What is a Flywheel Magnet for Small Engines?

Answer Flywheels refer to devices that store inertia to be used as rotational energy. Flywheels utilize magnets in small cars to generate voltage.

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How a Flywheel Magnet Works?

In cars, trucks and other large vehicles, the flywheel is an important component that serves two functions: It maintains a constant angular velocity for the crankshaft and helps maintain electrical... Read More »

How to Test a Briggs Flywheel Magnet?

When your Briggs & Stratton engine won't start but has plenty of gas, a clean carburetor and air filter, and a good spark plug, then you will need to make sure the flywheel magnet is working. The f... Read More »

How do I remove a small engine flywheel?

Remove the flywheel cover. Unscrew the puller bolt of the flywheel puller tool until the the fingers of the puller can grab the bottom of the flywheel. The tip of the puller bolt should sit on the ... Read More »

How do I Remove the Flywheel From a Small Engine Lawnmower?

When preparing to overhaul a lawnmower engine, you will need to know how to remove a stubborn flywheel from the crankshaft. Some flywheels only need a little persuasion with a couple of wedges tapp... Read More »