How Do I Fix a Tecumseh Recoil Starter?

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Fixing a Tecumseh Recoil Starter is done as follows Removing the flash plug wire from the spark plug by pulling, Loosening the bolts that secure the starter shroud to the engine, Holding the starter shroud with one hand, Grabbing the knot in the knot hole near the center of the pulley with a pair of needle-nose pliers, Inserting the open end of the new rope, Tieing a knot in the end of the rope, Pulling on the starter rope from outside the shroud , Replacing the starter shroud on the engine.
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In order to fix a Tecumseh recoil starter, it's first very important to know what is wrong with the starter itself. The problems can range from a starter issue itself, or the rope of the starter needing replaced. For either situation, the owner will have to remove any protective body covering surrounding the starter. There are also several bolts which attach the starter to the rest of the mechanism. These will have to be removed in order to remove the starter completely.
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1. Locate the spark plug connector that is on the motor. Pull on the rubber connector to unplug it from the spark plug. 2. Find and remove the bolts that are used to secure the start
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Sounds like the pin that holds the spring on or your winding the spring to tight.
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Hi, The starters are made by a different company. How about some engine numbers so I can look it up. Some have one pawl, some have two. Some have metal, some have plastic. Peace,
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