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HOW TO Clean & Rebuild Tecumseh Snowblower Carburetor PART 4 OF 4

Written By: Snow Blowing Man - Feb• 15•13

HOW TO Clean & Rebuild Tecumseh Snowblower Carburetor PART 4 OF 4 HOW TO Mount Tecumseh SNOWKING Carburetor on Engine after cleaning it.
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Originally posted 2012-03-31 05:09:41. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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25 Comments

  1. thedrunkfoxx says:

    Iv done all the cleaning and re-assembled it, but for some reason there seems to be no pressure when I push the primer button…you can hear the air go through it, and both hoses are connected, but it dosntpull anything through it….an ideas??? thanks in advance!~

  2. ConkersBFDN64 says:

    Sounds like the governor needed to be adjusted, it revved a little high. It seems like its the governor and not the throttle screw because it didn’t sound like it tried to go back down when it revved high.

  3. rleejunk says:

    Sweet so I actually lucked out for once. Thanks for this video Donyboy and your help.

  4. donyboy73 says:

    usually they just hang there not connected to anything or it connects on the air filter box

  5. rleejunk says:

    I am willing to bet it connects to an oil pump but I am hoping it is just left open to the atmosphere because I don’t feel like breaking it down more to figure out where it goes. (I can’t find any diagrams of motor unfortunately as well)

  6. rleejunk says:

    I am willing to bet it connects to an oil pump but I am hoping it is just left open to the atmosphere because I don’t feel like breaking it down more to figure out where it goes. (I can’t find any diagrams of motor unfortunately as well)

  7. rleejunk says:

    I doubt you know but maybe you do. I unfortunately pulled out the rubber tube that comes from the OHV cover on my Tecumseh OH195SA 72568G while trying to just see how everything works and I am wondering if you know if the lower half of the rubber tube connects to some type of oil pump or if its left open to the atmosphere.

  8. donyboy73 says:

    u can get it all on ebay

  9. king123304 says:

    where can i order a totally new carb kit with the bowl, needle, gaskets, everything. iv looked ALL over the internet and cant find anything, can you give me a link? thanks !

  10. gokartbuyer says:

    im glad you were able to get it running good. congrats!

  11. 13R1CK4 says:

    I actually did eventually get this thing working. It was the jets, they were a little different then in this video. I had to clean the carb a second time, but now it starts in one pull. I got this for free and it’s like brand new now. thanks for the input.

  12. gokartbuyer says:

    it sounds like your jets are plugged try carb cleaner and take a sewing needle and shove it gently though all the jets this should help.i trash-picked a power washer that was neglected with the same problem ,now i have a free good working pressure washer!

  13. 13R1CK4 says:

    Did you ever find out what was causing your problem? I’m dealing with the exact same thing. There’s fuel in the cup but it doesn’t turn over. But will run if put a little in where the plug goes, then dies. I don’t understand.

  14. camry01 says:

    what specs are you looking for,i dont have numbers on the sticker they wore off,all i can do is compiare,and it looks like this carb but older,no lever to make throttle go up or down,,,,y muffler gets red hot and thinking about rebuilding the carb?thanks

  15. donyboy73 says:

    usually it’s 632347 but i would need ur specs to be sure

  16. camry01 says:

    i have the same carb but older,no lever on the side,anyone know what carb kit i need?the stickers on the motor are worn

  17. AndrewA12A says:

    thanks very much for your responses!!! I think I’ll have to take it in to the local small engine guy. Appreciate your help!! Have you encountered something like this before?

  18. donyboy73 says:

    there is definitely no fuel getting to the engine. i would have to physically see ur carb to help u more,

  19. AndrewA12A says:

    Hi dony, thanks for your reply – the fuel valve is on and I turned the screw 1.5 times as per your video instructions. the bowl has fuel in it (i have the carb with the purge button, so i know there’s fuel from the tank; new gas and when i put a small amount of fuel in the plug chamber, it starts, however only as long as it burns the fuel i put in (new plug by the way)…please help…… :-)

  20. donyboy73 says:

    the primer just blows air in, make sure the fuel valve is on at the fuel tank, turn bottom screw out 1 1/2 turns out

  21. AndrewA12A says:

    EXCELLENT how-to video!!! I followed everything to a “T” and my carb looks great, problem now is that when i press the primer repeatedly, i’m not getting any gas in, just air and the machine wont start. any ideas?

  22. donyboy73 says:

    very good job

  23. erikleach1 says:

    Thank you so much for posting this! I was struggling with it for 3 days and one watch of your video and I had it started within an hour.

  24. zephyrat says:

    You do an excellent job of explanation.  Thank you very much. This helped me tremendously!

  25. donyboy73 says:

    wow for a guy who never worked on small engines sounds like u did a good job

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