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Toro Snowblower Won't Stay Running? Carburetor #119-1980

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This video provides step-by-step repair instructions for replacing the carburetor on a Toro snowblower. The most common reasons for replacing the carburetor are when the engine stops after a few seconds, runs poorly, or won’t start or when the snowblower leaks gas.

All of the information for this carburetor replacement video is applicable to the following brands:
Toro

Tools needed: screwdriver, nutdriver, socket wrench, snap ring pliers

Step By Step Instructions

1
Before you begin this repair, make sure the engine has cooled and remove the snowblower’s start key from the ignition.
2
To replace the carburetor, your first step is to remove the gas tank cap.
3
Next, remove the screws at the front of the main cover and at the rear and pull the main cover off.
4
Now remove the screw to detach the starter button housing.
5
Remove the nuts securing the carburetor and cover and pull the cover free.
6
Next, clamp the fuel line.
7
Release the spring clamp and pull the fuel line off of the carburetor.
8
Pull off the primer tube.
9
Now remove the spring and throttle linkage from the carburetor and pull the old carburetor off of the mounting studs.
10
Prepare the new carburetor for installation by transferring the choke lever handle from the old component to the new one. You can use new or existing hardware when installing the new carburetor.
11
Slide the carburetor onto the mounting studs.
12
Connect the spring and throttle linkage.
13
Attach the primer tube.
14
Attach the fuel line to the new carburetor and secure with the spring clamp.
15
Remove the fuel line clamp.
16
Reposition the carburetor cover and secure the nuts.
17
Replace the starter button housing and secure the screw.
18
Reposition the main cover and secure it with the screws at the front and at the rear.
19
Replace the gas tank cap.
20
With the new carburetor installed you can now return the start key to the ignition.
Description
This video provides step-by-step repair instructions for replacing the carburetor on a Toro snowblower. The most common reasons for replacing the carburetor are when the engine stops after a few seconds, runs poorly, or won’t start or when the snowblower leaks gas.

All of the information for this carburetor replacement video is applicable to the following brands:
Toro

Tools needed: screwdriver, nutdriver, socket wrench, snap ring pliers
Step-By-Step Instructions
1
Before you begin this repair, make sure the engine has cooled and remove the snowblower’s start key from the ignition.
2
To replace the carburetor, your first step is to remove the gas tank cap.
3
Next, remove the screws at the front of the main cover and at the rear and pull the main cover off.
4
Now remove the screw to detach the starter button housing.
5
Remove the nuts securing the carburetor and cover and pull the cover free.
6
Next, clamp the fuel line.
7
Release the spring clamp and pull the fuel line off of the carburetor.
8
Pull off the primer tube.
9
Now remove the spring and throttle linkage from the carburetor and pull the old carburetor off of the mounting studs.
10
Prepare the new carburetor for installation by transferring the choke lever handle from the old component to the new one. You can use new or existing hardware when installing the new carburetor.
11
Slide the carburetor onto the mounting studs.
12
Connect the spring and throttle linkage.
13
Attach the primer tube.
14
Attach the fuel line to the new carburetor and secure with the spring clamp.
15
Remove the fuel line clamp.
16
Reposition the carburetor cover and secure the nuts.
17
Replace the starter button housing and secure the screw.
18
Reposition the main cover and secure it with the screws at the front and at the rear.
19
Replace the gas tank cap.
20
With the new carburetor installed you can now return the start key to the ignition.

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