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What is the measured CO2 emission value for my engine?
January 01, 2019

Learn what your measured CO2 emission value is for your engine in this Briggs & Stratton FAQ. Read More »

Assembly Instructions - 2006/42/EC

These basic assembly instructions are intended for use by the OEM for installation of Briggs & Stratton engines into their equipment. Read More »

Is this a 2-cycle engine? If so, what is the best oil gas ratio?

Learn how to identify a 2 cycle engine and determine what the best oil to gas ratio mix is for that engine. Read More »

How to Inspect Your Small Engine for Brake Replacement

Looking to service or check the small engine brakes yourself? Find our step-by-step guide on how to inspect the braking system for replacement! Read More »

How do you rebuild or overhaul a small engine carburetor?

Learn how to repair and rebuild the small engine carburetor in your lawn mower or snow blower to ensure peak performance. Read More »

How to Clean a Lawn Mower or Snow Blower Engine

Grass & other debris can lead to a dirty lawn mower or snow blower engine. Learn how to clean small engines & prevent these common problems. Read More »

How to test a small engine charging system, battery & alternator?

Learn how to check for a dead lawn mower battery & perform an alternator test in your small engine charging system. Read More »

How Do I Find My Direct Engine Replacement Specifications?

Looking to replace your engine? Learn how to find your direct engine replacement specifications, including for vertical and horizontal shaft engines! Read More »

How Can I Find the Engine Serial / Model Number, Type & Trim?

Find answers to questions regarding how to locate the model, serial number, type or engine codes for your Briggs & Stratton products. Read More »

How Do I Measure Briggs & Stratton’s Engine Power?

To understand or find your engine’s power & capabilities, read our FAQ on engine horsepower and torque value for your Briggs & Stratton equipment! Read More »