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Gas Cap (799585)

Gas Cap 799585

Part Number: 799585

For use with 550e & 550ex Series™, 625e, 675ex & 725ex Series™ and Professional Series™ 7.75-8.75 Engines

Briggs & Stratton Genuine Part
Designed specifically for our engines and can save on costly repairs while maintaining valuable warranty coverage.

Price
$11.65
Quantity
Assembled Height 1.238
Assembled Length 6.630
Assembled Weight .095
Assembled Width 6.250
Engine Brand Briggs & Stratton

I have a push lawn mower, briggs and stratton, and the gas cap broke just a few months of using it. The numbers on the mower says... 9L602  0927  F1  12110151 Can you tell me what gas cap I need to buy? Please help

Asked by: Little177
You can find information on your engine here: http://bit.ly/12pIs1I Select engine as your product type and follow the directions for entering the model type and trim into the search fields.
Answered by: Nicole_BriggsStratton
Date published: 2014-08-19

I have a Murray with a Briggs & Stratton 625E motor. The gas cap that came with it leaks around the cap badly. No its not the vent and no its not tilted. Yes its the correct cap since I bought it new. I'm not only one with this issue so maybe fix it BS. 

Asked by: Jbob
Without the engines model type and code, we are unable to look into this issue. Please contact us directly with the requested information here: http://bit.ly/15oObYS
Answered by: Nicole_BriggsStratton
Date published: 2014-06-06

I have a poulan pro pushmower with a briggs and stratton 500e motor and I don't know what gas cap to get. My son ran over the old one and destroyed it hahaha

Asked by: aaron22222
To locate any information on your engine, you will first need the model type and code. Please see the following link for assistance in locating these numbers: http://bit.ly/17rzznN Once you have this information you can find information on your engine here: http://bit.ly/12pIs1I Select engine as your product type and follow the directions for entering the model type and trim into the search fields.
Answered by: Nicole_BriggsStratton
Date published: 2014-09-09

Is there a design flaw with this model?  The gas cap it came with has fallen off the machine a number of times while mowing and now we can't find it.  Is there a replacement cap for this that will not leak or unscrew itself while the mower is running?

Asked by: Don45
To locate any information on your engine, you will first need the model type and code. Please see the following link for assistance in locating these numbers: http://bit.ly/17rzznN Once you have this information you can find information on your engine here: http://bit.ly/12pIs1I Select engine as your product type and follow the directions for entering the model type and trim into the search fields.
Answered by: Nicole_BriggsStratton
Date published: 2014-05-17

I have a M22500 Murray mower with a Briggs engine with this cap and it leaks profusely after 1 year of service - why?

Asked by: smelllikegas
Leaking from the cap can occur if the engine is overfilled with fuel or tilted in the wrong direction. These caps are vented and will leak if tilted the wrong way.
Answered by: Nicole_BriggsStratton
Date published: 2014-05-16

I have a Murray M20300 mower. The Briggs and Stratton engine model number on the front is 9L602-1611-F1. The gas cap broke after only four months. There is no part number stamped on the broken cap. Will this gas cap work for this engine? Thanks!

Asked by: cgmills
The gas cap part number for your engine is 795472.
Answered by: Nicole_BriggsStratton
Date published: 2014-04-14

I have an 8.75 model number is 121s75-3120f1 the motor will start an run then when you shut it off it won't restart. Coil is good spark plug is good cleaned carb and fuel tank. Could the gas cap keep fuel from getting to the carb.

Asked by: Pokey
It could be the gas cap creating a vapor lock. Try loosening it 1/4 turn.
Answered by: Nicole_BriggsStratton
Date published: 2014-04-07

I have a 2012 Snapper Ninja walk behind mower with the B&S 725ex engine.  It has the new design of cap. The gas cap leaked gas so I replaced it with a new one and it leaks also.  This appears to be a design problem.  What can be done to fix this?

Asked by: notahappycustomer
In order to determine you have the correct gas cap, we will first need the model type and code. Please see the following FAQ for assistance in locating these numbers: http://bit.ly/17rzznN Once you have this information you can find information on your engine here: http://bit.ly/12pIs1I Select engine as your product type and follow the directions for entering the model type and trim into the search fields.
Answered by: Nicole
Date published: 2014-03-11

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