HOW TO REPAIR a PRESSURE WASHER HOMELITE / HONDA CARBURETOR problems carb repair and cleaning



Watch the Master tech in Hi-Def fix a pressure washer. Standard Honda horizontal shaft engine carburetor repaired, cleaned and tested. Carburetor was in EXTREMELY BAD CONDITION – Great tutorial how to video. PLEASE KEEP IN MIND when you are watching my videos: I am showing you the least expensive, quickest “backyard” methods for repairing or servicing your lawnmower. Replacing all components such as gaskets and fuel lines is always recommended when rebuilding or repairing equipment. With these videos I hope you are able to fix and repair your lawnmower yourself with minimal parts, knowledge and tools. Thank you for watching!

Watch the Master repair a pressure washer carburetor in Hi-Definition! Standard horizontal shaft Honda small engine. Jeff cleans and repairs a very dirty carb. 4 horsepower, 4.5 horsepower, 5 horsepower, 5.5 horsepower, 160cc, 163cc, 6 horsepower, 6.5 horsepower, 7 horsepower, 7.5 horsepower, 8 horsepower.
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20 Replies to “HOW TO REPAIR a PRESSURE WASHER HOMELITE / HONDA CARBURETOR problems carb repair and cleaning”

  1. Thanks Jeff! Had stored my pressure washer with the carb empty but the main jet had some sort of corrosion. Ran a wire through it, starts on first pull. Always nice to see it done before doing it yourself.

  2. I have a troy built 2600 psi pressure washer it has a 5hp Honda engine on it. I did some work to the engine. but when I start it, it runs great. the pump builds pressure but when I squeeze the trigger the engine stays at idle. do you have any ideas that I can try.

  3. Hey Jeff, first off, Happy New year. Yesterday I had planned to do some pressure washing around the house and could not get my pressure washer to start. Cleaned the spark plug, changed the old gas and nothing so went on to other shores. This morning, after watching your video, I was up and running in 30 minutes. Thanks a million, Dennis

  4. Hi, I have a Homelite 2600 psi washer with an engine similar to what you show in the video. My problem is trying to get the air filter assembly off. I removed the two nuts and rubber hose but there is not enough room to get the assembly off the bolts. Does the engine have to be loosened from the frame in order to shift the engine? If so, that doesn't make much sense when trying to get to the carburetor for repairs. Thanks, Ski

  5. Jeff, thank you. saved my bacon. 2 year old Generac sat all last year with crap gas in it. thanks to your video she's a purring again. whole inside of the carb had a green film and the the main jet was clogged. Is the green film from the ethanol in the gas? bought new ethanol-free gas and put Stabil in it immediately. will not leave gas in it this year. thanks again!

  6. hi there I have a ryobi 3100 psi and I watched your video about cleaning the the jet and nozzle and it sure did need it. but after I did that it did run rough though but it runs in the start position. when I switch it to the run position it dies now if I hold the trigger down it will go full pressure but even as its spraying it will die. it even back fires now. it's only a year old any suggestions

  7. Awesome video, Mine wasn't a Honda, but it was close enough of a configuration that I was able to remove the carburetor and locate the problem of sand plugging the fuel shut off. It wasn't getting enough gas, works perfectly now.

  8. My brand new pressure washer that has the same engine, surges under load. Not the pump, the engine only.
    It hold pressure for like a second drops down, builds up rpm and the cycle repeats. For the one second it works, the performance is perfect. Just don't know why it does not hold RPM. Its more like pulsing. What could that be? The pressure washer is brand new.

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