hook the choke rod (14) from the carburetor choke shaft
hole nearest unflanged end of throttle lever. Secure with
carburetor chamber (38, fig. 11-19) far enough to clear
(g) Hook end of choke rod (14) to the
carburetor, but do not remove completely.
(c) Remove cotter pin (13) from
end hole on the carburetor choke shaft and lever (24, fig.
governor link (20) and disengage governor link from
carburetor throttle shaft and lever (33, fig. 1-21).
Be sure that choke has been assembled in
(d) Disconnect governor spring (15, fig.
such a manner that nothing interferes with
(h) Check alignment of the carburetor,
carburetor chamber (38).
gaskets, and spacer. Tighten the screws (7) to se-cure
(e) Remove two screws (7) and
carburetor to carburetor chamber.
(i) Install mounting stud gasket (6) over
(9) and carburetor assembly (32) to the carburetor
cover mounting bracket (9). Install air cleaner element
chamber (38). Remove cover mounting bracket.
(3 )and air cleaner element cover (2). Secure with
(f) Angle or tilt the carburetor from side
captive nut (1).
to side as necessary to remove it. Disconnect the fuel
line from the fuel pump inlet fitting on the carburetor by
Speciaic Repair Instructions
working it off. With a twisting motion, lift the carburetor
a. Repair of Starter Fan Housing.
up on the fuel intake side and lift it out. Remove the
carburetor spacer (31) and two gaskets (30).
(a) Refer to 11-12, step b (1) for
(g) Remove the fuel line and rubber
instructions on removing starter fan housing assembly
grommet (33) from carburetor chamber.
(h) Remove five screws (37), four inside
(b) Place starter fan housing on a
carburetor chamber and one outside at the bottom of the
bench. Pull the starter rope (8) out to the end. Hold the
chamber. While lifting the carburetor chamber off the
starter pulley and cup assembly (20) so it cannot rewind,
engine, free the high-tension lead (43, fig. 11-15) from
then pry the rope knot from the pulley. Let the pulley
the clip in the underside of the carburetor chamber.
rewind slowly to relieve excess tension.
(a) Position the carburetor chamber (38,
The recoil spring (16) is still coiled
under tension inside starter fan
fig. 11-15) into retaining clip located
on the underside
housing. Use care to protect the
the carburetor chamber.
hands and face at this point of
(b) Install rubber grommet (33, fig. 11-
disassembly because the spring can
19) into carburetor chamber (38), and start fuel line
inflect injury if it flies loose.
through grommet and into carburetor chamber.
(c) Hold the starter pulley and use a
(c) Using five screws (37), secure
5/32-inch Allen wrench to remove screw (21), and
chamber to engine with four screws, and to fuel tank (at
retaining washer (22).
bottom) with the remaining screw.
(d) Peer through the knot hole in the
(d) Angling the carburetor (32) as
pulley while rotating pulley clockwise until you see that
necessary to place it in position with the adjustment
the inner loop of the recoil spring (16) is disengaged from
needles fitted through the "LO-HI" grommet (36), push
the notch in the pulley hub. Care-fully lift the pulley
the fuel line onto the carburetor inlet.
straight off without disturbing the spring. Remove spring
(e) Assemble one carburetor gasket
lock bushing (18), spring lock (19), and starter post
(30), carburetor spacer (31), another carburetor gasket
(30), the carburetor (32), and the cover mounting bracket
(e) To remove the recoil spring, hold the
(9) to the carburetor chamber. Use two lockwashers (8),
fan housing, open and down, over a flat work surface.
and two screws (7) to fasten components. Do not tighten
Slap the starter fan housing squarely and sharply down
securely at this time.
on the work surface to dislodge the recoil spring without
(f) Install end of governor link (20) into
(f) If starter rope (8) is to be replaced,
pry rope retaining insert (4) out of starter handle (5). Cut
rope near the insert, and remove the remaining knot end
from the insert.
Do not remove starter rope (8) or rope
bushing (6) from starter fan housing (3)
unless necessary for replacement.