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Fresh Start Fuel Stabilizer Plus (100002WEB)

Fuel Additive 100002

Part Number: 100002WEB

Briggs & Stratton Genuine Fresh Start Fuel Preservative Plus is designed for use on all 2- and 4-cycle engines. It promotes quick starting, serves as a gasoline preservative for up to 24 months, reduces and prevents gum, corrosion, and other ethanol related problems.

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

Price
$6.55
Quantity
Assembled Weight 0.420
Engine Brand Briggs & Stratton

How long do I have to add Briggs & Stratton fuel stabilizer to gas I purchased 4 1/2 months ago for my generator? Thank you

Asked by:
You should add fuel stabilizer immediately when purchasing new gas. Gasoline can breakdown and become stale in as little as 2 weeks. As it becomes stale, it turns into a varnish that coats all internal parts.
Answered by: Terri
Date published: 2012-12-21

fuel stabilizer one green one blue

are they the same or has there been a change
Asked by: spider
The green and blue stabilizer will function in the same manner. There was not a change.
Answered by: Nicole
Date published: 2012-09-20

Freshstart Fuel Stablizer - measurement on bulb is in ML and instructions are in OZ. How much do I put in the gas in ML's??

Asked by: Fireskye
For Australians/Kiwis 2.5 Gallons (us gallons) = 9.5 (9.46Liters to be more precise) Liters for 30 mils (29.57 mils ) for storage of your small engine or 9.5 Liters for 15 mils for general running of your small engine. Or:- 3.16 Mil/Liter of fuel for storage (30/9.5) 1.57 Mil/Liter of fuel for general running For whipper snipper/brush cutter:- 1.9 mils/600 mils of fuel for storage .94 mils/600 mils of fuel for running (one mil syringe/eye dropper is good)
Answered by: Dave1477
Date published: 2012-12-01

how do i replace the primer bulb on engine model# 12H882

Asked by: ddubs
Repair procedures for your engine are located in the repair manual. To locate your repair manual please view the following link: bit.ly/pTd3gC
Answered by: Nicole
Date published: 2012-03-13

What concentration of fuel stabilizer #100002 should I put in my gas for my snowblower?

Not shown on the bottle and not found on your website...
Asked by: basicquestion
The concentration should be 100%. Do not dilute the fuel stabilizer. Use one ounce of stabilizers for 2 1/2 gallons of fuel.
Answered by: Nicole
Date published: 2013-05-15

About using a stabilzer- A local lawn and garden center has a recommendation

sheet saying small engine manfu. are recommending "the use of high octane gas in small engines. We highly recommend USING ONLY 91/93 OCTANE Every 2-3 weeks! OR 89 octane with STARTRON FUEL TREATMENT!!!" I just purchased a snowblower with your 250cc engine. The manual suggests using a stabilizer of no particular kind. I have been using STABIL for years with good results. This lawn and garden store says it no longer works due to the 10 percent ethanol in all fuel today. Are they just pushing the more expensive STARTRON fuel addItive or is your manual wrong? I consider your company to be the expert in small engines.
Asked by: Bobtheblowhard
Thank you for your inquiry. We recommend a minimum of 87 octane to be used in our engines. Additional information on the fuel recommendations please view the following FAQ: http://bit.ly/pyA7gc Per the Briggs and Stratton engine's operators manual we recommend the Fresh Start fuel stabilizer. This has been tested to work in the engines with the above fuel type. Additional information on the Briggs and Stratton Fresh Start fuel stabilizer is located here: http://bit.ly/sAKoy2 Nicole - Briggs & Stratton Answer Center
Answered by: Nicole
Date published: 2011-10-26

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