Hello there! I'm John and I'm a certified mechanic with years of experience.
I'm here to help you fix your surging mower. By the end of this video course you'll have a sweet running mower, learned how to diagnose and repair a surging lawn mower engine.
This course is aimed at the beginner, the process of repairing your mower is broken down into individual easy to follow tasks, each one a video.
We'll start right at the beginning and work our way through step by step.
If you already have some mechanical experience, great! You'll be able to skip what you already know.
First, we'll go over the reasons your mower engine is surging, we'll also cover how you can prevent it happening again.
I'll cover some essential safety tasks before we begin work. A mower engine must be disabled before working on it.
I'll cover tools you'll need to get the job done and how to use them. I'll also list at the start of each video, the tools you'll need to complete each task. Most are basic tools, you'll most likely already have.
It's time to put the rubber down!
What are the requirements?
Working on your mower while watching the lessons will give you the best results, and so a smart phone/tablet and good internet connection is required.
A well ventilated area with a solid surface and a pad to kneel on, will make for a comfortable, safe work environment.
In most cases only basic tools like sockets, wrenches, screwdrivers, pliers etc. You know, the kind of tools you'll find in most household toolbox's.
What will I get from this course?
Easy to follow surging repair videos produced by me, a certified mechanic.
You will understand what causes your mower engine to surge.
You will learn about tools and how to use them.
You will have a step by step guide to repair your mower.
You will learn how to safely work on your mower engine.
You will learn how to prevent your mower from surging again in the future.
Who is this course for?
This video course is designed for beginners. Don't know a wrench from a socket? That's OK! You'll easily follow these video lessons.
Experienced Diy'ers can easily jump ahead to fill their knowledge gaps.
Anyone who's inquisitive about small engine maintenance.
Self sufficient remote dwellers.
Homeowners who like to be independent and save money.
Small business owners who don't have time to haul sick equipment to the repair shop and wait half the season for its return.