Thinking about overhauling the Briggs carb this early fall in order to get a jump on Old Man Winter? That is a very good idea indeed! As the old saying goes, ‘why put off till tomorrow what you can do today’, Briggs Small Engine Parts could not agree anymore with that adage! Please have a look below at a quick step-by-step guide to overhauling the carburetor on your lawn mower.
Dirt Particles and Other Carb Blockers
Since most carburetor problems are caused by tiny, dirt particles, varnish, and a host of other deposits, that can block the narrow fuel and air passages inside, it is vastly important that you get to the root of this issue right away.
Steps to Overhauling a Briggs & Stratton Carburetor
Remove the Carburetor
Disassemble the Float on Float-Type Carburetor
Inspect the Carburetor
Inspect Mixture Screws
Reattach Carburetor – Air Cleaner Assembly
Since we only gave the names to the steps for overhauling a Briggs and Stratton carburetor, why don’t you head on over to the link presented above and learn all you need to know about completing this early fall project.