Briggs & Stratton Small Engine Replace Carburetor Float #591120



This video provides step-by-step repair instructions for replacing the carburetor float on a Briggs and Stratton small engine. The most common reason for replacing the float is when the engine won’t start, or if it stops quickly after starting.

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All of the information for this carburetor float replacement video is applicable to the following brands:
Briggs & Stratton, MTD

Tools needed: 7mm socket, 5/16 inch socket or nut driver, locking pliers, pliers, 10mm allen wrench

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6 thoughts on “Briggs & Stratton Small Engine Replace Carburetor Float #591120

  1. I think briggs & Stratton could of made that drain plug just a little bigger /sarcasm. Thanks for the video!

  2. I have the B and S 550e , starts first pull but runs ruff low power and gas splashes out of the carb when it's running even after i cleaned it .. any suggestions

  3. Why the fuck did they use a massive hex wrench instead of something people actually have like a socket wrench like every other company uses?

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