How do I test the solenoid on a Briggs& Stratton engine?

Answer Think of a solenoid as the stopgap for fuel in your Briggs & Stratton engine. The solenoid keeps fuel from going to the carburetor once the ignition switch turns off. Briggs & Stratton refers to th... Read More »

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How to Fix the Muffler on a Briggs & Stratton Engine?

If while running your Briggs & Stratton engine you notice it is getting unusually loud, there is most likely a problem with the muffler. The muffler is full of chambers that route the exhaust out o... Read More »

How to Build a Briggs and Stratton Engine?

Briggs and Stratton engines are found on a large number of garden tools. Lawnmowers, wood chippers and chainsaws are mainstays for Briggs and Stratton engines and can run for years maintenance-free... Read More »

How to Set the Points on a Briggs & Stratton Engine?

Briggs & Stratton is a manufacturer of small engines used in lawn and garden equipment such as lawn mowers, rototillers, snow blowers and more. Since 1982, Briggs & Stratton engines have used a sol... Read More »

How to Change the Oil in a Briggs & Stratton 4.5 Engine?

Small-engine maker Briggs & Stratton has a reputation for building reliable, long-lasting equipment. The key to making the engine last is changing the oil once a year or after every 50 hours of use... Read More »