ™ŒπŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘ dad changed the nameπŸ˜‰πŸ‘! Mikey 1st phone cool πŸ™‹πŸ’ͺπŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘

  3. Good video but I would have stuck a bolt in the gas line to prevent leaks. I really like your oil drain adapter. I will have to make myself one of those. Thanks

  4. Excellent video! I bought my neighbors tractor recently and it starting leaking after a month afterwards. After buying the parts on Amazon for about $30.00 I dove in this weekend and couldn't have done it without your video! Took about 4 hours (with just hand tools) and proud to say, NO more leaks! Thank for posting!

  5. Hi there, i have recently purchased a new Ferris 400s zero turn, it has a briggs 23hp commercial. I noticed when i received it from the dealer there seemed to be oil spray everywhere primarily all over the frame and deck area. I contacted the dealer and they said it comes shiped like that for better protection. So I thoroughly wiped down all areas. I then noticed after its first and again on the second use more oil spray over some areas but nowhere as bad as it was. What are your thoughts on this? Could it just be some leftover protection oil i might have missed or could it be something else going on? I will also mention I can't see any signs of oil running down sump or drive wheel housings. Cheers.

  6. question… whyd you take the oil pump out? If the shaft and motor never moved, you should be able to put it back together without removing the pump, no?

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