Small Engine Backfire?


Small engine backfires are actually small explosions that occur outside of the combustion chamber rather than within the combustion chamber. This is normally due to fuel burning in the engine before the intake valves are fully closed. Another cause of backfire can be if fuel leaks into the exhaust system.
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if im thinking about this correctally. if the engine is running too rich it can cause a build up as you shut it off. if it is injected into the engine and not ignited. but im not
Most small engines, like lawn mowers and weed whackers, are simple to fix. First pull the top off the engine and check for broken springs or levers. Checkout a book from the library
One type of backfire that occurs in a 23 HP Kawasaki engine is caused by improper ignition timing. The combustion cylinder's fuel intake valve opens to take in a fuel/air mixture
backfires occur when not all the fuel is ignited in the engine and instead ignites in the exhaust.
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To determine small engine backfiring problems, you should have a manual or trouble shooting guide to your vehicle. You can use a guide to help you find out what ...
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