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Throttle Trigger 17801052130

OEM part for: Echo

Part Number: 17801052130


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Product Description ?

This is an OEM replacement part, it is sold individually.
The Throttle Trigger controls the speed of the engine of the models listed below.
The throttle cable connects to the trigger, then down to the throttle lever on the carburetor.
Because of its constant use the Throttle Trigger has a tendency to break or wear out.

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  • Weight: 0.01 lbs.
  • Shipping: Ships Worldwide

Compatibility

This Throttle Trigger will fit the following 414 machines. Confirm this part works with your model, and view the detailed model diagrams and repair help we have to offer.

Echo

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  • Worked perfectly
    The part came in about a week it was more beefy than the old throttle assembly Runs perfectly
    Guest - August 2, 2023 Verified Purchase
    Works as intended
    Found an Echo weed eater on a curb. Trigger was snapped off. Unit works great now!
    Guest - June 28, 2023 Verified Purchase
    Great part.
    fit perfectly.
    Guest - May 23, 2023 Verified Purchase
    Every time I order the parts are correct and not expensive. Thank you
    Exactly what I ordered.
    Benita Ball - May 17, 2023 Verified Purchase
    Great product
    I just love it when a plan comes together, it arrived on time, easy to install
    Guest - June 18, 2022 Verified Purchase
    This part was perfect!
    The part was exactly what I needed. It took me like three tries to get the handle back together because I did not remember where all the parts went but Youtube is your friend and watching a video I figured it out and now my weed whacker works great!
    Afton - July 20, 2021 Verified Purchase
    Worked as expected
    Arrived on time, well packaged
    Mike - May 26, 2021 Verified Purchase
    Great service - saved $$
    eReplacementParts.com has ALWAYS provided reliable service to access parts for appliance and tool repair. This was no exception. The part arrived quickly (during a pandemic!) and the repair went smoothly, and my Echo trimmer works great again!
    Guest - June 19, 2020 Verified Purchase
    Part was perfect
    Fit exactly and my blade edger is working again.
    Guest - April 9, 2020 Verified Purchase
    Weed Walker Throttle Trigger
    Cost $6 shipping for a $4 part but it was worth it to save $200.
    Guest - March 9, 2020 Verified Purchase

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    Easy 15-30 minutes (30 rated repairs)?

    Trigger cracked, so the throttle could not be adjusted using it.

    Gary - May 4, 2016
    👍 15 of 15 people found this instruction helpful
    Tool Type

    Trimmer

    Difficulty

    Easy

    Time

    Less than 15 minutes

    Tools Used

    Screwdriver

    Take the bolts out of the trigger housing,
    Pry open the housing without taking off the rubber grip,
    Take the throttle cable off of the trigger
    Replace the trigger and spring as they were originally installed
    Reconnect the throttle cable to the new trigger
    Reinstall the bolts
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    Broken throttle trigger

    Chuck - April 11, 2016
    👍 5 of 5 people found this instruction helpful
    Tool Type

    Edger

    Difficulty

    Easy

    Time

    15-30 minutes

    Tools Used

    Screwdriver

    1. Remove trigger/throttle housing with hex head screw driver (Note how the spring is attached)
    2. Detach throttle cable from broken trigger
    3. Connect throttle cable to new trigger part reusing trigger spring
    4. Reinstall trigger/throttle housing
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    Throttle trigger lever snapped off after a fall

    Gordan - November 22, 2016
    👍 4 of 4 people found this instruction helpful
    Tool Type

    Hedge Trimmer

    Difficulty

    Easy

    Time

    15-30 minutes

    Tools Used

    Screwdriver

    3 screws to take off cover encasing the trigger and then needed to remove the base of the broken trigger which has 2 locating pins and a small spring. Put new trigger in with the spring and just need to make sure that a tab on the new trigger sits properly in the safety trigger mechanism which is the top lever on the handle which needs to be depressed in order to let the throttle trigger function. It's a safety feature on the trimmer. Just had to fiddle with it a bit to get everything to stay in place as you place the cover back on and tighten down the three screws.
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    Trigger throttle was broken, all fuel lines frayed

    Robert - November 12, 2015
    👍 3 of 3 people found this instruction helpful
    Removed the throttle trigger from handle, replace with new one, remember how the spring is attached. Removed fuel line grommet from tank. replaced both fuel lines and vent tube. Removed clip from fuel line and replace fuel filter, secured with clip. Installed grommet. Also replace the worn fuel cap and dented air filter cover
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    Throttle trigger broke, and genneral tune up needed.

    Bartlomiej - August 3, 2017
    👍 1 of 1 people found this instruction helpful
    Tool Type

    Trimmer

    Difficulty

    Easy

    Time

    15-30 minutes

    Tools Used

    Screwdriver, Socket set

    Replaced, air filter, fuel grommet, spark plug and throttle trigger. Fairly easy repair, my Echo is running like a top again. Overall, good experience, I plan to come back to eReplacementParts.com for a similar tune-up on my Echo leaf blower.
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    Throttle trigger had broken off

    Richard - July 31, 2017
    👍 1 of 1 people found this instruction helpful
    Tool Type

    Trimmer

    Difficulty

    Easy

    Time

    15-30 minutes

    Tools Used

    Screwdriver, Nibble fingers

    Took four screws out of throttle housing. Split it open and took old stub of lever out and spring out as I slid throttle cable out of slot in lever. Hardest part was keeping spring in proper orientation as I reassembled. Put throttle cable in slot on lever and reassembled lever in pivot holes. Put screws back on. And whacking away at weeds and trim!
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    Throttle trigger was broken

    Steven - July 31, 2018
    Tool Type

    Trimmer

    Difficulty

    Hard

    Time

    30-60 minutes

    Tools Used

    Screwdriver, Pliers

    Replacing trigger throttle was difficult as 2 bolts are easy to remove. The other one is to a clamp for the trigger assembly and is deep inside the assembly. Remember (take a picture if possible) exactly how everything is put together as you crack open the assembly as knowing where to put the spring and trigger position is not easy to figure out if you don't.
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    Throttle trigger broke on my trimmer

    Rose - July 23, 2018
    Tool Type

    Trimmer

    Difficulty

    Medium

    Time

    15-30 minutes

    Tools Used

    Screwdriver

    1. Got a screw driver to take out the 2 screws
    2. Got my new parts laid out
    3. Took out the screws on the handle of the weed eater
    4. Took out the broken trigger and replaced the new trigger in its place
    5. Adjusted the new part in the handle case and voila
    6. Easy peasy
    7. Started the trimmer and began to cut the grass.
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    Broken and missing trigger

    Miles - July 6, 2018
    1. Took apart the handle trigger assembly.
    2. Disconnected cables running from handle to engine.
    2. Removed all broken parts
    3. Test fit new parts
    4. Assembled handle and trigger assembly
    5. Connected cables
    6. Tested unit
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    Broken throttle trigger. Worn chain, lost clamp screws. Worn sprocket.

    John - April 13, 2018
    Replaced lost clamp screws and nuts.
    Installed new chain drive sprocket after removal of worn one by removing e-ring.
    Replaced e-ring.
    Replaced chain on guide bar.
    Installed guide bar and sprocket cover.
    Adjusted chain tension and tightened attaching nuts.
    Separated halves of switch/trigger housing. (Note placement of different length screws).
    Removed broken throttle trigger, watching placement of return spring.
    Removed throttle cable.
    Aligned mounting studs of new trigger after installing throttle cable.
    Installed return spring.
    Lubed cable and pivot points
    Realigned housing halves and reinstalled screws.
    Checked for smooth, easy operation.
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