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Old 08-24-12, 08:51 AM
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put gas in the carburetor it did run..hooked a new gas line to the intake on caburetor and other end in a gas can..theres no vacuum..what to do next?
 

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Old 08-24-12, 10:01 AM
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You didn't say what model of lawn tractor, but unless it has a fuel pump it will be gravity feed so no "vacuum". Most times when I have a no start it's because of crap in the carb that I fix by removing the carb for disassembly and cleaning.
 
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If the fuel tank on your tractor is mounted above the engine you probably do not have a fuel pump and the carb is gravity fed. If your fuel tank is in back under the seat then you probably have a fuel pump somewhere.
 
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briggs&sratton turbo cool..model#917258570..did take carb apart and cleaned..very little crap in the carb
 

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fuel tank is under the seat
 
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Old 08-24-12, 11:07 AM
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Your model number is one number too short, but if I put a 0 there, I get a mower with an opposed twin flathead briggs. This should have the fuel pump built into the carb. Give us some more info so we can figure out what the situation is. Has the mower been sitting unused for years, or did it just shut off on you while mowing and won't re-start? Is fuel in the carb bowl? Did you open the fuel pump?
 
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sorry i did fix the# when i saw i was missing the 0 at the end
 
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now that i know there is a fuel pump and where it is i can get the repair kit for $7.15..i poured fuel in the carburetor and it started up..but it stop cause the carburetor wasn't getting any gas the way it should.i'll let ya know what happens when the tractor gets worked on..
 
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how time flys...had to much going on with my job and with the family...won't beable to work on my craftmen till spring..im hopeing in the basement this winter..time again will tell me..thanks everyone for still being here.. im sure i'll be back..
 
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it was the fuel pump..replaced it. now starts and runs great..thanks for helping me find out what to do and where the fuel pump was..now on with my car problems...
 
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