I have a older model Snapper garden tiller with a 5 HP Briggs & Stratton horizontal shaft engine that has a no start condition. Here I go through troubleshooting steps to find whether it’s a ignition system, fuel system, or a engine mechanical system failure. It’s an easy process to do with basic hand tools and supplies. I hope this video helps you and if you haven’t already done so, please subscribe to my channel!
“Performing a Dry Compression Test on a Briggs & Stratton Small Engine” https://youtu.be/D5uzVeyll7s
“Servicing An Ignition System With No Spark On A Snapper 5 HP Briggs & Stratton” https://youtu.be/m6EOAZx5C3E
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DISCLAIMER: I am a private do-it-yourself type of shade tree mechanic, and I do not proclaim to be a certified professional technician. Therefore, I am not responsible for any property damage or injuries in result of the information in my videos. Videos that i post are a way to show and help others through my experiences and to pass on my knowledge. As I stress in my videos, please work safely and use the proper personal protective equipment.