Shop for Troy-Bilt lawn tractor parts! Add Fuel Stabilizer
1. Gain access to your fuel tank
It's usually located under the hood.
2. Remove the fuel cap
Twist the cap counter-clockwise to remove from the tank.
3. Add the fuel stabilizer to gas tank
Mix some fuel stabilizer into a gallon of gas, then pour into the gas tank.
4. Replace the fuel cap
Turn clockwise to secure back onto the gas tank.
5. Cycle the fuel stabilizer into the carburetor
Run your mowers' engine for about 5 minutes to cycle the fuel stabilizer into the carburetor.
1. Remove the spark plug
Use a socket wrench to remove the spark plug from your mower.
2. Spray WD-40 into cylinder
Coat the cylinder walls and the piston.
3. Replace the spark plug
Replace the spark plug with a socket wrench.
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1. Gain access to your battery
In our video, the battery is located under the seat.
2. Remove the battery from your mower
Use a wrench to carefully remove the battery cables from the battery.
3. Store it somewhere warm
You'll want to store your battery in an area that won't drop below freezing.
Making sure that you protect your battery, cylinder and carburetor over the cold months will save you time and money when it warms back up. Keeping your mower properly maintained will keep it running like new for years to come. So store your lawn equipment properly over the winter!
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