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06-11-03, 07:47 PM   #1  
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engine starved of fuel

I have a honda mower, today i was mowing the lawn and it was running fine, a few minutes later it was stalling and it would only not stall when it was on choke. what could be the problem? Thanks

 
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06-11-03, 07:53 PM   #2  
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changing blade on honda

i have a honda mower and need to change the blade. Which way does the bolt turn to take it off. I tried both ways and couldn't take it off but wanted to ask before i tried to hard in the wrong way, Thanks

 
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06-11-03, 10:14 PM   #3  
hello ringoryan8!

All Hondas that I have worked on have regular right handed threads, and the blade bolt/nut will be removed by turning it counter-clockwise.


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06-11-03, 10:18 PM   #4  
Sounds like you have water and/or debris in the carb bowl, and possibly in the tank. Remove the 10mm bolt that holds the carb bowl on and look in it. If there is trash and/or water in it, clean it out and check the bottom of the tank for water too.


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06-12-03, 07:07 AM   #5  
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i had just completely cleaned the carb before running it because it hadn't run in a long time but i will try it again. thanks

 
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06-13-03, 05:30 PM   #6  
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thanks, that worked and there was water in the tank!

 
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