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post #1 of 17 Old 11-25-2019, 09:27 PM Thread Starter
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Sears Craftsmen 22" Briggs 09A413 runs and then dies

I have this snow blower with a 4 cycle Briggs engine, the carb was a little dirty not bad, cleaned it out and it started up and ran for about 5 mins then quit, I thought maybe not enough gas, so I added more. something again. I put in a brand new plug and no difference, I even tried a new coil and again no difference I need a little help, thanks.
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You might check to see if you're getting enough fuel. Maybe the the fuel line has broken down internally and is restricting flow or something in the fuel tank restricting the flow out the tank.

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I second the fuel line check, Over time the fuel line swells and reduces fuel flow. Time for new ones.
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Thanks I will try tomorrow
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I figured I'd throw this into the mix as it wasn't mentioned. There may be an inline filter or possibly a built in screen in the gas tank just where the gas exits that has been covered with sediment not letting gas through. Another thing, there's no mention on what gas your trying to use but if it's old, don't expect much out of it since stale gas is basically whatever hasn't evaporated and what's left is shellac.
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Does it have a automatic choke? Sounds just like a problem I fixed recently on a B&S lawnmower engine. Started, ran for a few seconds, sputtered and then died. Replaced the automatic choke, located between the exhaust and head, made the adjustments in the instruction sheet and the engine ran like a champ. If it doesn't have a auto choke, you might have a clogged up vent on your gas cap? Did it run again for about 5 min after you removed the gas cap and added more gas? Try running it with the gas cap lose, about 1/2 to 3/4 tank of gas. If it runs without stalling after 5 min you found the problem
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You say the carb was a bit dirty. Did you remove the bowl and possibly the carb bowl not oriented back in the right spot limiting the float from dropping /not allowing enough gas passed the needle valve seat
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Try loosing the gas hen it dies and restart it. The cap vent may be plugged.




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I have had a few Briggs like yours where the bowl nut passages were blocked with dried gas and needed a GOOD cleaning.


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Try the gas cap. If the cap vent is clogged, then a vacuum will be created, preventing fuel from getting to the carb.

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