If anyone can help, I sure would appreciate it. The control link and the governor link are highlighted in this picture. It has the fixed jet pulsa jet carb. That's assuming that it even has compression release. . Insert the screw into the air filter housing cover and tighten with a flat-head screwdriver.
The governor springs were all stretched out and not connected when I got it, I just got new springs for it and now I dont know where to put them. The link goes to the hole at the end of the arm blue arrow. Unclip the short round end of the primary governor spring from the throttle control lever by hand. This is the one they said goes with my engine. I got it for free and the linkage has never been right. Could send you a photo of spring connection etc.
The engine model is 130292 type 3016-01. Thanks for all the help so far! Here is the upper end where it all ties together. The primary governor spring is longer than the secondary spring with a longer end that is oval shaped and a shorter end that is rounded. I only have one linkage rod going down towards the governor arm. From the governor arm the spring is attached to the lower back tank bracket looking from the recoil starter side. So all i can get is idle speed only from this setup, something is not hooked up right.
The choke is controlled by a single lever control mounted on the tank. Hi Folks Is there a resolution to this issue? Hopes this clears things up for you. I too cannot seem to get how it works. I have another problem now. There are generally two governor springs that operate the engine throttle and governor, the primary and secondary springs. Hi, working on a Troy Bilt Pony tiller, has the single rod from the plastic link to the governor arm and on top to the throttle. It connects to the rotating control arm on the bottom of the tank bracket.
Clip the other oval-shaped end of the secondary spring into the hole of the stationary tang, located on the throttle lever control bracket. This picture highlights where the control link connects. I got the engine started, but I had to screw the idle adjustment screw on the throttle lever in all the way to give it gas. Place the air filter housing assembly on the top of the carburetor. Hello, I have just recently purchased an edger with a 3. The red link is the control link and it connects to a metal bell crank highlighted in yellow.
There will be a slight variation to this set up with older engines. I hooked it up where I thought it should go, but the throttle would not work. I removed the carb and fuel tank for cleaning, but can not remember how the rods and spring connect to the governor. Apparently the compression release is not working. It connects on top to the throttle lever arm.
Also, the spring will be different. The governor increases and decreases engine speed as the lawn mower is used over different terrains. The throttle lever is located on the throttle lever control bracket in front of the carburetor. They will have a short bend on both sides. This one just has the single control lever going down to the governor arm.
Any help would be appreciated. It connects from the governor arm to the black plastic bell crank highlighted in black. This engine has not been run in 3 or 4 years. The governor springs connects to the opposite end that the link connects to. Unclip the long oval-shaped end of the primary governor spring from the loop in the governor throttle arm linkage by hand.
I have no idea where to connect the spring I just bought. Did you have any luck? Reconnect the spark plug wire. After making the connections and installing the tank and carb, I was ready to try to start the engine. Clip one oval-shaped end of the governor secondary spring into the loop of the governor throttle arm linkage. Thanks, tiredoldman Rivets: Thanks for the link. If anyone can provide some help, I sure would appreciate it.