Time is worth money, too.Changing parts to determine why an engine is not working properly can get expensive fast.
At $80 an hour even diagnostic work gets expensive.
Once we value our time it gives us perspective in terms of whether we want to diagnose, or just replace.
Yeah but this one runs, it just cuts off once it's warmed up and the operator engages the PTO or the forward/reverse hydraulics... So the first step here would be to test the coils, come to think of it maybe the seat safety switch.Remember that only 3 basics needed to run many gas engines
Removing any of these 3 and u will have a none running engine