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Briggs & Stratton Corporation P.O. Box 702 Milwaukee, WI 53201-0702 www.briggsandstratton.com
Copyright 2006 by Briggs & Stratton Corporation
FORM NO. 276355-4 / 06 Printed in U.S.A.
Thank You for purchasing this quality-built Briggs & Stratton engine. Were pleased that youve placed your
confidence in the Briggs & Stratton brand. When operated and maintained according to the instructions in this manual, your Briggs & Stratton product will provide many years of dependable service.
This manual contains safety information to make you aware of the hazards and risks associated with engines and how to avoid them. It also contains instructions for the proper use and care of the engine. Because Briggs & Stratton Corporation does not necessarily know what equipment this engine will power, it is important that you read and understand these instructions and the instructions for the equipment this engine powers. Where to Find Us
You never have to look far to find Briggs & Stratton Support and service for your engine. Consult your Yellow PagesE under Engines-Gasoline, Gasoline-Engines, Lawn Mowers or similar categories. There are over 30,000 Briggs & Stratton authorized service dealers worldwide who provide quality service. You can also contact Briggs & Stratton Customer Service by phone at (800) 233-3723. Additional information can be found on the Internet at www.briggsandstratton.com.
For replacement parts or technical assistance, record below the engine model, type, and code numbers along with the date of purchase. These numbers are located on your engine (see the Features page).
Date of purchase:
MM / DD / YYYY Type: Code:
Engine model: Model:
Briggs & Stratton Corporation P.O. Box 702 Milwaukee, WI, 53201-0702
Briggs & Stratton is a trademark of Briggs & Stratton Corporation Milwaukee, WI, USA.
Copyright E 2006 Briggs & Stratton Corporation, Milwaukee, WI, USA. All rights reserved. Printed in U.S.A.
Table of Contents
Symbols And Warnings.
Oil Recommendation. Check/ Add Oil. Fuel Recommendations. Add Fuel. How To Start The Engine. How To Stop The Engine.
Maintenance Chart. Inspect Muffler And Spark Arrester. Carburetor Adjustment. Valve Clearance. Spark Plug. How To Change The Oil. How To Service The Air Filter. How To Change The Gear Reduction Oil. How To Replace The Fuel Filter. Clean Air Cooling System. Storage (over 30 days).
15 Maintenance Trouble shooting
Engine Warranty. Emissions Control System Warranty Statement.
Symbols And Warnings
The safety alert symbol is used to identify safety information about hazards that can result in personal injury. A signal word (DANGER, WARNING, or CAUTION) is used with the alert symbol to indicate the likelihood and the potential severity of injury. In addition, a hazard symbol may be used to represent the type of hazard.
Starting engine creates sparking. Sparking can ignite nearby flammable gases. Explosion and fire could result. If there is natural or LP gas leakage in area, do not start engine. Do not use pressurized starting fluids because vapors are flammable. Safety
Engines give off carbon monoxide, an odorless, colorless, poison gas. Breathing carbon monoxide can cause nausea, fainting or death. Start and run engine outdoors. Do not start or run engine in enclosed area, even if doors or windows are open.
Rapid retraction of starter cord (kickback) will pull hand and arm toward engine faster than you can let go. Broken bones, fractures, bruises or sprains could result. When starting engine, pull the starter cord slowly until resistance is felt, then pull rapidly. Remove all external equipment / engine loads before starting engine. Direct-coupled equipment components such as, but not limited to, blades, impellers, pulleys, sprockets, etc., must be securely attached.
Rotating parts can contact or entangle hands, feet, hair, clothing, or accessories. Traumatic amputation or severe laceration can result. Operate equipment with guards in place. Keep hands and feet away from rotating parts. Tie up long hair and remove jewelry. Do not wear loose-fitting clothing, dangling drawstrings or items that could become caught. 3
Running engines produce heat. Engine parts, especially muffler, become extremely hot. Severe thermal burns can occur on contact. Combustible debris, such as leaves, grass, brush, etc. can catch fire. Allow muffler, engine cylinder and fins to cool before touching. Remove accumulated debris from muffler area and cylinder area. Install and maintain in working order a spark arrester before using equipment on forest-covered, grass-covered, brush-covered unimproved land. The state of California requires this (Section 4442 of the California Public Resources Code). Other states may have similar laws. Federal laws apply on federal land. Safety
Unintentional sparking can result in fire or electric shock. Unintentional start-up can result in entanglement, traumatic amputation, or laceration. Before performing adjustments or repairs: Disconnect the spark plug wire and keep it away from the spark plug. Disconnect battery at negative terminal (only engines with electric start.) Use only correct tools. Do not tamper with governor spring, links or other parts to increase engine speed. Do not strike the flywheel with a hammer or hard object because the flywheel may later shatter during operation. When testing for spark: Use approved spark plug tester. Do not check for spark with spark plug removed.
A. Spark Plug B. Air Cleaner (flat or oval)
C. Choke Control Lever D. Fuel Shut-off Valve E. Rewind Handle F. Finger Guard G. Throttle Control Lever H. ON/ OFF Switch (rewind start models) I. Fuel Tank and Cap J. Extended Dipstick (if equipped) K. Short Dipstick (if equipped) L. Oil Drain Plug M. Oil Fill Cap N. Engine Identification (located on cover) Model Type Code O. Muffler Muffler Guard (if equipped) Spark Arrester (if equipped) P. Safety Key (electric start models) Q. ON/OFF Switch (electric start models) R. Gear Reduction Unit (if equipped)
E Q F G I J A H L P
Model 120000 and 150000 series engines: 20 ounces (0.6 liter). Model 200000 and 210000 series engines: 28 ounces (0.8 liter).
If this engine is equipped with a gear reduction unit, the gear reduction case must be filled with oil prior to operating the engine. See How To Change The Gear Reduction Oil in the Maintenance Section.
Do not use special additives. Choose a viscosity from the following chart. Operation SAE F and higher (55 C and higher) is good for all purpose use above 40F, use below 40F will cause hard starting. 10W-to 1005 F (18 to 385 C) is better for varying temperature conditions. This grade of oil improves cold weather starting, but may increase oil consumption at 80F (27C) or higher. Check oil level frequently at higher temperatures. Synthetic 5W-to 1205 F (30 to 405 C) provides the best protection at all temperatures as well as improved starting with less oil consumption. 5W-F and below (55 C and below) is recommended for winter use, and works best in cold conditions.
Before adding or checking the oil Place engine level. Clean the oil fill area of any debris. Models with oil fill cap (Figure 1) 1. Remove the oil fill cap (A). 2. Pour oil slowly. Fill to point of overflowing. 3. Replace and tighten the oil fill cap.
2. Insert the dipstick but do not screw in. Oil level should be at FULL mark (C). 3. To add oil, pour oil slowly. Fill to point of overflowing. 4. Replace and tighten the dipstick.
Figure 1: Oil Fill Cap Short Dipstick (Figure 2) 1. Remove the dipstick (B) and wipe with a clean cloth. 6
Figure 2: Short Dipstick www.briggsandstratton.com
Extended Dipstick (Figure 3) 1. Remove the dipstick (B) and wipe with a clean cloth. 2. Insert and tighten the dipstick. 3. Remove the dipstick and check the oil level. Make sure the oil is at the FULL mark (C) on the dipstick. 4. To add oil, pour the oil slowly into the engine oil fill (D). DO NOT OVERFILL. After adding oil, wait one minute and then recheck the oil level. 5. Fill to the FULL mark (C) on the dipstick. 6. Replace and tighten the dipstick.
Fuel Stabilizer To protect the fuel system from gum formation, mix in a fuel preservative when adding fuel. Briggs & Stratton recommends using FRESH STARTt fuel
Figure 4: Gas Cap 7
How To Start The Engine
This engine was shipped from the factory without oil. If you start the engine without oil, the engine will be damaged beyond repair and will not be covered under warranty.
ST O P
Figure 7: Throttle Control Lever
Some engines may be equipped with OIL GARD. The OIL GARD is intended to warn the operator that the engine is low on oil. Always check oil level before starting. Engine damage may occur if the oil level is not properly maintained and will void warranty coverage. If the engine will not start and/ or has stopped running, add oil (see Check/Add Oil instructions).
5. Rewind Start On engines equipped with an ON / OFF switch (B), move the switch to the ON position (Figure 8). On electric start models, push in the safety key (F) (Figure 9).
1. Check the engine oil. See Check/ Add Oil in the Operation Section. 2. Turn the fuel shut-off valve (A), if equipped, to the ON position (Figure 5).
Figure 8: ON / OFF Switch
Figure 9: Safety Key 6. Rewind Start Firmly hold the starter rope handle (E) (Figure 10). Slowly pull the starter rope handle until resistance is felt, then pull quickly.
Figure 5: Fuel Shut-off Valve 3. Move the choke control lever (C) to the CHOKE position (Figure 6).
To prevent damage to the rewind starting system, do not allow the starter rope to snap back. Let the rope slowly rewind.
Figure 6: Choke Control Lever 4. Move the throttle control lever (D), if equipped, to the FAST position. Operate the engine with the throttle control lever in the FAST position (Figure 7). 8
Rapid retraction of starter cord (kickback) will pull hand and arm toward engine faster than you can let go. Broken bones, fractures, bruises or sprains could result. When starting engine, pull the starter rope handle slowly until resistance is felt, then pull rapidly. www.briggsandstratton.com
7. Electric Start Push in the safety key (F). Push the ON/ OFF switch (B) to the ON position. When the engine starts, release the ON/ OFF switch (Figure 11).
Figure 11: Electric Start 8. Slowly move the choke control lever to the RUN position. For maximum performance and engine life, operate with the throttle in FAST Figure 10: Rewind Start position. NOTE: When starting a warm engine after a short shutdown, leave the choke lever in the RUN position. If the engine fails to start, follow the starting instructions beginning with step 3. If assistance is needed, see the Troubleshooting Chart. Operation
How To Stop The Engine
WARNING: Do not move the choke control, if equipped, to CHOKE to stop the engine. Backfire, fire or engine damage could occur. 1. Rewind Start On models equipped with a throttle control lever, move the throttle control lever (D) to SLOW and then to the STOP position (see Figure 12). On models equipped with an ON/ OFF switch (B), first move the throttle control lever to the SLOW position and then move the ON/ OFF switch to the OFF position (Figure 13). 2. Electric Start First move the throttle control lever (D) to the SLOW position and then move the ON / OFF switch (B) to the OFF position (Figure 13). 3. Remove the safety key (F). (Figure 13). Store the safety key out of reach of children.
Figure 12: Throttle Control Lever
Figure 13: Safety Key and ON / OFF Switch
4. Turn the fuel shut-off valve (A), if equipped, to the OFF position (Figure 14).
Figure 14: Fuel Shut-off Valve 9
Check Oil Level 8 Hours or Daily 25 Hours 50 Hours 100 Hours 100-400 Hours
Service Air Cleaner Pre-Cleaner (if equipped) Replace Air Cleaner Cartridge (if not equipped with pre-cleaner) Change Oil n Inspect Muffler And Spark Arrester (if equipped) Replace Air Cleaner Cartridge (if equipped with pre-cleaner) Change Oil in Gear Reduction (if equipped)
Inspect / Replace Spark Plug Replace Fuel Filter (if equipped) Clean Air Cooling System * Check Valve Clearance
* In dusty conditions, clean more often. Check every 25 hours. In dusty conditions or when airborne debris is present, clean more often. Replace air filter if it is very dirty. n Change oil after first 5 to 8 hours of use, then every 50 hours. Change oil every 25 hours when operating the engine under heavy load or in high temperatures.
Regular maintenance will improve the performance and extend the life of the equipment. See any Authorized Briggs & Stratton service dealer for service. Use only original equipment replacement parts. Other parts may not perform as well, may damage the unit, and may result in injury. In addition, use of other parts may void your warranty. Check the fasteners. Make sure all fasteners are tight. Follow the information in the Maintenance section to keep the unit in good operating condition.
Unintentional sparking can result in fire or electric shock. Unintentional start-up can result in entanglement, traumatic amputation, or laceration. Use only correct tools. Do not tamper with governor spring, links or other parts to increase engine speed. Do not strike the flywheel with a hammer or hard object because the flywheel may later shatter during operation. www.briggsandstratton.com
Clean Engine of Debris
All the components used to build this engine must remain in place for proper operation.
Never make adjustments to the carburetor. The carburetor was set at the factory to operate efficiently under most conditions. However, if adjustments are required, see any Authorized Briggs & Stratton service dealer for service.
Maintenance, replacement, or repair of the emissions control devices and systems may be performed by any non-road engine repair establishment or individual. However, to obtain no charge repairs under the terms and provisions of the Briggs & Stratton warranty statement, any service or emissions control part repair or replacement must be performed by a factory authorized dealer. See the Emissions Warranty.
The manufacturer of the equipment on which this engine is installed specifies top speed at which the engine will be operated. DO NOT EXCEED this speed.
Check valve clearance every 250 hours. See Tune-up Specifications chart. Maintenance
Inspect Muffler And Spark Arrester
Inspect the muffler and the spark arrester (if equipped) every 50 hours. If muffler is equipped with a spark arrester screen, remove the screen for inspection. Replace the screen if damaged or plugged. If inspection determines that replacement parts are required, make sure to use only original equipment replacement parts.
Spark Plug (Figure 15)
Check the spark plug every 100 hours. Replace the spark plug if, upon inspection, the electrode (A) is burned or worn. Make sure that the spark plug is clean. Check the gap with a wire gauge (B). If necessary, reset to.030 in (0.76 mm).
NOTE: In some areas, local law requires using a resistor spark plug to suppress ignition signals. If this engine was originally equipped with a resistor spark plug, use same type for replacement.
.030 in (.76 mm)
Figure 15: Check Spark Plug
How To Change The Oil
Remove Oil (Figure 16) 1. With engine off but still warm, disconnect the spark plug wire and keep it away from the spark plug. 2. Remove the oil drain plug (F). Drain the oil into an appropriate receptacle. Note: Some of the various types of oil drain plugs (G) are shown in Figure 16. 3. Replace and tighten the oil drain plug.
Figure 16: Oil Drain Plug
Before adding oil Place engine level. Clean the oil fill area of any debris. Maintenance Models with oil fill cap (Figure 17) 1. Remove the oil fill cap (A). 2. Pour oil slowly. Fill to point of overflowing. 3. Replace and tighten the oil fill cap. Short Dipstick (Figure 18) 1. Remove the dipstick (B) and wipe with a clean cloth. 2. To add oil, pour oil slowly. Fill to point of overflowing. 3. Insert the dipstick but do not screw in. Oil level should be at FULL mark (C). 4. Replace and tighten the dipstick. Extended Dipstick (Figure 19) 1. Remove the dipstick (B) and wipe with a clean cloth. 2. Pour the oil slowly into the engine oil fill (D). DO NOT OVERFILL. After adding oil, wait one minute and then recheck the oil level. 3. Insert and tighten the dipstick. 4. Remove the dipstick and check the oil level. Make sure the oil is at the FULL mark (C) on the dipstick. 5. Replace and tighten the dipstick. 12 Figure 19: Extended Dipstick www.briggsandstratton.com
Figure 20: Flat Air Filter Maintenance
G B C A
Figure 21: Flat Air Filter
Figure 22: Oval Air Filter 13
How To Change The Gear Reduction Oil (Figure 23)
Change the oil in the gear reduction unit every 100 hours. The gear reduction unit is an optional feature that is not included on all models. If your engine is equipped with a gear reduction unit, service as follows. 1. Remove the oil drain plug (A) and drain the oil into an appropriate receptacle. 2. Install and tighten the oil drain plug. 3. Remove the oil fill plug (B) and the oil level plug (C). 4. To refill, slowly pour SAE 80W90 gear lube into the oil fill hole. Continue to pour until the oil runs out of the oil level hole (C). 5. Install and tighten the oil level plug. 6. Install and tighten the oil fill plug. Important: The oil fill plug has a vent hole (D) that must be installed on the top of the gear case cover as shown.
Figure 23: Gear Reduction
How To Replace The Fuel Filter
1. Before replacing the fuel filter (A), if equipped, drain the fuel tank or close the fuel shut-off valve. Otherwise, fuel can leak out and cause a fire or explosion. 2. Use pliers to squeeze tabs (B) on clamps (C), then slide the clamps away from the fuel filter. Twist and pull the fuel lines (D) off of the fuel filter. 3. Check the fuel lines for cracks or leaks. Replace if necessary. 4. Install new original equipment replacement filter. 5. Secure fuel lines to clamps as shown.
Gasoline and its vapors are extremely flammable and explosive. Fire or explosion can cause severe burns or death. Keep gasoline away from sparks, open flames, pilot lights, heat, and other ignition sources. Check fuel lines, tank, cap, and fittings frequently for cracks or leaks. Replace if necessary. Before replacing the fuel filter, drain the fuel tank or close the fuel shut-off valve. If fuel spills, wait until it evaporates before starting engine. Always use original equipment replacement parts for fuel system (cap, hoses, tanks, filters, etc.).
Figure 24: Fuel Filter 14 www.briggsandstratton.com
Clean Air Cooling System (Figure 25)
Do not use water to clean the engine. Water could contaminate the fuel system. Use a brush or dry cloth to clean the engine.
Keep linkage, springs and controls (B) clean. Keep the area around and behind the muffler (C) free of any combustible debris.
Running engines produce heat. Engine parts, especially muffler, become extremely hot. Severe thermal burns can occur on contact. Combustible debris, such as leaves, grass, brush, etc. can catch fire. Allow muffler, engine cylinder and fins to cool before touching. Remove accumulated debris from muffler area and cylinder area. This is an air cooled engine. Dirt or debris can restrict air flow and cause the engine to over heat, resulting in poor performance and reduced engine life. Daily or before every use, check the engine for accumulated dirt or debris that may restrict air flow. Use a brush or dry cloth to remove debris from the finger guard (A).
Figure 25: Clean Engine Maintenance Over time, debris can accumulate in the cylinder cooling fins and cause the engine to overheat. This debris cannot be observed without partial disassembly of the engine. For this reason, have an authorized Briggs & Stratton Service Dealer inspect and clean the air cooling system as recommended in the Maintenance Chart. If a FRESH STARTt fuel cap with a cartridge of concentrated slow drip stabilizer is used, there is no need to drain the fuel for seasonal storage as long as the cartridge contains stabilizer. Engine oil While the engine is still warm, change the engine oil. Lubricate cylinder and piston Remove the spark plug and pour approximately 1 oz (30 ml) of engine oil into the spark plug hole. Replace the spark plug and slowly pull the starter rope to distribute the oil. Clean engine Clean engine of surface debris, chaff, or grass. Storage Area Store in a clean, dry area. Do not store in the same area as a stove, furnace, water heater, or other appliance that uses a pilot light or has a device that can create a spark. 15
Storage (over 30 days)
Gasoline and its vapors are extremely flammable and explosive. Fire or explosion can cause severe burns or death. When Storing Gasoline Or Equipment With Fuel In Tank Store away from furnaces, stoves, water heaters or other appliances that have pilot lights or other ignition sources because they can ignite gasoline vapors. Fuel System Fuel can become stale when stored over 30 days. Stale fuel causes acid and gum deposits to form in the fuel system or on essential carburetor parts. Mix fuel stabilizer with the fuel in the tank or storage container. Run the engine for a short time to circulate stabilizer through the carburetor and engine. Engine and fuel can then be stored up to 24 months. If fuel stabilizer is used, you do not need to drain the gasoline prior to storage. If fuel stabilizer is not used, run the engine until it stops from lack of fuel.
PROBLEM Engine will not start Out of fuel Carburetor flooded CAUSE CORRECTION Add clean fresh fuel. Move the choke control lever to the RUN position. Then follow the starting procedure until the engine starts. Check oil level. Note: On some engines, if the oil pressure drops below 4-6 psi (0.2-0.4 kg / cm2), an oil pressure switch will either activate a warning light or stop the engine. Clean and set spark plug gap. Drain excess oil from engine to bring oil level to FULL mark on dipstick. Drain fuel tank. Fill with fresh fuel. Drain and clean fuel tank. Fill with fresh fuel. Contact Authorized Briggs & Stratton service dealer. Clean and set spark plug gap. If the spark plug electrode is burned or worn, replace the spark plug. Clean or replace air filter. Clean or replace the air filter. Clean and set spark plug gap. If the spark plug electrode is burned or worn, replace the spark plug. Stop engine immediately. Tighten all fasteners. If vibration continues, take the unit to an Authorized Briggs & Stratton service dealer.
Fouled spark plug Oil level is above FULL mark on dipstick Engine difficult to start or Engine runs erratically or Stale fuel Dirt in fuel tank Carburetor out of adjustment
Engine will not run at full speed Fouled spark plug Troubleshooting
Dirty air filter Engine smokes excessively Dirty air filter Fouled spark plug
Loose parts on engine or equipment
Go to www.briggsandstratton.com or call (800) 233-3723
Engine Specifications Model Series: Displacement: Bore Stroke Model Series: Displacement: Bore Stroke Model Series: Displacement: Bore Stroke Model Series: Displacement: Bore Stroke 120000 12.48 cu in (206 cc) 2.672 in (68 mm) 2.204 in (56 mm) 150000 15.22 cu in (249 cc) 2.970 in (75.44 mm) 2.200 in (56 mm) 200000 18.64 cu in (305 cc) 3.120 in (79.23 mm) 2.438 in (61.67 mm) 210000 20.85 cu in (342 cc) 3.300 in (83.81 mm) 2.438 in (61.67 mm) Tune-up Specifications * Model Series: Spark Plug Gap: Armature Air Gap: Intake Exhaust: Model Series: Spark Plug Gap: Armature Air Gap: Intake Exhaust: 120000 / 150000.030 in (.76 mm).010 .014 in (.25 .36 mm).004 .006 in (.10 .15 mm).009 .011 in (.23 .28 mm) 200000 / 210000.030 in (.76 mm).008 .012 in (.20 .30 mm).004 .006 in (.10 .15 mm).004 .006 in (.10 .15 mm) Common Service Parts n Service Part Flat air filter cartridge Flat pre-cleaner Oval air filter cartridge Oval pre-cleaner Oil Fuel filter Gas additive Resistor spark plug Long life platinum spark plug Spark plug wrench Spark tester Oil pump kit Part Number 491588 or or 89838 or 5056
BRIGGS & STRATTON ENGINE OWNER WARRANTY POLICY
Effective January 1, 2006 replaces all undated Warranties and all Warranties dated before January 1, 2006
Briggs & Stratton Corporation will repair or replace, free of charge, any part(s) of the engine that is defective in material or workmanship or both. Transportation charges on product submitted for repair or replacement under this warranty must be borne by purchaser. This warranty is effective for the time periods and subject to the conditions stated below. For warranty service, find the nearest Authorized Service Dealer in our dealer locator map at www.briggsandstratton.com, or by calling (800) 233-3723, or as listed in the Yellow Pages. There is no other express warranty, implied warranties, including those of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose, are limited to one year from purchase, or to the extent permitted by law any and all implied warranties are excluded. Liability for incidential or consequential damages are excluded to the extent exclusion is permitted by law. Some states or countries do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, and some states or countries do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitation and exclusion may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state and country to country.
WARRANTY TERMS **
Brand / Product Type Classict Etekt Extended Life Seriest Fourcet I / C Intekt (Kool Boret) Intekt (Sleeve Bore) Kerosene fuel operated engines Power Builtt (OHV) Q45t Quantum Quattrot Sprintt Vanguardt 2-Cycle Snow engine Touch-N-Mow Starter Classict Consumer Use 1 year 1 year 2 years 2 years 2 years 2 years 2 years 1 year 2 years 2 years 2 years 2 years 2 years 2 years 2 years 2 years 2 years Commercial Use 90 days 1 year 1 year 90 days 1 year 1 year 1 year 90 days 90 days 90 days 90 days 90 days 90 days 2 years 90 days 90 days 90 days Condition of Warranty Term 2 years consumer use in European Union
Equipped on Quantum or Intekt engines ** Engines used on Home Standby Generator applications are warranted under consumer use only. This warranty does not apply to engines on equipment used for prime power in place of a utility. Engines used in competitive racing or on commercial or rental tracks are not warrantied. The warranty period begins on the date of purchase by the first retail consumer or commercial end user, and continues for the period of time stated in the table above. Consumer use means personal residential household use by a retail consumer. Commercial use means all other uses, including use for commercial, income producing or rental purposes. Once an engine has experienced commercial use, it shall thereafter be considered as a commercial use engine for purposes of this warranty. No warranty registration is necessary to obtain warranty on Briggs & Stratton Products. Save your proof of purchase receipt. If you do not provide proof of the initial purchase date at the time warranty service is requested, the manufacturing date of the product will be used to determine the warranty period.
ABOUT YOUR WARRANTY
Briggs & Stratton welcomes warranty repair and apologizes to you for being inconvenienced. Any Authorized Service Dealer may perform warranty repairs. Most warranty repairs are handled routinely, but sometimes requests for warranty service may not be appropriate. For example, warranty would not apply if engine damage occurred because of misuse, lack of routine maintenance, shipping, handling, warehousing or improper installation. Similarly, warranty is void if the serial number of the engine has been removed or the engine has been altered or modified. If a customer differs with the decision of the Service Dealer, an investigation will be made to determine whether the warranty applies. Ask the Service Dealer to submit all supporting facts to his Distributor or the Factory for review. If the Distributor or the Factory decides that the claim is justified, the customer will be fully reimbursed for those items that are defective. To avoid misunderstanding which might occur between the customer and the Dealer, listed below are some of the causes of engine failure that the warranty does not cover. Normal wear: Engines, like all mechanical devices, need periodic parts service and replacement to perform well. Warranty will not cover repair when normal use has exhausted the life of a part or an engine. Improper maintenance: The life of an engine depends upon the conditions under which it operates, and the care it receives. Some applications, such as tillers, pumps and rotary mowers, are very often used in dusty or dirty conditions, which can cause what appears to be premature wear. Such wear, when caused by dirt, dust, spark plug cleaning grit, or other abrasive material that has entered the engine because of improper maintenance, is not covered by warranty. This warranty covers engine related defective material and / or workmanship only, and not replacement or refund of the equipment to which the engine may be mounted. Nor does the warranty extend to repairs required because of: 1 Problems caused by parts that are not original Briggs & Stratton parts. 2 Equipment controls or installations that prevent starting, cause unsatisfactory engine performance, or shorten engine life. (Contact equipment manufacturer.) 3 Leaking carburetors, clogged fuel pipes, sticking valves, or other damage, caused by using contaminated or stale fuel. (Use clean, fresh, lead-free gasoline and Briggs & Stratton Fuel Stabilizer, Part No. 5041.) 4 Parts which are scored or broken because an engine was operated with insufficient or contaminated lubricating oil, or an incorrect grade of lubricating oil (check oil level daily or after every 8 hours of operation. Refill when necessary and change at recommended intervals.) OIL GARD may not shut down running engine. Engine damage may occur if oil level is not properly maintained. Read Operating & Maintenance Instructions. Repair or adjustment of associated parts or assemblies such as clutches, transmissions, remote controls, etc., which are not manufactured by Briggs & Stratton. Damage or wear to parts caused by dirt, which entered the engine because of improper air cleaner maintenance, re-assembly, or use of a non-original air cleaner element or cartridge. (At recommended intervals, clean and re-oil the Oil-Foam element or the foam pre-cleaner, and replace the cartridge.) Read Operating & Maintenance Instructions. Parts damaged by over-speeding, or overheating caused by grass, debris, or dirt, which plugs or clogs the cooling fins, or flywheel area, or damage caused by operating the engine in a confined area without sufficient ventilation. (Clean fins on the cylinder, cylinder head and flywheel at recommended intervals.) Read Operating & Maintenance Instructions. Engine or equipment parts broken by excessive vibration caused by a loose engine mounting, loose cutter blades, unbalanced blades or loose or unbalanced impellers, improper attachment of equipment to engine crankshaft, over-speeding or other abuse in operation. A bent or broken crankshaft, caused by striking a solid object with the cutter blade of a rotary lawn mower, or excessive v-belt tightness. Engine or engine component failure, i.e., combustion chamber, valves, valve seats, valve guides, or burned starter motor windings, caused by the use of alternate fuels such as, liquified petroleum, natural gas, altered gasolines, etc.
10 Routine tune-up or adjustment of the engine. 11
Warranty service is available only through service dealers which have been authorized by Briggs & Stratton Corporation. Your nearest Authorized Service Dealer is listed in the Yellow Pages of your telephone directory under Engines, Gasoline or Gasoline Engines, Lawn Mowers, or similar category.
Emissions Control System Warranty Statement
Briggs & Stratton Corporation (B&S), the California Air Resources Board (CARB) and the United States Environmental Protection Agency (U.S. EPA) Emissions Control System Warranty Statement (Owners Defect Warranty Rights and Obligations)
California, United States and Canada Emissions Control Defects Warranty Statement The California Air Resources Board (CARB), U.S. EPA and B&S are pleased to explain the Emissions Control System Warranty on your small off-road engine (SORE). In California, new small off-road engines model year 2006 and later must be designed, built and equipped to meet the States stringent anti-smog standards. Elsewhere in the United States, new non-road, spark-ignition engines certified for model year 1997 and later must meet similar standards set forth by the U.S. EPA. B&S must warrant the emissions control system on your engine for the periods of time listed below, provided there has been no abuse, neglect or improper maintenance of your small off-road engine. Your emissions control system includes parts such as the carburetor, air cleaner, ignition system, fuel line, muffler and catalytic converter. Also included may be connectors and other emissions related assemblies. Where a warrantable condition exists, B&S will repair your small off-road engine at no cost to you including diagnosis, parts and labor. Briggs & Stratton Emissions Control Defects Warranty Coverage Small off-road engines are warranted relative to emissions control parts defects for a period of two years, subject to provisions set forth below. If any covered part on your engine is defective, the part will be repaired or replaced by B&S. Owners Warranty Responsibilities As the small off-road engine owner, you are responsible for the performance of the required maintenance listed in your Operating and Maintenance Instructions. B&S recommends that you retain all your receipts covering maintenance on your small off-road engine, but B&S cannot deny warranty solely for the lack of receipts or for your failure to ensure the performance of all scheduled maintenance. As the small off-road engine owner, you should however be aware that B&S may deny you warranty coverage if your small off-road engine or a part has failed due to abuse, neglect, improper maintenance or unapproved modifications. You are responsible for presenting your small off-road engine to an Authorized B&S Service Dealer as soon as a problem exists. The undisputed warranty repairs should be completed in a reasonable amount of time, not to exceed 30 days. If you have any questions regarding your warranty rights and responsibilities, you should contact a B&S Service Representative at (414) 259-5262. The emissions warranty is a defects warranty. Defects are judged on normal engine performance. The warranty is not related to an in-use emissions test.
Look For Relevant Emissions Durability Period and Air Index Information On Your Engine Emissions Label
Engines that are certified to meet the California Air Resources Board (CARB) Tier 2 Emissions Standard must display information regarding the Emissions Durability Period and the Air Index. Briggs & Stratton makes this information available to the consumer on our emissions labels. The engine emissions label will indicate certification information. The Emissions Durability Period describes the number of hours of actual running time for which the engine is certified to be emissions compliant, assuming proper maintenance in accordance with the Operating & Maintenance Instructions. The following categories are used: Moderate: Engine is certified to be emissions compliant for 125 hours of actual engine running time. Intermediate: Engine is certified to be emissions compliant for 250 hours of actual engine running time. Extended: Engine is certified to be emissions compliant for 500 hours of actual engine running time. For example, a typical walk-behind lawn mower is used 20 to 25 hours per year. Therefore, the Emissions Durability Period of an engine with an intermediate rating would equate to 10 to 12 years. Certain Briggs & Stratton engines will be certified to meet the United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) Phase 2 emissions standards. For Phase 2 certified engines, the Emissions Compliance Period referred to on the Emissions Compliance label indicates the number of operating hours for which the engine has been shown to meet Federal emissions requirements. Engines that are certified to meet the California Air Resources Board (CARB) Tier 2 Emissions Standard must display information regarding the Emissions Durability Period and the Air Index. Briggs & Stratton makes this information available to the consumer on our emissions labels. The engine emissions label will indicate certification information. For engines less than 225 cc displacement. Category C = 125 hours Category B = 250 hours Category A = 500 hours For engines of 225 cc or more displacement. Category C = 250 hours Category B = 500 hours Category A = 1000 hours
Briggs & Stratton Engines Are Made Under One Or More Of The Following Patents: Design D-247,177 (Other Patents Pending)
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BRIGGS & STRATTON ALTERNATOR CHART
DC only Alternator
0.5 Amp DC unregulated Output @ 2800 rpm
0.5 Amp DC unregulated
1.5 Amp DC unregulated
1.2 Amp DC unregulated
3 Amp DC unregulated
1 Red Wire
1 Black Wire
12X400 15X400 20X400 21X400
Red Connector Diode 391507
2 Red Wires, 1 Black Wire
Since 1989 Alternator outside the flywheel
791743 Since 2007
793640 Since 2007
494254 Since 1988
394250 Since 1979
System 3 / System 4
2 - 4 Amp DC unregulated
Diode 391507 Diode 391507
Since 1981 Alternator outside the flywheel
695730 Since 2000
694457 Since 1999
696578 Since 1973
393809 Since 1978
AC only Alternator
14 Volts AC unregulated
Dual circuit Alternator
1Black Wire 1 Red Wire
Amp DC / 5 Amp AC 14 Volts AC unregulated
1 Black Wire, 1 Red Wire
Diode 790292 790292
2 White Connectors
696742 Since 2002
1 Red Wire 1 Yellow Wire 1 Black Wire
Since 1974 Small magnets
698230 Since 2002
696459 Since 2007
15X000 20X000 21X000
793118 Since 2007 795498
4 Amp Regulated Alternator
4 Amp DC regulated
5 or 9 Amp Regulated Alternator
5 or 9 Amp regulated, Tri-circuit
5 or 9 Amp Regulated or Tri-circuit Alternator
Black Wire 5 or 9 Amp DC regulated, Tri-circuit
Plastic sleeves Green Wires to regulator, 1 Green, 1 Red between Armatures
794360 Green Connector
1 Yellow Wire
Green Connector 1 Yellow Wire Red Connector 1 Red Wire
Small magnet 28 Volts AC 5 Amp DC regulated Large magnet 40 Volts AC 9 Amp DC regulated
Tri-circuit Diode Wire Green Connector
with 2 diodes leading to 1 Red Wire and 1 White Wire Red Wire = 2-5 Amp DC unregulated for battery charge White Wire = 2-5 Amp DC negative for lights
Red Connector 1 Red Wire
Since 1994 Small magnets
1 Red Wire, 2 Green Wires, 1 Black Wire
698314 Since 2002
Since 1988 (5 & 9 Amp) 1976 Tri-circuit
10 Amp Alternator
2 Black Wires 10 Amp DC regulated
2 Black Wires
10 Amp DC regulated High Output
399916 To be ordered separately Green Wires
10 Amp DC regulated
399916 Shipped loose 2 Green Wires
Since 2000 Small magnets
2 Yellow Wires
2 Black Connectors
2 Black Wires, 1 Red Wire
790320 Since 2004
Since 1974 Medium magnets
715798 Since 2001
715262 Since 1988
13 Amp Power Link Alternator
White Connector Black Connector
Ivory sheathed wires
115 Volts - 60 Hz, 13 Amp DC regulated
115 Volts 60 Hz, 13 Amp DC regulated
2 Red Wires, 1 Green Wire
35X400 Orange Connector
1 Orange Wire
Black Connector White Connector
2 Yellow Wires 1 Red Wire
Black Connector Yellow Connector
2 Yellow Wires 1 Black Wire
Yellow Connector White Connector White Connector 1 Blue Wire, White Connector 2 Red Wires, Black Connector White Connector Yellow Sheath 1 White Wire,
1 Black Wire, 1 Green Wire 2 Yellow Wires, 1 Red Wire 2 Black Wires
697261 Connector Orange
697992 White Sheath 1 Blue Wire White Connector 2 Red Wire Black Connector White Connector Yellow Sheath 1 White Wire,
1 Black Wire, 1 Green Wire
697810 Since 2002
841588 Since 2007
841833 Since 2007
697992 White Connector 1 Blue Wire White Connector 2 Red Wires Black Connector White Connector Yellow Sheath 1 White Wire,
White Connector 1 Blue Wire White Connector 2 Red Wires Black Connector White Connector Yellow Sheath 1 White Wire,
1 Red Wire, 1 Brown Wire, 1 Orange Wire charge indicator light
809175 Since 2007
10, 13 and 16 A DC Regulated or Quad Circuit Alternator
Engine (10 A.) (16 A.)
14 Amp Regulated Alternator
2 Blue Wires 14 Amp DC regulated
20 Amp Regulated Alternator
2 Yellow Wires, 1 Red Wire 20 Amp DC regulated
10, 13, 16 Amp DC regulated, Quad-Circuit (regulated battery charge but unregulated lights)
Yellow Connector 2 Yellow Wires Red Connector Red Wire
Small Magnets = 20 Volts AC @ stator and 10 Amp DC regulated Medium Magnets = 20 Volts AC @ stator and 13 Amp DC regulated Large Magnets = 30 Volts AC @ stator and 16 Amp DC regulated
1 Brown Wire 1 Orange Wire 1 Red Wire
Yellow Connector 2 Yellow Wires Double White Connector
1 Red Wire (charge) 1 Blue Wire (charge indicator light)
10 A Since A Since A Since 1983 Quad Circuit Since 1984
Yellow Connector 2 Yellow Wires White Connector
Black Wire = 8 Amp DC unregulated for lights Red Wire = 8 Amp DC regulated for battery Small magnets Quad Circuit 20 Volts AC @ stator
20 Amp DC regulated
691362 White Connector
1 Red Wire 1 Black Wire 1 Yellow Wire 2 Blue Wires 1 Green Wire
20H400 21ABlack Connectors
2 Black Wires 1 Red Wire
825004 Since 1998
Since 1995 Large magnets
793658 Since 2007 795498
20 - 50 Amp Regulated/ Inverter Alternator
2 Yellow Wires each 20 -50 Amp DC regulated
40 Amp Alternator
40 Amp DC regulated
60 Amp Alternator
60 Amp DC regulated
Flywheel / Magnets
For Engine Series V TWIN VANGUARD: SMALL: 841178 Since 2004
7/8 x 11/16 (22 x 18 mm) 1-1/16 x 11/16 (27 x 18 mm) 1-1/16 x 15/16 (27 x 24 mm)
SMALL: MEDIUM: LARGE:
7/8 x 21/32 (22 x 17 mm) 7/8 x 29/32 (22 x 23 mm) 1-3/32 x 29/32 (28 x 23 mm)
2 White Connector
4 Yellow Wires, 1 Red Wire
825084 Since Since 2002
825479 Since Since 2002
Note : Unless specified, all tests must be carried out with the engine running at 3600 rpm. The values indicated are minimium values. If the value measured is lower than indicated a repeat test is advised before proceding any further.
MS-2288FL - 11/08
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