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get the manual at sears website and look it up

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Check ignition kill shunt. It is a black/white wire the runs from the "M" pole of the back of the Start/Run switch to the ignition module (underneath engine cowling).

With switch in OFF position, the M pole should have continuity with ground (Bat -). With switch in ON position, it will have a high impedance (few k ohms) or open relative to ground. If switch and wiring check OK, likely ignition module has failed or damaged (mice).

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try a little air oil in th inlet hose . they (seals) do dry out

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I would check all the wiring is all good. Make sure wire are making a good connection and condition to switch.

Might be switch
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q8G7kxCl9hY

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If you check the parts list there is very often a wiring harness for both Briggs and Kholer engine as they fit both engines in production.

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I have a yard works trimmer and it does the same thing. To keep it running i have to put the choke at half way on. I took it back to the store where I bought it and they made some phone calls. The outcome is they said the controls are set up for the country where they make it. this country is very high and the atmospheric pressure is a lot different than ours. His advice to me was if I am happy with it working that way just keep it. So far it starts and runs good but it has to be choked all the time half way.

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Could be fuel pump vapor locked. If gas level in tank is below the fuel pump, fill tank or add enough to get level in tank higher than top of engine.

Else, fundamentals... fuel, comperssion, spark.

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Reasonably sure its held by friction (plastic barbs of sort). They tend to hold after removing once or twice, but eventually it may take a light application of epoxy, else replace.

If extreme cold, it would help to warm with electric heat gun before removing.

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SOLVED: Craftsman 25cc Gas Line Trimmer dies when giving - Fixya


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