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021132-0599-E1 Briggs and Stratton Engine - Overview

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Pulley- Spring Assembly – Part Number: 791499
Pulley- Spring Assembly
PartSelect #: PS9306669
Manufacturer #: 791499
$16.92
  In Stock
Filter-Air Cleaner Foam – Part Number: 696923
Filter-Air Cleaner Foam
PartSelect #: PS9065516
Manufacturer #: 696923
$13.97
  In Stock
Fuel Tank – Part Number: 696919
Fuel Tank
PartSelect #: PS9076866
Manufacturer #: 696919
$69.59
  On Order
Nut (Rewind Starter) – Part Number: 690800
Nut (Rewind Starter)
PartSelect #: PS9064101
Manufacturer #: 690800
$4.99
  In Stock
Starter Clutch – Part Number: 699871
Starter Clutch
PartSelect #: PS9078308
Manufacturer #: 699871
$61.61
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Gasket-Intake – Part Number: 696868
Gasket-Intake
PartSelect #: PS9065513
Manufacturer #: 696868
$4.99
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Cap-Fuel Tank – Part Number: 696921
Cap-Fuel Tank
PartSelect #: PS9065515
Manufacturer #: 696921
$23.78
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Carburetor – Part Number: 696949
Carburetor
PartSelect #: PS9064769
Manufacturer #: 696949
$109.00
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Grip-Starter Rope – Part Number: 699944
Grip-Starter Rope
PartSelect #: PS9067513
Manufacturer #: 699944
$6.85
  In Stock
Gasket-Intake – Part Number: 696867
Gasket-Intake
PartSelect #: PS9064766
Manufacturer #: 696867
$8.69
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Spacer-Carburetor – Part Number: 696870
Spacer-Carburetor
PartSelect #: PS9065089
Manufacturer #: 696870
$13.05
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Sleeve-Fuel Line – Part Number: 699876
Sleeve-Fuel Line
PartSelect #: PS9065644
Manufacturer #: 699876
$7.80
  In Stock

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Ken
February 21, 2023
With spark plug in it in very hard almost impossible to pull the crank rope, with the spark plug out it pulls very easily. What may be the cause?
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Hello Ken, thank you for the great question. According to our research on your model, the starter crank rope can get stuck due to hydraulic lock, which is caused by oil getting trapped in the combustion chamber. You will need to release the compression spring and the oil, so remove the spark plug and then give the cord a tug. Don’t be surprised to see some oil run out through the hole where the spark plug is. We hope this information is useful!

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