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I have a 2003 (going by the ser #070303A001657) Sears 13.5 lawn tractor. I think it needs a kit put in the carb. It floods after a minute, or so, and fuel shoots out of the carb. Can someone tell me how to know which carb is on my B/S engine? I would like to have the kit before I take off the carb.
I would follow the easy to understand instructions in this guide. The guide is easy to follow and gives you all the information you need to do this job.
From the Briggs and Stratton website:this is not your engine but they give a number to call at the end.
Hello, there are four different carburetor possibilities for engine model 126T02-0709-E1. If your current carburetor has a primer system, then your carburetor part number is 799868. If your carburetor has a choke system, then it's part number 799869. If your carburetor uses an auto-choke system, you'll want to get the code number located directly after model 126T02-0709-E1.
My lawn tractor has a Kohler engine. When it is shut off gas will flow into the carburetor and fill it up with gas. I can hear the click on the carburetor when I turn the key off and on. What is causing this problem? Thank you.
By Bruce from Marion,IN
First see if there is a fuel shutoff valve, if so then turn it off after you stop. If not then the cap is likely plugged and new gas cap may fix it, as with all gas engine the gas cap has a breather hole and it may be plugged causing the pressure to push the gas into the carburator.
Cut the gas line in the middle, and install a fuel shut off.
I have a carburetor for a Craftsman push mower. Gas is not going through the carburetor, the prime bulb seems not to be working. Is the carburetor clogged up?
Rickey from Gastiona, NC
What's the make & model number, year of birth?
Carb cleaning is pretty easy, don't worry.
I have a Craftman 16.5 turbo cooled rider. When I start the engine gas shoots out of the carb filter area. What could cause that?
By Eve K
Carburetor gas leaks are usually the result of a faulty fuel float or the needle and seat not working properly. This is a page about troubleshooting and repairing lawn mower carburetor leaks gas.
If your lawn mower carburetor is not getting gas the fuel line may be clogged. This is a page about lawn mower carburetor not getting gas.