How To Fix Lawn Mower Pull Cord Spring?

How do I fix the pull cord on my lawn mower?

Remove the screws that hold the rewind to the engine and lift it off.

Use a nut driver to remove hex head screws.

You tug one last time to get the lawn mower started, and suddenly the rope breaks and the end goes spinning into the hole.

Don’t blow a gasket.

How do you fix a Briggs and Stratton pull cord spring?

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How do you reset the recoil spring on a lawn mower?

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How do you change a spring on a lawn mower?

Without a properly working starter spring, your lawn mower has no chance of starting.

  • Remove the screws from the top of the engine cover.
  • Unscrew the screws from the recoil assembly.
  • Remove the pulley and the broken starter spring beneath it.
  • Wind the pulley counterclockwise to put tension on the starter spring.

Why won’t the cord pull on the lawn mower?

What if the starter rope won’t pull? The crankshaft is connected to the blade shaft on your recoil start walk behind lawn mower, so if the pull cord is stuck, it could be because something is blocking the movement of the blade. Disconnect the spark plug for safety, then take a look under the deck.

What size pull cord for lawn mower?

Small Engine Starter Rope Sizes

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#3 (3/32″ Diameter) and #3-1/2 (7/64″ Diameter) rope is used on most trimmers and small 2-cycle engines. #4 (1/8″ Diameter) and #4-1/2 (9/64″ Diameter) rope is used on most chain saws and larger 2-cycle engines.

How do you fix a recoil spring starter?

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How do you fix a recoil pull starter?

A small tab on the pulley can cut your hand if you accidentally let go of the recoil starter when it is tensioned.

  1. Remove the recoil housing cap. Unscrew the cap that holds the pulley to the recoil starter housing.
  2. Untie the rope.
  3. Re-tension the spring.
  4. Attach the cap.
  5. Reinstall the rope.
  6. Coil the cord.

How do you replace the pull cord on a Briggs and Stratton generator?

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