Jeff’s Little Engine Service shows you HOW TO remove, repair and rebuild a Briggs and Stratton 16.5 Horsepower INTEK OHV ENGINE WALBRO CARBURETOR. CARBURETOR LEAKING GAS: Float valve replaced and Fuel Inlet removed and replaced. SAME PROCEDURE FOR ALL MODEL INTEK OHV ENGINES!!!
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This is a follow up of the most recent lawn mower find a free Troy Bilt with a 675 series Briggs and Stratton Engine. The owner could not get this to start put a new spark plug in it and then just listed it for free. Cleaned the carburetor and gas tank it barely would run the first start. They had not gapped the spark plug just installed it out of the box. It runs much better but still has a slight miss in the engine. Will continue to work on this to see if we make it run better.
Three days, two Wrenchmen, one garaged MGB and a bunch of problems. Wrenchmen Davin and Matt roll through South Carolina to help David and Jocelyn get their 1970 MGB back on the road after being parked for far too long. The MGB’s carbs are full of fouled gasoline, and the bearings and brakes are shot too. Additionally, the electrical system might need work (or is it just the timing?) and the shocks are leaking. Will the Wrenchmen get David and Jocelyn’s MGB ripping from car show to car show, again?
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