out of gas

It sounds crazy, but it happens!

Make sure you check your fuel level each time before you fire up your mower.

(2) Old Gas Leads To A Clogged Carburetor

How long ago did you fill up your gas tank?  And how old was the gas you used?

Gas only has a shelf life of about 30 days because of the ethanol it contains. If you have old gas in your tank, the ethanol may have caused corrosion and clogged your carburetor.

(3) Clogged Fuel Filter

The lack of proper fuel flow to the carburetor will prevent your mower from starting. If this is the case, the fuel filter will need to be replaced.

(4) Dead battery

If you have a 12V battery, the voltage should read very close to 12V. If it’s less, your battery may not have enough juice to start the mower.

(5) Bad Starter Solenoid

If you turn the key in your ignition, and hear a clicking sound, it is probably your starter solenoid. If you notice this clicking, your best bet is to install a new starter solenoid.

(6) Disconnected  Spark Plug

Did you recently perform maintenance? Maybe you left your spark plug wire unhooked! Be sure to check this out, this is a quick and simple fix.

(7) Dirty Air Filter

7 Simple Reasons Your Lawn Tractor Won’t Start

What’s more frustrating than a lawn tractor that won’t start? There are a lot of things that can cause your mower to have some trouble starting up.

If the air filter is dirty, it may not let air to the carburetor. Also, if the air filter is torn, debris could have flown into the carburetor or engine and is preventing your mower from starting.

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