Hi,how do I get at the choke on this particular engine,it looks like it is pretty sealed unless I remove the carburetor,is this the case?
Hi again,when you take the air filter off on this model all you can see is the vertical inlet chamber with a jet at the bottom,and the choke flap is nowhere to be seen,have you access to an exploded view of the carb.in order to ascertain the position of it,could it be on the other side of float chamber,i.e.on the engine side of the carburetor? Also there do not seem to be any moving parts on the carburetor only the throttle mechanism on the engine side of it,is there any adjustment anywhere that could affect the even running.
Its a Champion 450, & is 148cc.& the serial no.is 1012075111496,& it also has CR84 printed somewhere on the body,I dont know if this is sufficient information for you.
What do you mean with 'what is this application'?
Is this Briggs engine? With carburetor mounted on the fuel tank? Here is link to what I think you may have.----http://outdoorpowerinfo.com/repairs/briggs_vacu-jet_vert_auto_all-temp.asp