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0488-1 Briggs and Stratton Generator - Overview

Sections of the 0488-1

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Fuel Valve W/Bushing – Part Number: 192980GS
Fuel Valve W/Bushing
PartSelect #: PS8911051
Manufacturer #: 192980GS
Made of durable rubber and plastic components, this Fuel Valve and Bushing are designed for use in over 150 models of generators and pressure washers. This item is sold as a kit, including the valve a...
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Grommet,Tank – Part Number: 83465GS
PartSelect #: PS9307985
Manufacturer #: 83465GS
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Assembly, Holder, Brush – Part Number: 66386GS
Assembly, Holder, Brush
PartSelect #: PS9063496
Manufacturer #: 66386GS
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Assembly, Power Regulator – Part Number: 84132GS
Assembly, Power Regulator
PartSelect #: PS9148520
Manufacturer #: 84132GS
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Screw, M5 - .8 X 10 Taptite – Part Number: 74908GS
Screw, M5 - .8 X 10 Taptite
PartSelect #: PS9116859
Manufacturer #: 74908GS
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Rectifier, Battery Charge – Part Number: 65795GS
Rectifier, Battery Charge
PartSelect #: PS9054741
Manufacturer #: 65795GS
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Bearing – Part Number: 65791GS
PartSelect #: PS9293149
Manufacturer #: 65791GS
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Air Cleaner Element – Part Number: 73111GS
Air Cleaner Element
PartSelect #: PS9115830
Manufacturer #: 73111GS
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Fuel Cap – Part Number: 95549GS
Fuel Cap
PartSelect #: PS9186174
Manufacturer #: 95549GS
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Gasket, Exhaust – Part Number: 90239GS
Gasket, Exhaust
PartSelect #: PS9150497
Manufacturer #: 90239GS
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Carrier, Rear Bearing – Part Number: SRV66825DGS
Carrier, Rear Bearing
PartSelect #: PS9322149
Manufacturer #: SRV66825DGS
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Dry rotted rubber
Put some dish soap on the rubber, push into the tank hole, slip 1x2 into the handle of the tank and over the new part and pry down pushing it into the hole. Took about 2 minutes.
Parts Used:
Fuel Valve W/Bushing
  • James from PICAYUNE, MS
  • Difficulty Level:
    Very Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    Less than 15 mins
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major gas leak on my generator
popped out the old-----the bushing failed. replaced as per the included instructions
Parts Used:
Fuel Valve W/Bushing
  • John from LEES SUMMIT, MO
  • Difficulty Level:
    Really Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    15 - 30 mins
  • Tools:
    Nutdriver, Pliers
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