While applying, my Permagreen Ultra (with Briggs) just stopped. I added gas and installed a new spark plug--no help. Started with the rope, but would not respond to the throttle. Pushed it to the drive under a nice shade tree. Removed air cleaner. Turns out the medium size spring that connects the governer to the throttle rusted out and it popped out. I bent a new hook on the end and reinstalled--worked fine. Twenty minutes later ran faster than ever--faster yet--in fact it would not stop! Hit the kill switch. Removed air cleaner, and turned out now the governer linkage had popped out of its hole on the throttle, (hope I am describing it right). Is there a clip or retainer that holds the governor wire on the little plate on top of the throttle butterfly? I am holding it with a rubber band--for now. Anybody got pictures or diagrams of carb linkages? How many springs should I have? And where do they connect? I think my idle spring may have rusted away in the distant past.