Originally Posted by brucemg51
I think I did a bad thing.
You know how you have to have the clutch disengaged while feeding the drive chain onto the engine sprocket. So, I was pushing the clutch arm towards the engine to keep the clutch disengaged with my left hand while trying to feed the chain onto the sprocket with my right hand. A big POP comes from inside the engine, and now the clutch return spring doesn't work. I can manually engage or disengage the clutch by moving the arm back and forth, but there no longer is any spring tension keeping it engaged. Did I break a spring?
I added this later WERE YOU TURNING THE ENGINE CLOCKWISE ( THE WAY IT WANTS TO TURN OR COUNTERCLOCKWISE.)
How on earth do you do that while the cover is still on ???
My clutch stops working when I remove the cover.
Spark Plug who removes the spark plug?
I have a Kings Kit Lucky me?
When I need to thread the chain around the small ten tooth sprocket. I use a tire iron to turn the nut attached to the small sprocket to force the engine to turn while guiding the chain with a wire finger saver.
FEED CHAIN FROM THE BOTTOM TURNING CLOCKWISE ONLY.
Perhaps I am too rough LOL!