Rebuilding the Carb On A Snowblower – Tecumseh Motor

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Ok, Your snow blower won’t run or it will run for a few seconds and then dies.  Yes, you left fuel in it over the summer and you didn’t have fuel stabilizer or Sea Foam in the fuel.

The carb is probably gummed up and needs to be cleaned.  Here are four videos that go through the process of rebuilding a carb.

The videos show a Tecumseh motor.  If you have a Briggs, Craftsman, or Powermore engine watch these and you can use the experience to rebuild your carb.

You can get most parts from Sears PartsDirect

 

HOW TO Clean & Rebuild Tecumseh Snowblower Carburetor PART 1 OF 4

HOW TO Clean & Rebuild Tecumseh Snowblower Carburetor PART 2 OF 4

HOW TO Clean & Rebuild Tecumseh Snowblower Carburetor PART 3 OF 4

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

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