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Honda Lawn Mower Not Getting Gas? Small Engine #16100-Z0L-023

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This video provides step-by-step instructions for replacing the carburetor in Honda small engines, commonly found in Honda, Lawn Boy, and Toro lawn mowers, riding tractors, zero-turn radius mowers, wheeled edgers, pressure washers, and generators. The most common reasons for replacing the carburetor are when the lawn mower engine is not getting gas, runs poorly, stops after a few seconds, is hard to start or won’t start, leaks gas, or makes a lot of smoke.

All of the information in this carburetor replacement video is applicable to the following brands: Honda, Lawn Boy, Toro

Tools used: socket wrench, snap ring pliers

Step By Step Instructions

1
Before you begin the repair, make sure the engine has cooled remove the wire and boot from the spark plug and turn the fuel valve off
2
Your first step is to depress the tabs on the filter cover and rotate the cover down to remove.
3
Pull out the air filter.
4
Now use a socket to remove the mounting bolts securing the air cleaner housing.
5
Release the engine shut off wire pull the breather tube off of the housing remove the housing and gasket.
6
Next, release the clamp to disconnect the fuel line from the old carburetor. Be prepared for a small amount of gasoline to spill out.
7
Now remove the insulator and remaining gaskets and rotate the carburetor to release it from the choke and throttle linkages. You’re now ready to install the new carburetor.
8
Be aware you will be reusing the existing gaskets and insulator for installation.
9
Connect the choke and throttle linkages to the new carburetor.
10
Attach the fuel line and secure the clamp.
11
Align the air cleaner housing, carburetor, insulator and gaskets onto the mounting bolts and position the assembly.
12
Insert the bolts into the engine block to support the assembly.
13
Reconnect the breather tube and secure the engine shut-off wire
14
Then tighten the bolts.
15
Replace the air filter in the air cleaner housing.
16
Insert the filter cover tabs into the slots in the housing then rotate the cover up and snap it into place.
17
Turn the fuel valve back on and reattach the spark plug wire and boot.
Description
This video provides step-by-step instructions for replacing the carburetor in Honda small engines, commonly found in Honda, Lawn Boy, and Toro lawn mowers, riding tractors, zero-turn radius mowers, wheeled edgers, pressure washers, and generators. The most common reasons for replacing the carburetor are when the lawn mower engine is not getting gas, runs poorly, stops after a few seconds, is hard to start or won’t start, leaks gas, or makes a lot of smoke.

All of the information in this carburetor replacement video is applicable to the following brands: Honda, Lawn Boy, Toro

Tools used: socket wrench, snap ring pliers
Step-By-Step Instructions
1
Before you begin the repair, make sure the engine has cooled remove the wire and boot from the spark plug and turn the fuel valve off
2
Your first step is to depress the tabs on the filter cover and rotate the cover down to remove.
3
Pull out the air filter.
4
Now use a socket to remove the mounting bolts securing the air cleaner housing.
5
Release the engine shut off wire pull the breather tube off of the housing remove the housing and gasket.
6
Next, release the clamp to disconnect the fuel line from the old carburetor. Be prepared for a small amount of gasoline to spill out.
7
Now remove the insulator and remaining gaskets and rotate the carburetor to release it from the choke and throttle linkages. You’re now ready to install the new carburetor.
8
Be aware you will be reusing the existing gaskets and insulator for installation.
9
Connect the choke and throttle linkages to the new carburetor.
10
Attach the fuel line and secure the clamp.
11
Align the air cleaner housing, carburetor, insulator and gaskets onto the mounting bolts and position the assembly.
12
Insert the bolts into the engine block to support the assembly.
13
Reconnect the breather tube and secure the engine shut-off wire
14
Then tighten the bolts.
15
Replace the air filter in the air cleaner housing.
16
Insert the filter cover tabs into the slots in the housing then rotate the cover up and snap it into place.
17
Turn the fuel valve back on and reattach the spark plug wire and boot.

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Small Engine
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