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Honda GCV160 (Type A2R)(VIN# GJAE-1000001-9999999) Small Engine

Honda GCV160 (Type A2R)(VIN# GJAE-1000001-9999999) Small Engine Parts

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Tube- Breather
 $3.99
Part Number: 15721-ZM0-000
In Stock, 19 Available
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Note: Serial# (1000001-9999999)
2
Air Cleaner Element
 $6.45
Part Number: 17211-ZL8-023
In Stock, 25+ Available
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2
Air Cleaner Element
 $6.45
Part Number: 17211-ZL8-023
In Stock, 25+ Available
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Note: Serial# (1000001-9999999)
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Air Cleaner Case Assembly
 $7.02
Part Number: 17220-ZM0-030
In Stock, 25+ Available
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Note: Serial# (1079020-9999999)
3
Air Cleaner Case Assembly
 $7.02
Part Number: 17220-ZM0-030
In Stock, 25+ Available
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Note: Serial# (1079020-9999999)
3
Air Cleaner Case Assembly
 $7.02
Part Number: 17220-ZM0-030
In Stock, 25+ Available
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Note: Serial# (1079020-9999999)
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Air Cleaner Gasket
 $3.99
Part Number: 17228-ZM0-000
In Stock, 25+ Available
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Note: Serial# (1827258-9999999)
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Air Cleaner Cover
 $4.47
Part Number: 17231-Z0L-050
In Stock, 25+ Available
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Note: Serial# (1117444-9999999)
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Air Cleaner Cover
 $4.47
Part Number: 17231-Z0L-050
In Stock, 25+ Available
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Note: Serial# (1117444-9999999)
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Air Cleaner Cover
 $4.47
Part Number: 17231-Z0L-050
In Stock, 25+ Available
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Note: Serial# (1117444-9999999)
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Flange Bolt
 $1.78
Part Number: 90003-ZM0-010
In Stock, 25+ Available
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Note: Serial# (1000001-9999999)
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Flange Bolt
 $1.78
Part Number: 90003-ZM0-010
In Stock, 25+ Available
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Note: Serial# (1000001-9999999)
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Bolt-Flange-6x14
 $3.99
Part Number: 95701-06014-08
In Stock, 9 Available
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Note: Serial# (1000001-9999999)
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Pulley- Camshaft
 $19.84
Part Number: 14320-ZL8-010
In Stock, 14 Available
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Note: Serial# (1000001-9999999)
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Shaft- Cam Pulley
 $3.99
Part Number: 14324-ZL8-000
In Stock, 7 Available
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Valve Rocker Arm
 $4.83
Part Number: 14431-Z0J-000
In Stock, 25+ Available
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4
Valve Rocker Arm
 $4.83
Part Number: 14431-Z0J-000
In Stock, 25+ Available
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Valve Rocker Arm
 $4.95
Part Number: 14441-Z0J-000
In Stock, 25+ Available
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Valve Rocker Arm
 $4.95
Part Number: 14441-Z0J-000
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Shaft- Rocker Arm
 $3.99
Part Number: 14461-ZL8-000
In Stock, 21 Available
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Note: Serial# (1000001-9999999)
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Screw- Tappet Adjusting
 $3.99
Part Number: 90012-333-000
In Stock, 21 Available
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Nut- Tappet Adjusting
 $3.99
Part Number: 90206-001-000
In Stock, 22 Available
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Note: Serial# (1000001-9999999)
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O-Ring - 6.8X1.9 - Arai
 $3.99
Part Number: 91301-ZM0-V31
In Stock, 17 Available
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Note: Serial# (1000001-9999999)
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Valve Rocker Arm
 $4.95
Part Number: 14441-Z0J-000
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Gasket Set
 $7.87
Part Number: 16010-883-015
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Note: Serial# (1000001-9999999)
2
Float Set
 $24.69
Part Number: 16013-ZL1-003
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Note: Serial# (1000001-9999999)
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Screw Set
 $10.33
Part Number: 16028-ZK7-S91
In Stock, 11 Available
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5
Screw Set
 $10.33
Part Number: 16028-ZK7-S91
In Stock, 11 Available
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Note: Serial# (1000001-9999999)
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Screw Set - Throttle Stop
 $8.82
Part Number: 16029-ZG0-901
Ships In 11 - 17 Business Days
Ships in 11 - 17 business days

Note: Serial# (1000001-9999999)
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Carburetor
 $17.19
Part Number: 16100-Z0L-023
In Stock, 25+ Available
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Carburetor
 $17.19
Part Number: 16100-Z0L-023
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Valve- Float
 $21.39
Part Number: 16155-ZM0-003
In Stock, 6 Available
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Nozzle- Main
 $14.52
Part Number: 16166-ZM0-003
In Stock, 4 Available
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Carburetor Insulator
 $3.99
Part Number: 16211-ZL8-000
In Stock, 25+ Available
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Insulator Gasket
 $3.99
Part Number: 16212-ZL8-000
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Carburetor Gasket
 $2.99
Part Number: 16221-883-800
In Stock, 25+ Available
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Note: Serial# (6184081-9999999)
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Carburetor Gasket
 $3.99
Part Number: 16228-ZL8-000
In Stock, 25+ Available
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Note: Serial# (1000001-9999999)
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Air Guide
 $6.61
Part Number: 19650-ZM0-000
In Stock, 25+ Available
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Screw- Pan - 5X6
 $0.99
Part Number: 93500-05006-0H
In Stock, 2 Available
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Note: Serial# (1000001-9999999)
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Main Jet #60
 $9.12
Part Number: 99101-124-0600
In Stock, 10 Available
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Jet-Main-#62
 $8.64
Part Number: 99101-124-0620
In Stock, 5 Available
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Jet-Main-#65
 $9.69
Part Number: 99101-124-0650
In Stock, 5 Available
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Screw Set-Drain
 $8.09
Part Number: 16024-ZE1-811
In Stock, 5 Available
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Screw Set
 $9.69
Part Number: 16016-ZG0-W00
In Stock, 6 Available
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Chamber Set-Float
 $24.58
Part Number: 16015-887-782
In Stock, 4 Available
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Arm- Governor
 $5.61
Part Number: 16551-ZM0-010
In Stock, 10 Available
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Note: Serial# (1000001-9999999)
2
Rod- Governor
 $3.99
Part Number: 16555-ZM0-000
In Stock, 8 Available
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Note: Serial# (1000001-1407409)
3
Spring- Governor
 $3.99
Part Number: 16561-ZM0-V30
In Stock, 22 Available
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Throttle Return Spring
 $3.99
Part Number: 16562-ZM0-000
In Stock, 25+ Available
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Note: Serial# (1000001-9999999)
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Spring- Lever
 $3.99
Part Number: 16574-ZE1-000
In Stock, 8 Available
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Washer- Control Lever
 $4.22
Part Number: 16575-ZE2-W00
In Stock, 8 Available
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Plate- Lever Center
 $6.82
Part Number: 16577-ZM0-V30
Ships In 11 - 17 Business Days
Ships in 11 - 17 business days

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Spacer- Control Lever
 $4.06
Part Number: 16578-ZE1-000
In Stock, 11 Available
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Note: Serial# (1000001-9999999)
9
Base- Control
 $51.21
Part Number: 16580-ZM0-V31
Ships In 11 - 17 Business Days
Ships in 11 - 17 business days

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Lever- Choke
 $9.94
Part Number: 16612-ZM0-V30
Ships In 11 - 17 Business Days
Ships in 11 - 17 business days

11
Rod- Choke
 $4.38
Part Number: 16674-ZM0-V30
In Stock, 4 Available
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Switch Assy.- Engine Stop
 $10.97
Part Number: 35120-ZL8-003
In Stock, 6 Available
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Note: Serial# (1000001-9999999)
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Mark- Throttle Indication
 $4.95
Part Number: 87532-ZM0-V30
Ships In 11 - 17 Business Days
Ships in 11 - 17 business days

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Bolt-Governor Arm
 $3.99
Part Number: 90015-ZE5-010
In Stock, 11 Available
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Note: Serial# (1000001-9999999)
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Bolt-Flange-6x32
 $2.60
Part Number: 90017-883-000
In Stock, 6 Available
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Note: Serial# (1000001-9999999)
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Bolt- Special - 6X45
 $7.80
Part Number: 90016-ZM0-V30
Ships In 11 - 17 Business Days
Ships in 11 - 17 business days

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Nut-Self-Lock- 6mm
 $3.17
Part Number: 90114-SA0-000
In Stock, 13 Available
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Note: Serial# (1000001-9999999)
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Nut- Self-Lock - 5mm
 $4.01
Part Number: 90136-SM4-901
In Stock, 6 Available
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Note: Serial# (1000001-9999999)
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Screw-Washer - 4X12
 $0.99
Part Number: 93892-04012-00
Ships In 11 - 17 Business Days
Ships in 11 - 17 business days

Note: Serial# (1000001-9999999)
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Nut-Flange-6mm
 $2.99
Part Number: 94050-06000
In Stock, 15 Available
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Note: Serial# (1000001-9999999)
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Washer- Plain - 4mm
 $0.99
Part Number: 94103-04000
Ships In 11 - 17 Business Days
Ships in 11 - 17 business days

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Crankshaft
 $39.90
Part Number: 06131-Z8B-W30
Ships In 11 - 17 Business Days
Ships in 11 - 17 business days

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Washer- Thrust
 $2.99
Part Number: 90402-ZL8-000
In Stock, 9 Available
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Note: Serial# (1000001-9999999)
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Cylinder Assy
 $67.61
Part Number: 12000-Z8B-000
Ships In 11 - 17 Business Days
Ships in 11 - 17 business days

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1
Cylinder Assy
 $67.61
Part Number: 12000-Z8B-000
Ships In 11 - 17 Business Days
Ships in 11 - 17 business days

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1
Cylinder Assy
 $67.61
Part Number: 12000-Z8B-000
Ships In 11 - 17 Business Days
Ships in 11 - 17 business days

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Head Cover
 $5.15
Part Number: 12310-Z8A-000
In Stock, 25+ Available
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Head Cover
 $5.15
Part Number: 12310-Z8A-000
In Stock, 25+ Available
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Head Cover
 $5.15
Part Number: 12310-Z8A-000
In Stock, 25+ Available
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4
Cover- Breather
 $7.75
Part Number: 12355-ZL8-000
In Stock, 6 Available
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Note: Serial# (1468767-9999999)
5
Flange Bolt
 $1.99
Part Number: 90013-883-000
In Stock, 19 Available
Ships within 1 business day

Note: Serial# (1000001-9999999)
6
Bolt- Flange - 6X14 - Ct200
 $2.26
Part Number: 90014-952-000
In Stock, 5 Available
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Note: Serial# (1000001-9999999)
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Oil Seal - 25.4X62X6
 $6.18
Part Number: 91201-ZL8-003
In Stock, 21 Available
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Note: Serial# (1000001-9999999)
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Spark Plug
 $3.99
Part Number: 98079-56846
In Stock, 25+ Available
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Seal- Valve Stem
 $6.79
Part Number: 12209-ZM0-003
In Stock, 13 Available
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Note: Serial# (1758847-9999999) - Use from Engine SN 2296433
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Valve, In.
 $3.88
Part Number: 14711-ZL8-000
In Stock, 19 Available
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Valve, In.
 $3.88
Part Number: 14711-ZL8-000
In Stock, 19 Available
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Valve, Ex. (C8E)
 $10.94
Part Number: 14721-Z8B-000
In Stock, 18 Available
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Spring- Valve
 $2.99
Part Number: 14751-ZL8-000
In Stock, 12 Available
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Retainer- In Valve Spring
 $0.99
Part Number: 14771-Z0T-900
In Stock, 12 Available
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Note: Serial# (1000001-9999999)
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Rubber- Supporter - 107mm
 $3.99
Part Number: 16854-ZH8-000
In Stock, 7 Available
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Note: Serial# (1000001-9999999)
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Petcock Assy
 $38.35
Part Number: 04103-Z0L-000
In Stock, 7 Available
Ships within 1 business day

Note: Serial# (2510375-9999999) - Use up to Engine SN 2439088
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Petcock Assy
 
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Part Number: 04103-z0L-00
Not Available

Note: Serial# (2510375-9999999) - Use up to Engine SN 2439088
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Cap Assy.- Fuel Tank
 $4.26
Part Number: 17620-ZL8-023
In Stock, 24 Available
Ships within 1 business day

Note: Serial# (1000001-9999999) - Use up to Engine SN 2226712
4
Cap Assy.- Fuel Tank
 $4.26
Part Number: 17620-ZL8-023
In Stock, 24 Available
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Note: Serial# (1000001-9999999)
5
Tube- Fuel
 $7.02
Part Number: 17702-ZM0-000
In Stock, 13 Available
Ships within 1 business day

Note: Use up to Engine SN 2439088
6
Cover- Fan Nh1
 $63.11
Part Number: 19610-ZM0-010ZA
In Stock, 5 Available
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8
Collar- Fr Turn Signal
 $2.37
Part Number: 33609-GK4-620
In Stock, 1 Available
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Note: Serial# (1000001-9999999)
9
Bolt
 $3.28
Part Number: 90043-ZL8-000
In Stock, 25+ Available
Ships within 1 business day

Note: Serial# (1000001-9999999)
10
Screw-Washer - 5X10
 $1.14
Part Number: 93891-05010-08
Ships In 11 - 17 Business Days
Ships in 11 - 17 business days

Note: Serial# (1000001-9999999)
11
Bulk Hose- Fuel - 5.5X3000
 $50.21
Part Number: 95001-55003-60M
Ships In 11 - 17 Business Days
Ships in 11 - 17 business days

Note: Serial# (1000001-9999999)
12
Tube Clip
 $2.99
Part Number: 95002-02080
In Stock, 25+ Available
Ships within 1 business day

Note: Serial# (1000001-9999999) - Use up to Engine SN 2439088
13
Clip-Tube-B10
 $2.99
Part Number: 95002-02100
In Stock, 21 Available
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Note: Serial# (1000001-9999999)
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Clip-Tube-C9
 $2.99
Part Number: 95002-50000
In Stock, 14 Available
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Note: Serial# (1085755-9999999) - Use up to Engine SN 2439088
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Petcock Assy
 $7.68
Part Number: 16950-ZM0-003
In Stock, 17 Available
Ships within 1 business day

Note: Serial# (6901761-9999999) - Use from Engine SN 2439089
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Tube- Fuel
 $7.30
Part Number: 17702-ZM0-800
In Stock, 12 Available
Ships within 1 business day

Note: Serial# (1000001-9999999) - Use from Engine SN 2439089
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Tube Clip
 $2.99
Part Number: 95002-02080
In Stock, 25+ Available
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Note: Serial# (1000001-9999999) - Use from Engine SN 2439089
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Collar- Fan Cover
 $2.99
Part Number: 19619-ZL8-300
In Stock, 17 Available
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Note: Serial# (1000001-9999999)
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Bolt
 $3.28
Part Number: 90043-ZL8-000
In Stock, 25+ Available
Ships within 1 business day

Note: Serial# (1000001-9999999)
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Sponge- Fuel Cap Breather
 $1.23
Part Number: 17622-ZL8-003
In Stock, 5 Available
Ships within 1 business day

Note: Serial# (1119461-9999999)
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Gasket- Fuel Cap
 $2.10
Part Number: 17624-ZL8-013
In Stock, 4 Available
Ships within 1 business day

Note: Serial# (1000001-9999999)
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Key-Special Woodruff-25x18
 $3.67
Part Number: 13331-357-000
In Stock, 21 Available
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Note: Serial# (1000001-9999999)
2
Plate- Side
 $8.07
Part Number: 19612-ZM0-J20
Ships In 11 - 17 Business Days
Ships in 11 - 17 business days

Note: Use from Engine SN 2340424
2
Plate- Side
 $7.62
Part Number: 19612-ZM0-000
Ships In 11 - 17 Business Days
Ships in 11 - 17 business days

Note: Use up to Engine SN 2340423
3
Coil Assy.- Ignition
 $40.12
Part Number: 30500-ZL8-014
In Stock, 17 Available
Ships within 1 business day

Note: Serial# (3747198-9999999) - Use For F/W Of Tec - Tec
5
Wire- Stop Switch
 $8.98
Part Number: 32195-ZM0-800
In Stock, 1 Available
Ships within 1 business day

Note: Serial# (1000001-9999999)
9
Flange Bolt
 $1.99
Part Number: 90013-883-000
In Stock, 19 Available
Ships within 1 business day

Note: Serial# (1000001-9999999)
12
Bolt- Flange - 6X20 - Ct200
 $2.17
Part Number: 90022-888-010
In Stock, 3 Available
Ships within 1 business day

Note: Serial# (1000001-9999999)
13
Nut-Special-14mm
 $5.79
Part Number: 90201-878-003
In Stock, 2 Available
Ships within 1 business day

Note: Serial# (1000001-9999999)
14
Clip A- Cable - 3.8mm Black
 $2.99
Part Number: 90681-959-003
Ships In 11 - 17 Business Days
Ships in 11 - 17 business days

Note: Serial# (1000001-9999999)
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Flywheel Comp - Tec
 $51.36
Part Number: 31110-ZL8-004
In Stock, 1 Available
Ships within 1 business day

Note: Serial# (3747198-9999999)
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Mark- Emblem - Gcv160 5.5
 $0.99
Part Number: 87101-ZM0-020
In Stock, 7 Available
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Muffler
 $20.63
Part Number: 18310-ZM0-010
In Stock, 8 Available
Ships within 1 business day

Note: Serial# (6624356-9999999)
2
Protector- Muffler
 $8.66
Part Number: 18321-ZL8-010
In Stock, 15 Available
Ships within 1 business day

Note: Serial# (1000001-9999999)
3
Bolt- Flange - 6X79 - Ct200
 $2.99
Part Number: 90004-ZL8-000
In Stock, 25+ Available
Ships within 1 business day

Note: Serial# (1000001-9999999)
4
Flange Bolt
 $1.99
Part Number: 90013-883-000
In Stock, 19 Available
Ships within 1 business day

Note: Serial# (1000001-9999999)
5
Gasket- Muffler
 $3.99
Part Number: 18381-ZL8-305
In Stock, 17 Available
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Note: Serial# (1000001-9999999)
9
Arrester- Spark
 $29.98
Part Number: 18350-ZL8-000
In Stock, 4 Available
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Note: Serial# (1000001-9999999)
10
Plate- Arrester Number
 $3.99
Part Number: 18356-ZL8-000
In Stock, 8 Available
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Note: Serial# (1000001-9999999)
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Tapping Screw
 $0.99
Part Number: 90055-ZE1-000
In Stock, 25+ Available
Ships within 1 business day

Note: Serial# (1000001-9999999)
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Pan Assy.- Oil
 $126.40
Part Number: 11300-ZM0-V31
Ships In 11 - 17 Business Days
Ships in 11 - 17 business days

1
Pan Assy.- Oil
 $126.40
Part Number: 11300-ZM0-V31
Ships In 11 - 17 Business Days
Ships in 11 - 17 business days

Note: Use from Engine SN 2333246
3
Gasket, Oil Filler Cap
 $2.55
Part Number: 15625-ZE1-003
In Stock, 14 Available
Ships within 1 business day

Note: Serial# (1000001-9999999)
7
Gauge Assy.- Oil Level
 $3.99
Part Number: 15650-ZM0-003
In Stock, 7 Available
Ships within 1 business day

8
Shaft- Governor Holder
 $5.70
Part Number: 16508-ZM0-010
Ships In 11 - 17 Business Days
Ships in 11 - 17 business days

Note: Serial# (1000001-9999999) - Use up to Engine SN 1887052
8
Shaft- Governor Holder
 $5.70
Part Number: 16508-ZM0-010
Ships In 11 - 17 Business Days
Ships in 11 - 17 business days

Note: Serial# (1000001-9999999)
9
Governor Assy
 $18.26
Part Number: 16510-ZM0-010
In Stock, 8 Available
Ships within 1 business day

Note: Serial# (1000001-9999999)
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Weight- Governor
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Question: Automatic Choke System

1745355

You have part number 21 listed but you have no reference to it can I get the part that's listed as part number 21
WJA
If the item number 21 has no listing with the parts, it means it is no longer available.
Question: Automatic Choke System

1745355

You have part number 21 listed but you have no reference to it can I get the part that's listed as number 21
Question: Exhaust Valve

Pressurewasher21

The valve sits inside another small cylinder with a lock wire at the top of it! Does that cylinder go flush with the back of the valve box? Or is it out into to spring?
Hello Pressurewasher21 You provide quite an interesting description of the cylinder head on this engine. Is there any way you can post a photo? I was unaware it was built that way. Here is all I see and I actually own one. I have not disassembled this model before:

http://www.ereplacementparts.com/honda-gcv160-type-a1avin-gjae10000019999999-small-engine-parts-c-37657_37658_37988_37768.html
Question: FUEL SHUT OFF VALVE

CBLACKBURN40

I'M LOOKING TO REPLACE A BROKEN FUEL SHUT OFF LEVER FOR MY GCV160 PRESSURE WASHER MODEL #020344. I CAN'T SEEM TO FIND ONE ANYWHERE.

I COULDN'T EVEN FIND ONE ON THIS SITE.

ANY IDEAS OR SUGGESTIONS?

THANKS
Hi Blackburn40 See if any of these are like the one you need. I have a GCV160 Pressure washer too.

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Question: Honda Engine

bobzender

Hi I have a m/n: GCV160
Vin Number GJAE-3161686. Honda engine. I would like to purchase the correct gasket between the carb air cleaner and the engine.
I think the jets are plugged. It does not run with out starting fluid. Or dumping gas in the spark plug hole. Do you sell a complete carburetor for this engine? Thanks
Hi bobender There are more than one gasket between the air cleaner and the engine. I just replaced them on MY GCV160. You can easily get the 4 piece gasket set available for the Honda GCV160 Intake. There are plenty of replacement carburetors available as well. The stock carb is a Japanese Keihin carb. An OEM replacement is not cheap. The aftermarket Chinese replacement clone carburetors look the same, do the same job and cost almost 2/3 less than a Keihin. Search Honda GCV160 on ebay for the best deals on gaskets and carbs. See link below. Those parts are available on here if you choose.

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Question: GCV160LA0

sksk111213

Got a mower that was only used once and stored inside heated garage. We drained the gas and installed new plug. Still wouldn't start. Husband (MC mechanic) took the carberator off and cleaned it completely..however, the gaskets got scattered and we are not 100% sure where they all go..the diagram on your site isn't very helpful, doesn't show exactly the order to put them. We put them in the order of your diagram as best we could but still won't start.
Question: Gasket#26

sheriff

you have gasket #26 in the blue print but not listed in the price list below it. Why?
Question: Honda GCV160 Pressure Washer

shermd504

Pressure washer starts up and runs with hoses attached but shuts down when I attach the wand/gun & will not restart until I relieve the pressure from the line/gun/trigger. I am trying to figure out where to focus...please help?
The unloaded isn't working. Check in your owner's manual to see how to remove it and service.
Question: Strange Valve Lash Readings Hond...

996761

Gentlemen:

I removed the head cover from my GCV160 and discovered that at TDC the intake valve lash was over 0.040". Exhaust measured at 0.006". I am uncomfortable simply setting the lash to spec and putting the machine back together, and would appreciate guidance.

Background: I bought a new Karcher pressure washer equipped with the GCV160 engine. It now has 40 hours on the engine. Changed oil at 5 hours. Oil level good. But one day the engine would not start. Good spark, but discovered zero compression.

So I pulled the head cover. Discovered the intake valve was not moving freely. Valve stem covered with goo that looked like typical gasoline varnish. My fault. I suppose I left gasoline in the engine and it got stale.

I sprayed carb cleaner on the stem and the valve immediately began to move freely. Finger over the plug hole indicates compression is now there. But there is huge clearance between the intake valve stem end and the rocker arm of 0.040".

I wonder what might cause the strange lash readings. It sounds like there is metal to metal contact so the intake valve appears to be seating. But something is not right. Any ideas and guidance would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks, Bill
Hi Bill, I have one of these engines. I have not been in it too much internally, just to check the valve lash. This is an OHC engine. The cam I think is plastic. There must be an issue with your camshaft albeit an odd one for sure. .04" certainly is cause for alarm. I would start by checking the condition of the rocker on the Intake and the camshaft itself. You may need to verify the valve is seating and nothing is amiss there. Please repost and let me know what you find!
I just finished reading in a forum where a guy had one that the adjusting nut for the lash stripped the threads . They determined it to be a factory defect; so it will be quite interesting once the cause reveals itself.
There could be a problem with the valve spring as well.
ShotOut: Thanks so much for the response. I checked the cam and it appears OK. I have decided to order a new rocker arm to see for sure whether the existing one is bent. If it's not, sounds like you would suggest dismantling the machine to inspect the valve seat, rather than simply adjusting the lash to spec and trying to fire it up. Correct? Thanks, Bill
Hi Bill, I agree. Try setting your valves to spec. A bent valve that got bent from sticking could cause a large lash as well. If it will not run, then maybe remove the rocker cover and inspect that whole valve train real good. I suppose a rocker arm on these engines could get bent too.
Very well. I have adjusted the lash to spec, but doing so took up almost all of the adjustment travel.

I have just ordered the new rocker arm. Once it gets here, if I find that the existing arm is bent, then I will install the new one, readjust the lash and should be good to go.

If the existing arm is not bent, then I will dismantle the machine and have a close look at the valve and seat.

Thanks again for the advise. I'll report back shortly.
Hi bill70j That sounds like an excellent plan. Will the engine start and run? Please keep me posted as we all stand to learn something from this one. Thanks for the update!
I already received a new intake valve rocker arm in the mail today.

Recall that I had previously set the valve lash to spec with the old rocker arm, which I thought had been bent.

So took the old one off, replaced it with the new one. And it became immediately obvious that the old rocker arm was not bent.

So I don't know why I have developed a mysterious 0.040" valve lash. I am going to make up a temporary paper cover gasket, put the machine back together, fill it with oil and see what happens.

It the engine starts, I imagine it will kill itself in short order. I'll be back in there either replacing a broken rocker arm, resetting the valve lash, or who knows what else.

I'll report back tomorrow.
Thanks again ShotOut, for all of your help. I have just had a partial success.

I reinstalled the head cover and temporary gasket, filled the machine with oil, and fired the thing up. The following is what happened. Would appreciate your thoughts.

Are these symptoms consistent with what you're thinking is the problem? Or could I have another unrelated fuel delivery problem?

1) Closed choke
2) Pulled the started rope 10 times - nothing
3) On the 11th pull, a whimper. I'm excited
4) On the 12th through the 30th pull, it runs for 2 seconds at about half speed, then dies
5) On the 31st pull, it keeps running, though at half speed. Now I'm really excited
6) I let it run for 2 minutes for warm-up, then close the choke. Stops firing. I immediately open the choke again and it resumes running, again at half speed
7) I repeat #6 several more times and the same thing happens - the machine will only run at half speed, and dies when I open the choke.

Is my next step to pull the head and find out what the valve guides, valves, and seats are telling me?

Thanks again. I truly appreciate the help.

Regards, Bill
Hello again Bill, You are certainly welcome. Thanks for keeping us posted. I know that the Honda carburetors are quite finnicky and need to be squeaky clean to work properly. It ALMOST sounds like a fuel system problem. BUT..... I have gone back and read your first post, and think the Intake Valve is creating the issue. If the machine runs at 1/2 power, the Intake valve may be slightly bent and not seating completely. Only running at choke and dying when you open the choke indicates a BAD LEAN fuel condition. It is not getting enough fuel to keep running without being choked. A compression test is not real informative because these engines have a compression release mechanism built on the camshaft. They can go bad, but it is a little rare. If one WAS to go bad, the symptoms would be quite similar with what you are experiencing because the compression release holds one of the valves slightly open on the compression stroke (likely the Intake valve). If your fuel filters are good, and the carb is not dirty....then a bad Intake valve or malfunctioning ACR (Automatic Compression Release) would likely be the culprit. Why not maybe pull the cylinder head if your fuel system is OK and have a GOOD look at that Intake Valve. When you initially sprayed that valve stem with carb cleaner, you may not have gotten ALL the goo off of it. There could be some more further up the stem and inside the valve guide as well. An Intake valve partially sticking open would create a BAD LEAN condition. Let me know what you find. I will be here.
Just for your info regarding the valves and timing; On the bottom of the cam, there are two lines that should line up with the edge of the valve cover sealing area, and the keyway on the crank is perfectly perpendicular with that line, that is how you check the belt timing.
Thanks again for your great advice. I am going to pull the cover this morning and see what the lash looks like on the intake valve. If it's still to spec, then I'll go right to the carb.

If the intake valve lash is 0", and then some, that may indicate trash is clearing from the guide, stem, and seat, No?

The timing should be set properly, as the marks on the bottom side of the cam line up properly with the housing.

Thanks again for your help. I'll do some stuff today and post findings.

Regards, Bill
ShotOut:

I pulled the head cover this morning and found the lash settings still to be right on spec.

So my next move will be to pull the carb and see if there is anything strange there. If not, it's off with the head.

Thanks again for your help. I'll post again shortly.

Regards, Bill
Hi bill70j What have you found? Update please!
ShotOut:

Thanks for asking! I removed and inspected the carburetor and found it to be clean and in adjustment. So next comes head removal and inspection.

I'll report on what I find. Is there a way to post photos here? Once I get a look at the head they could be very telling.

Thanks, Bill
ShotOut:

Thanks for asking! I removed and inspected the carburetor and found it to be clean and in adjustment. So next comes head removal and inspection.

I'll report on what I find. Is there a way to post photos here? Once I get a look at the head they could be very telling.

Thanks, Bill
Hi bill70j This OHC engine does not actually have a head. I initially thought it may but it is a different design than a regular OHV motor with pushrods. The case splits in two at an angle, so everything you have seen and inspected so far is pretty much all there is to the top end. The case would have to be split and the piston removed to observe the valve seats. The stems and guides though, you can access under the rocker cover. There is no head to remove. I know because I wanted to remove the carbon from the piston on one I am currently working on, but would need to split the crankcase to do so.

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Bill, Have you split the case and examined the Intake valve for straightness, seating and smooth operation in the guide? Let me know. Here are all the valve train parts. Note that the Cam Lobes are on the Camshaft pulley and not the Camshaft itself. Ingenious design.

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Question: Honda GCV160 Has No Serial Numbe...

RichE

I've looked several times and would attach a pic, but don't see that option, but there is NO serial number on the block on the muffler side, to the left of the muffler, under the fan/housing. All it says is "Honda" and under that is 160 cu in (squared/little 2 above/after "in".

Where's the serial number??? Help!

Thanks.
I put photos in dropbox at:

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FOUND IT! Wow, I was looking too low, it's on a wide metal casting right under the fan shroud. Just looked blank, but after looking at another angle and with sun in different location, noticed some numbers. Careful wiping and tilting head all over and I found the numbers. Whew!
Hi RichE I have two on pressure washers but after reading your posts, won't have to go through what you did! We're glad you found it. They like to make it a challenge, don't they?
Question: Screw Set 16016-ZG0-W00

navydad2015

What does this screw do for the carb. Are there any adjustments on this part
WJA
Hello navydad2015,

The Honda part number 16016-ZG0-W00 Screw Set, Adjusts the Idle Circuit.

-WJA
Question: Carburetor Choke Lever

1401738

Purchased a replacement carburetor for my honda gcv160 type a1a lawn mower engine. The new carb does not have a choke lever on it? Called customer service and was told I ordered the correct one and looking at all the gcv160 models they seem to all use the same one. Did Honda change the design?
Question: Honda GCV160 Suddenly Burns Oil

egumpher

I have a Husky pressure washer with a Honda GCV160 engine. I regularly change the motor oil. The engine started to burn oil at rate of about 1/4 quart every hour of operation. I've rebuilt many small engines in my day and will order replacement valve seals and piston rings. Since I don't have a service manual for this engine and therefore don't know the proper torque values to split the case I will change the valve seals first to see if that fixes the problem.

Is there a service manual available with torque values and other important information for the GCV160?

Thank you and best regards
Eric
WJA
Hello egumpher,

You may be able to go online and download a service manual for your Honda engine. Or you can contact a Certified Honda Dealer in your area and they will be able to obtain one for you.

-WJA
Question: New Carb Leaking

1172931

I just replaced the old carburator and gaskets on a honda gcv160. Now when I turn the gas line on, it leaks gas at about an ounce or two a minute. It is hard to see where it is coming from. It doesn't seem to be the gas line, and it looks like maybe closer to the air filter than the motor.

What did I do wrong?
The experts say that your float valve is stuck in the open position allowing fuel to run out of the top of the carb. I had the same problem with a NEW carb
It only takes a small piece of debris to hold that needle valve open. You will need to drain the fuel system, remove the bowl, remove the float and needle assembly and flush the cavity where the needle valve seats. Try that and post back if needed.
Question: GCV190 "Kill Switch" W...

DTM

Kill switch wire broke. Wondering (before I pull it apart) where the end mounts (not the switch end)? Engine runs but have to "stall" it to shut down...

Thanks,
Question: Honda GCV Won't Start

1148191

Last year I bought Black Max power washer and used it for 1 hour. I cleaned it and stored it in my heated basement over the winter. I used it again yesterday and after about an hour the washer started to lose power before the engine stopped running. I tried pulling the starter cable and the recoil was really hard. I had vented the wand so there was no pressure in the power nozzle. I checked the plug and it was black with heavy carbon. I cleaned it and reinstalled it but the engine will no longer start and the power required to pull the cord it excessive. I called Black Max and they told me to call Honda. I called Honda and they said to call an engine repair shop. Any ideas before I do that?

Thanks.
check the oil....
THE CAM PULLEY IS BROKE. SAME PROBLEM I HAD. THIS IS A COMMON PROBLEM OF THIS ENGINE.
Question: Honda GCV160 Electric Start Vers...

bguert

Home Depot has a lawn mower with the Honda GCV160 Electric start version engine. They also have a pressure washer with the Honda GCV160 engine. I have a disability that makes it difficult to pull the starter rope. I would like to get the electric start on the pressure washer. My local Honda bike shop service center said they use different blocks. Can I get a pressure washer pump mounted to the Honda GCV160 Electric start version engine? If necessary, are there adapter plates that can be purchased or manufactured for this application?

Please help,
Thank you.
WJA
Hello bguert,

Try to Google - Electric Start Pressure Washers - and see what comes up. There are a few of them out there. Also Karcher makes a few different models of electric pressure washers.

Hope this helps,
-WJA
Question: Mr

1136864

I have a Husky pressure washer with a Honda GCV160 engine. It is about two years old anf has been used very little. Last Fall I used it and the engine ran"lumpy" hunting RPM, low power. I drained the fuel, ran the carb out and put it in the barn. LAst week I filled the fuel tank and have trouble: It starts on full choke but as soon as I move the choke the slightest bit the engine coughs and dies. Took the carb off cleaned all with Berrymans, blew out passages, visually checked orfices and float/valve. All look fine carb is spotless but same problem. Also checked fuel tank filter and hoses and shot off valve, fual fills carb quickly.

Any ideas? Thanks, bob
WJA
Hello Bob,

It still sounds like carburetor problems to me. Even though you did clean the carburetor as you said. We have an article and video on that subject. Here is the link to it.

How to Clean a Four Cycle Engine Carburetor.

While your in there look for worn gaskets or any thing that looks like it needs replacing.

-WJA
you missed link removed the guitar strings(the inside wire of the string) to clean the ports out. maybe ,just maybe....
check cam pulley. under valve cover it is black and has a belt that runs to crankshaft.
Probably Ethanol gas gumming up the carburetor. Try adding Sea Foam to your gas. Run the engine as best you can to get it to draw into the carb then shut it off and let it set. It will disolve the gum given enough time. I had a snow thrower that I had left for a week. Ran and idled perfectly after that.
Question: Stop Switch For Honda GCV160 5.5...

wvmaxfishr

I have checked entire motor and can't find a "TYPE NUMBER"--This is a vertical shaft motor on a log splitter---Vin # is GJAEA 4300643 H5AF--How can I determine the Type motor?
According to the owners manual the VIN has 3 groups of characters and the third group is the type. Yours would be H5AF.

[QUOTE=wvmaxfishr;72116]I have checked entire motor and can't find a "TYPE NUMBER"--This is a vertical shaft motor on a log splitter---Vin # is GJAEA 4300643 H5AF--How can I determine the Type motor?"
Question: Installation

gerryrigger

How challenging is it to replace the coil assembly on my honda gcv160 engine? It is used on a lawn mowe.
[QUOTE=gerryrigger;70280]How challenging is it to replace the coil assembly on my honda gcv160 engine? It is used on a lawn mowe."

Very easy. On a scale of 1 (no effort) to 10 (tough) it's a 2. Just did it today along with quite a few other replacements (carb, gas tank, starter pulley, etc.) on a GVC160 that caught on fire. The key is to use the shadow (clean spots) beneath the mounting bolt heads to position it corrrectly before you finally tigthen it down. Then turn the flywheel to make sure the flywheel and coil aren't in contact.

Good luck.
A correction. I had a used coil from another gcv160 which had marks from the mounting bolts from the previous installation. Your new coil won't have them, so measure the gap between the flywheel and the coil before your remove your old coil and use the measurement to position the new coil. Then turn the flywheel to make sure the flywheel and coil aren't in contact.
Question: Not Starting

sfog

10°F morning, start on choke, only ran moment, and not since. new plug, ether, etc.. has spark in open air. Still only 20 °F. Ideas? does this motor slip it's timing? Flywheel? Seems to have low compression, but there. is there compr. relief in pull start? is there oil level switch? other reason? Ideas? are there points? is coil and ign system under flywheel? how remove?
cam pulley under valve cover. the one I have was broken. only one pin with o-ring holds it in place. have to remove engine to get to pin. google how to time engine after replacing cam pully. there is a belt that goes around crankshaft.
Question: Spring Attachment Points

dkline53

Hi
Throttle return spring broke. Need diagram of proper placement for it's attachment.
Thanks
Take care
dkline53
what is the application? equipment run by motor?
Question: Ideling Problems With Honda Gvc ...

tracter1

Have had an ideling problem with this engine since brand new. Very, very cold blooded. Have had carburator apart twice, blew out the jets and could not find anything plugging the jet holes. Does anyone have a solution other than buying a new carburator.
Buy a new motor
Your carb is intentionally set very LEAN to meet current EPA emission standards. You can try to bore out the main jet with a torch cleaning kit, so it will pass more fuel. Be careful doing so, you do NOT want it to pass TOO MUCH.
Question: Auto-choke Lever

Vicente

the auto-choke lever does not move anymore when the handle is pressed. gcv160 is on a Husqvana push mower. Also, what is the correct orientation of the rod govenor & throttle spring return on the carb? Any photos?
thanks
Question: GCV160 Engine

j matus

How do I replace/clean gas filter in tank or others if equipped?
I would take off the gas filter and put a new one on
Question: GCV 160 Won

Bob

My GCV 160 used on Campbell Hausfeld pressure washer won't start. New in 2002. Religiously maintained. Tried so far: new plug, air filter, drained fuel/added new fuel (although always used Stabile and past year Star Tron in fuel), changed oil which is at proper level. This unit ALWAYS started on first or second pull. Not now???
The carb float is made of plastic, and the needle and seat fits poorly as well. The stable and Star-tron will distort the float over time. Try pulling the float out, drop it in either water or gas, to check for a hole in the float. Also, remove the needle valve, blow through hole with air pressure.
If that heals it, try to empty the carb of fuel after using, and drain the tank if to be unused for more than a month. Good luck.
Try maintaining it Aethiesticaly
Question: Honda GCV160 Crankshaft Help

1784289

Hello,

I need some help getting the correct crankshaft for my lawnmower. I have already had two crankshafts delivered to me with both of them being incorrect. The engine model, serial and type numbers are listed below:

GJAEA-4383873 Type MD9* (See Attached Picture)

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I have tried the following part numbers but to no avail:

06131-Z8D-W50: Dimensions for this crankshaft were good but the diameter of the rod journal was to large
06131-Z8B-W00: Rod Journal was the correct size but the lower portion of the crankshaft that the blade attaches to was the wrong diameter and did not have the right key ways cut into it.

Please see the picture below for the crankshaft that came out of my engine:

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The Model and Serial Number of the Lawn Mower it was installed on is as follows:

Model Number: HRR2163VXA
Serial Number: MZCG-7303526

Any help would be greatly appreciated!

Thanks
Hi Wow, you are having a nightmare with this. At the risk of giving you the wrong part no. I may just do some research on that engine model for now. I hope you know the part numbers of the two bad cranks you received. Honda engines are expensive as I know, and if a crank can fix one, it is worth it. What is wrong with the original crank from the engine?
These guys are good. I have bought Honda parts for engines from them. Contact them.

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look it up from the vin number on jacks small engines
Did you ever find this part?

[QUOTE=1784289;117732]Hello,

I need some help getting the correct crankshaft for my lawnmower. I have already had two crankshafts delivered to me with both of them being incorrect. The engine model, serial and type numbers are listed below:

GJAEA-4383873 Type MD9* (See Attached Picture)

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I have tried the following part numbers but to no avail:

06131-Z8D-W50: Dimensions for this crankshaft were good but the diameter of the rod journal was to large
06131-Z8B-W00: Rod Journal was the correct size but the lower portion of the crankshaft that the blade attaches to was the wrong diameter and did not have the right key ways cut into it.

Please see the picture below for the crankshaft that came out of my engine:

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The Model and Serial Number of the Lawn Mower it was installed on is as follows:

Model Number: HRR2163VXA
Serial Number: MZCG-7303526

Any help would be greatly appreciated!

Thanks"
Review: Honda - GCV160 Honda Gcv160
1 star
Fred Hicks
I have owned a lot of lawn mowers over the years. The Honda GCV160 engine on the Lowes Troy built model 11A-542Q711 lawn mower is the worst engine I have seen. Since brand new the engine burns rich (black smoke emits from the exhaust). The spark plug fouls up after approximately 15 minutes running, causing the engine to stop.
adjust the mixer screw on top of the carb.
turn the screw to about 1 1/2 anticlockwise.
I agree, worst engine ever! Had the same problems, went through the whole carb process and ended up buying a new one with all new gaskets. Fuel started running from carb, black smoke, fouled my NEW spark plug...cleaned and replaced four times. still does not work, it leaks and wont start. This mower is going to be my next boat anchor! The BB62Z carb is the worst piece of engineering I have ever seen!
Oh, and there are not adjustment screws on this carburator to adjust the air/fluel mixture.
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