Briggs & Stratton 796227 Carburetor
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- Briggs & Stratton 796227
- Genuine Briggs & Stratton Carburetor
- Fits Most 406000, 407000, 40G000, 40H000, 445000 Model Briggs & Stratton Engines
- Product Dimensions : 2.54 x 17.78 x 20.32 cm; 657.71 Grams
- Date First Available : 14 November 2016
- Manufacturer : Briggs & Stratton
- ASIN : B002WNUBNY
- Item Model Number : 796227
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The new solenoid heated up and it would not allow fuel in the carburetor.
Not very happy about that.
I should ask Amazon for some money back but its too much headache.
In retrospect, should have bought a Chinese knock-out, would had probably worked as good I would think, instead i paid x3 times the price and still did not worked until I changed to the old solenoid.
Just my experience.
I had to order a new intake manifold from Deere because I noticed the original manifold was heat warped when I tried to mate the new carburetor to the original manifold. I never knew that anyone manufactured plastic intake manifolds but was told that this is common practice in small engines. After that was taken care of and the carburetor / manifold assembly was installed onto the V-twin it started and ran. Haven't had a leak since.