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Not worked on too many of these, however it would suggest there is either wear in the screw shaft, or the crown wheel, you should also check the bushes the screw shaft runs in, if there is excessive wear the gears will not mesh properly.

Honda Garden | Answered on Feb 14, 2020

The service and repair manual with diagram and pictures will provide you step by step help to locate and fix the problem easily and you will get the manual from the given link

Honda Gx270 9.0 | Answered on Nov 09, 2019

Likely decompression has failed, bad camshaft.

Honda Garden | Answered on Oct 19, 2019

if you wrote it you can delete it. if not post a link to it and ill delete it for you

Honda Garden | Answered on Oct 12, 2019

Honda doesn't make a pressure washer. only the engine.

Honda Garden | Answered on Oct 10, 2019

a new assembly is cheap for them

Honda Garden | Answered on Oct 10, 2019

Here is what's going on. I cleaned the wheel "dogs" or whatever you call them multiple times. This DID NOT fix the problem. Look at the cable that engages the forward movement (self-propel function). If there is any slack in the cable near the handle, then there is retained tension at the transaxle. Not enough to move the mower forward, but enough to keep the wheel from freely rotating backwards. I tipped my HRX217 on it's side and located where this cable engages the drive box. Lubricate the heck out of it and coerce it to move with needle nose pliers. After thorough cleaning and lubricating both ends of the cable, I am now able to move the mower backwards without lock-up. Hope this helps someone, as I found nowhere on the internet that this is what REALLY fixes this

Honda Garden | Answered on Sep 13, 2019

My guess is a tiny piece of junk got stuck in the carburetor. Check the simple stuff first; it does have enough gas, you do have the gas on/off valve switched to ON, and you do have the choke open to start it.
Then watch this free video. I hope this helps!

Honda Garden | Answered on Sep 09, 2019 › imagesPDF
Honda GX120/160/200UT2 Shop Manual - International Power Systems

Ignition coil Air gap 0.2 – 0.6 mm (0.01 – 0.02 in)

Honda Garden | Answered on Aug 25, 2019

Depending on the carburetor setup that pressure washer has, remove air filter, as well as plastic enclosure behind air filter. Remove bolts that hold carburetor to block. Remove gas line after clamping hose if has gas in tank. Remove throttle linkage carefully and spring. Once you have carburetor in hand, remove carburetor bowl. Look inside (where the bowl bolt goes into) and you should see a slot for a flathead screwdrivew, carefully remove that jet. Once that piece is out there should be a longer jet that falls out, if not, open carb and u will see other end inside carb, just gently press dwn on it to assist ot out. With a dental pick or simmilar tool, make sure all those tiny holes are open and clean of debri. Reassemble, and should fire up and stay running, if not amazon sells carburetors for between 5 and 20 bucks. Also if your carb doesnt have the center jet flathead screw to pullout, take whatever works and send it thru the center hole to open up that small passage..if all else fails spend the 6 bucks and buy a new carburetor..if any issues reachout on here again.

Honda Garden | Answered on Jul 22, 2019

Not unless you disassemble it.

Honda Garden | Answered on Jul 11, 2019

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