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Re: Techumse ran when parked but . .

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joe csuti

10-03-2013 02:57:56

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Most tecumseh carbs have one/more welch plugs in body casting depending on mfg/carb pn,to do a complete cleaning of internal passages carb body these plugs must be removed & are usually destroyed in order to remove,under plugs 2-3 internal passages in carb body join,dirt/gum buildup in cavity for plug/passages or in passages,the only way to clean carb is remove all plugs you can find in body,soak body in carb cleaner overnight,run a fine wire thru all passages you can find then blow out all passages with compressed air,then locate/buy a rebuild kit for carb & rebuild,get a kit that includes welch plugs to replace plug(s) you destroyed when removing if you choose to go that route,your problem is common to most tecumseh carbs.

IF you want a quick fix & save time,money & flustration goto link below & lookup your eng mod/spec# in tecumseh eng parts listings,get pn for carb,then goto ebay & type tecumseh + carb pn in search & look if any oregon aftermarket carbs listed as a replacement for oem carb,depending on carb/eng hp you can start picking up a new carb at about $20/up,I've bought/used four of these carbs & they work same/better than oem carb,in addition I've had better luck adding seafoam gas conditioner to my gas rather than stabile as same is a carb cleaner,dry gas & extender.

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