Briggs & Stratton Small Engine Disassembly (#3319770010G1)

Repairing a Briggs and Stratton small engine? This video demonstrates the proper and safe way to disassemble a small engine and how to access parts that may need to be tested and/or replaced.

Here is a list of the most common small engine problems:

Small engine won’t start
Small engine stops after a few seconds
Small engine runs poorly
Small engine is hard to start
Small engine battery keeps draining
Small engine leaks gas

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Tools needed: 1/4 inch socket or nut driver, 3/8 inch socket or wrench, flat-head screwdriver, 15/16 inch socket and pipe wrench, flywheel puller, torque wrench, 7/16 inch socket, 5/16 inch deep well socket or nut driver, 5/8 inch socket or spark plug wrench, 1/4 inch hex bit, large flat-head screwdriver, T-20 Torx bit screwdriver, gauge

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3 thoughts on “Briggs & Stratton Small Engine Disassembly (#3319770010G1)

  1. I have a Craftsman YT3000 lawn tractor that has just one deck height adjuster on the side. I've had to place over an 1 1/4" of metal shims (stainless steel washers" just to try to get my deck where it will cut evenly. I still can't get it to mow evenly. I've removed the deck to look for anything bent but have not found the problem of why my deck sits so unlevel. Do you have any suggestions of what could be the cause? Is there a way to order parts from a higher grade Craftsman mower so I could have a deck leveler on each side?

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