Starting Small Engines in the Cold Weather?

Answer Owners of lawnmowers, boats, weed eaters and numerous other devices with small engines may notice that the engines are somewhat more difficult to start during cold weather. From checking the oil to... Read More »

Top Q&A For: Starting Small Engines in the Cold Weather

How to Start Engines With Starting Fluid?

You can start an engine that has been sitting for a while in cold weather with starting fluid. Inside the carburetor, you'll find a valve into which you can spray the starter fluid. You must do thi... Read More »

Does cold weather really give you a cold/flu?

Although most people consider the cold and flu season to span from November through February, these ailments are not limited to the winter months. Winter is not the only time that people get colds ... Read More »

How to Repair Small Engines?

Small engines mounted to machinery such as lawn mowers, generators, scooters, or go carts have common characteristics that make them unique. Proper maintenance is vital for the prevention of any ma... Read More »

What does the DOM abbreviation on small engines mean?

On many small engines, the abbreviation DOM is listed near the model and serial numbers. Date of Manufacture (DOM) can tell you exactly when the motor was made. This number is important because it... Read More »