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02-20-03, 11:12 AM   #1  
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Honda Snowblowers

I have a Honda HS624wa snowblower, during the most recent snow storm that hit the east coast my drive broke. Both my uncle a mechanic and the dealer i got it from say its a shear pin in the transmission that broke. The dealer says its a 500-600 fix job, my uncle says its five bucks. My uncle is a mechanic and can fix it if i can find a diagram of my snowblower engine and parts. Does anybody have any idea where i can find such a diagram or anything that might be of some help?

 
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02-20-03, 08:08 PM   #2  
Hello Hondaman!

Have you tried Honda's main website? Many companies offer online manuals and exploded views of their products. If not online, they will surely mail you one.


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02-21-03, 07:30 AM   #3  
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The online manual is the same manual that i have at home that came with the snowblower. It's not very useful. I need a diagram of the engine and drivetrain itself.

 
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02-21-03, 09:33 AM   #4  
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Try Sears.com and then "parts" to see if they have it. Barring that, any parts dealer can give you a printout from their computer on how it's put together/exploded view.

 
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02-21-03, 09:56 AM   #5  
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Thanks Joe i'll try that one out.

 
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