Toro Lawn Mower Won't Start - Simple, Free Fix! – Fixed mower (2023)

Toro builds great machines, I know this because I inherited an old Toro lawnmower that still runs like you wouldn't believe.

So your Toro lawn mower won't start?A dirty carburetor is the most common cause of a Toro mower not starting. Other possible reasons include:

  • fuel valve off
  • don't choke
  • bad gasoline
  • Wet/defective plug
  • unplug the cable
  • Blocked air filter Carburetor failure
  • coil failure
  • Safety lever/misfire
  • Handwheel sync (cut key)
  • footprint valves
  • low compression

This guide will help you quickly diagnose why your Toro lawn mower won't start, restart or stall when hot. Toro uses several different engine manufacturers: Briggs & Stratton, Kawasaki, Honda and Toro engines.

This guide will not cover each of these engine types, so your engine may look different than the ones used here. Diagnosis and repair procedures will be very similar no matter what machine you have.

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Diagnosing a Toro that won't start is pretty simple; perform some basic tests to eliminate misfire, fuel and mechanical failures. The tests aren't complex, but you'll need to run them correctly to avoid wasting time or needlessly replacing parts.

This guide pretty much covers all the common causes of a Toro that won't start. However, if you need more help, see“Lawn mower does not start video.” It walks you through all the tests you'll find here in this post, and includes a step-by-step guide to a successful repair.

There could be many other reasons why your Toro mower won't turn on. In this guide, we will cover all the most common failures.

review the basics

Before we continue, let's review all the basics. Sometimes the easy answer is the solution or check the"Common causes of non-starting video".

The basics include:

  • Check if there is little oil, some lawn mowers have a deactivation system. To check“How to Check Lawn Mower Oil”
  • Is the gas open? To check“Where is the gas cock on my lawnmower?”
  • Is the gas cold? Gas older than a month is old. To check“Video of draining the gas cylinder”
  • Is the choke on and working? To check"How to Start a Lawn Mower"
  • If the air filter is clean and dry, a gas soaked filter will prevent starting. To check“Lawn Mower Tuning Guide”
  • Is the plug cord securely connected?
  • Is the safety lever turned on and working properly? To check“Hard to turn on when hot”

Those are all easy things checked; Now let's dig a little deeper.

3 things your engine must have

Toro is a quality team, I have customers with 30 year old Toro lawnmowers who still provide great service, so I know they can go far. The motor of the Toro mower is simple. It needs three things to work.

Thing 1

Fresh Gas: You should have fresh, clean gas. Old or dirty gasoline is by far the number one cause of all minor engine problems. This isn't a guarantee that bad gas is your problem, but it's one of the first things to check.

Thing 2

Spark: A candle wide open and lit at the right time is as essential as good gasoline.

which 3

Compression – Piston rings, valves and head gaskets help create compression. Any problem here and the engine won't run.

Each of these three systems will have many components, any one of which could be the problem. Carrying out the following simple test will point us in the right direction.

You may find this page useful,"Small engine tools".These are the tools I use; some of them will make your life much easier.

Try the gas injection test

To quickly test if we have: (1) Fuel, (2) Spark, or (3) Compression Failure, let's bypass the fuel system and do this by pouring some fresh gasoline directly into the carburetor. This is the quickest way to diagnose which of the three systems has failed; it's an elimination round.

For this test to be successful, you will need clean, fresh gas. If you are not sure of the quality, stop now and get it new and always in a clean empty can. Fuel older than a month is probably expired.

In my shop, fueling causes the most problems: stale or dirty gas, dirty carburetors, clogged filters, and the list goes on. When it identifies which system has failed, it will direct you to the appropriate repair guide, he said confidently.

Gas injection is covered here in the“Lawn mower does not start the video.”

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Eliminate– Remove the air filter cover and the air filter; some will be secured with screws or wing nuts, others will simply be removed.

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shot– Pour some fresh fuel into the carburetor, about a cap.

You will have to tilt the mower on its side to get the gas in.

Two possible results:

(1)Mower tried to start or started - tells you there is a fuel failure, go ahead and test the choke system. (See below)

(2)The mower didn't try to start so we've probably cleared a fuel fault and the fault is probably not spark. review the“Spark test video” hereor see this post"The lawn mower does not ignite any sparks."

Try the strangulation test

In this guide, we will verify that the choke systems are working correctly. As you know, the correct starting procedure for a cold engine will require adding more gasoline to enrich the air/fuel mixture, which a cold engine needs for a smooth start. Toro lawnmowers are equipped with Briggs & Stratton, Honda and Kawasaki engines. They use two different types of choke systems to get the rich cold start mixture.

If your Toro is relatively new, it will have an automatic choke, so you won't have a lever to control the choke. The choke test is covered in“Lawn mower does not start the video.”

Three types of throttling are common, manual, automatic, and bulb priming. Go ahead and identify which choke system is installed on your Toro and check that it works properly. If all goes well, remove and clean the gas cup.

To see the choke plate (if equipped), remove the air filter. When the choke on choke is activated, the choke plate must be fully closed. If not, check cable adjustment.

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choke plate– The first is a choke plate type – The manual version will have a lever to control the choke. There is an automatic choke version and it won't have a choke lever, but it works the same way.

As the engine warms up, the choke plate must be opened (choke). Some auto-throttling carbs cause hot start flooding issues. Both choke plate type versions create a rich fuel condition by reducing the amount of air and increasing the amount of fuel supplied to the engine.

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Manual shock activated:If you have a manual choke control, move the throttle lever to the full choke position for starting a cold engine. All current models have an automatic choke and therefore will not have a choke lever.

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manual choke– Move the choke to the fast/drive position while the engine warms up a little. The choke should be off at this point. Make sure it is moving to the off position.

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auto shock activated– The automatic choke system is controlled by a lever connected to a thermostat that is positioned close to the silencer or on the cylinder head. Make sure it is moving to the off position.

As the muffler heats up, the choke plate should open. Check your role. On some auto choke models, customers complain of hot start flooding issues.

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The solution– Drill a hole in the choke plate. Also check the binding of the control links.

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primer bulb– The second type is the primer bulb – This is very simple and easy to use. Creates a rich fuel condition by injecting additional fuel into the engine. You do this by pressing down on a rubber bulb mounted on the carburetor.

Check whether the lamp is damaged; mice like to eat them. Replacement kits are available.

If all is well, go ahead and remove and clean the gas canister.

Clean the carburetor bowl

Cleaning the carburetor and fresh fuel will solve the problem of bad gasoline or dirty carburetor. But removing the carburetor can take time and effort. So before we go that route, let's try a quick fix. Removing and cleaning the fuel canister and fuel feed screw (not all lawnmowers have the fuel feed screw) is something we can do with a minimal amount of effort and tools.

This might very well solve your problem. I've covered this below in pictures or watch the "Lawn Mower Won't Start" video for additional help. You won't need any special tools for this job, but a carb cleaner can make your life a lot easier. I use WD40 Carb Cleanser at the store. Check the "Small Engine Tools Page".

I have listed some other tools on this page, "Carburetor Cleaning Tools". It is important to clean the carburetor well. No one wants to visit the same job twice. These tools will help you do it the first time.

You can find the fuel container behind the air filter. I will show this process for the most common carburetor types. Remember, if your gasoline is more than three months old, it is expired. So cleaning the bowl will not make it work. You need to drain the tank, carburetor bowl and fill it with fresh gasoline.

Suppose this works great for you! If not, I wrote this guide. It will guide you through the entire process: "Remove and clean the carburetor". Alternatively, everything is covered in the "Lawn mower won't start" video.

If you don't like cleaning your carburetor, I understand. Why not just change it? Carburetors are not expensive or difficult to replace. I have listed the most popular carburettors on the page, where you can check the price and availability of“New Carburetors for Lawn Mowers”or check out the Amazon link below.

Amazon Lawn Mower Carburetors

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bitch– When working on your mower, unplug and turn off the gas. If you don't have a fuel cock, use clamps to gently tighten the fuel line. This prevents a spill.

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Briggs Gas Bowl– This is an old model Briggs and Stratton engine. The fuel container is behind the air filter.

Your carburetor may look different; other examples are shown below. Remove canister with 1/2″ socket and ratchet. Open the fuel to verify that fuel is flowing from the carburetor. If not, go to the fuel flow test.

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Clean the gas container. This model has a fuel feed screw, it is a recessed screw that feeds gas to the carburetor jet. Be careful with the screw gasket. The screw must be clean, use a wire brush to clean it. Spray some carb cleaner into the jet.

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Check the big o-ring, it's usually on the carburetor, and if it is, that's fine, leave it there. However, if you got away with the bowl, apply a small amount of oil to help it settle on the side of the carburetor.

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When replacing, do not over-tighten the reservoir as this will cause the feed screw gasket or large O-ring to deform and leak.

If after cleaning the bowl, the cutters still malfunction, check“Dismantle and clean carburetor”

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Briggs plastic gas bowl– This plastic carburettor is the latest generation from Briggs & Stratton.
I use straps to gently tighten the fuel line to prevent fuel spillage.

The container drain plug is at the bottom of the fuel container. Remove it, some may be tricky as free space is insufficient. If you have difficulty accessing the drain plug (black hex head), go ahead and remove the two canister retaining screws.

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Use a flathead screwdriver to pry the container.

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Now remove the fuel jets. Use a fine wire to clean them. Be careful with compressed air as the little brass jets will fly off and be lost forever. With the sump removed, remove the fuel line clamps and check the carburetor fuel flow, if not, proceed to the fuel flow test.

Rebuild in reverse order after cleaning.

If cleaning is unsuccessful, order a new jet pack. Few different types, so have the engine number handy.

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Honda gas cup– This type of bowl is fitted to Toro and Honda engines. Honda installed a drain bolt that allows you to drain the fuel from the bowl. Cool! This is great if the canister contains some bad gas.

However, if the container contains a little bit of sand, it will not completely empty. Therefore, it is better to remove the container and clean it thoroughly. Turn on fuel and check carburetor fuel flow, otherwise continue with fuel flow test.

If the cutters still malfunction after cleaning the bin, check“Dismantle and clean carburetor”or have a look at“Carburetor cleaning video”here.

If none of this helped, go to“Lawn mower does not start the video”page and start from the beginning, the solution is there.

Tune your bull

To get the most out of your Toro, maintenance should be done at least once a season, preferably in the spring. Tuning kit includes: oil; plug; air filter; fuel filter (if fitted); new blade (optional). Making an adjustment is simple. This guide will have your mower up and running in less than an hour:"How to Adjust Your Lawn Mower".

You will need your engine model code. It is stamped on the mower body or motor. Briggs and Stratton stamp their codes on the metal valve cover at the front of the engine. Kohler has a decal and Honda has a decal on the engine.

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Once you find these numbers, it's easy to buy the tuning kit online. Suppose you can't find the code, no problem. Remove the air filter and compare it to a tune-up kit found online, most lawn mower engines are very common so you shouldn't have any trouble getting a compatible tune-up kit.

No“Lawn mower setup video”.Tune in once per season at the start of the season. If your mower is new, change the oil after the first 5 hours of use.

the gasoline problem

Most manufacturers accept e10. This one has a 10% ethanol blend. E15, on the other hand, is not right. Ethanol is a fuel alcohol made from sugar, corn and other plant materials. The alcohol is then mixed with gas to produce ethanol.

What the manufacturers say

Some manufacturers claim that the alcohol content of ethanol will damage the carburetor's plastic and rubber components. E15 and e85 burn more than regular gas. Your mower is not designed to operate in these temperatures. The use of these types of fuel will damage the engine and void the manufacturer's warranty.

what does the bull say

Toro recommends using 87 octane ethanol-free gasoline. The maximum recommended blend of ethanol is E10, and methanol is prohibited. They also advise using a fuel stabilizer.

A stabilizer will keep gasoline cool for up to 2 years. You can mix it with gasoline and use it all the time, but I only use it at the end of the season and when I winterize all my gas powered equipment, including 2 strokes. Just a few drops in the gas tank.

I use a product called Sta-bil gas, 1oz treats up to 2.5 gallons, prevents lumps and cleans the fuel system. The use of a gas stabilizer is covered under gas.stabilizer video here, and you will find a link to thestabilizer that I use here.

The ethanol problem

Absorbs moisture from the environment. If fuel is left in the mower during the winter, moisture will build up in the carburetor. Water often corrodes and leaves a varnish-like deposit that blocks the doors. This is what causes poor performance or no startup.

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glued– It's a carb killer. Using a gas stabilizer will avoid many problems.

Related questions

How to Start a Toro Lawn Mower?All of today's new Toro mowers feature an automatic choke, which means all you have to do is pull and hold the handlebar lever and pull the cord. That is all.

Does the mower not turn on after tilting it?Remove the air filter and try to start the mower. If the air filter is wet with fuel, replace it. A mower should always be tilted with the carburetor up; this prevents fuel and oil from spilling into the air filter.

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What is the first thing to check if a lawn mower won't start? ›

Your Mower Won't Start:

If you have last season's gas in your mower, drain your fuel tank and fill with fresh gas. Other possible causes include: Loose, Dirty or Disconnected Spark Plug in Your Lawn Mower: Check it out, clean off debris, re-connect and tighten. Dirty Air Filter: Clean or replace.

What is the most common reason a lawn mower won't start? ›

It's a common problem to have, but there's often a quick and easy fix if you can diagnose the problem. Some of the most common reasons a lawn mower won't start include low fuel, spark plug issues, a clogged carburetor, a broken clutch, or broken gears.

How do I force my lawnmower to start? ›

If you run into problems getting your lawnmower ready for springOpens a new window, try the following:
  1. Use fresh gas. ...
  2. Check the spark plug. ...
  3. Use the choke. ...
  4. Prime the mower. ...
  5. Check the air filter. ...
  6. Check the cables. ...
  7. Check for water in the fuel tank.
  8. Clear the starter cord of blockages.

What is the Toro guaranteed to start? ›

The Toro GTS (Guaranteed to Start) Starting Guarantee does not apply when the product is used commercially*.
Warranty Period
​ - Toro Single Cylinder​90 days
​ - Toro Twin Cylinder​3 years / 300 hours1
TimeCutter HD Mowers​3 years or 300 hours1
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How do I know if my lawn mower carburetor is clogged? ›

Dirty Carburetor Symptoms
  1. The lawn mower engine has trouble starting.
  2. The engine starts but stalls while you're cutting the lawn.
  3. The engine runs rough during mowing.
  4. Black smoke is seen coming out of the muffler.
  5. There is a noticeable increase in fuel consumption during normal lawn mower use.
May 13, 2020

How do you clean a lawn mower carburetor without removing it? ›

Use Carburetor Cleaner

Fortunately, you can generally do this without even taking the carburetor out of the engine. Start by purchasing some commercial lawnmower carburetor cleanerOpens a new window, which comes in a simple spray can and will make it easy to clean the inside and outside of the carb.

What does it mean when your mower clicks but wont start? ›

Why does the tractor make a clicking sound and not start? If the riding mower makes a heavy clicking or a rapid clattering sound when the key is turned to the start position, there is a problem with the battery or a part of the starting circuit. The clicking noise comes from a part called the starter solenoid.

How do you fix a clogged carburetor on a lawn mower? ›

  1. STEP 1: Clean the outside of the lawn mower engine. ...
  2. STEP 2: Remove the air filter to access the carburetor. ...
  3. STEP 3: Remove the carburetor. ...
  4. STEP 4: Disassemble the carburetor. ...
  5. STEP 5: Replace any worn-out parts. ...
  6. STEP 6: Clean the carburetor and carburetor parts. ...
  7. STEP 7: Reassemble the carburetor.
Jun 3, 2022

Why does my Briggs and Stratton have spark and fuel won t start? ›

If your Briggs & Stratton engine has a spark but won't run, then it is most likely a problem with the gas or air intake in the engine. The spark on the spark plug ignites the gas in the piston, but if the air filter is clogged or the gas can't flow, then the engine won't start.

How do you reset the pull cord on a lawn mower? ›

Resetting the spring usually requires separating the hub from the starter cover. To do that, you'll have to remove the cord. After replacing the spring, wind the hub, feed the cord through the holes in the hub and cover, tie a knot and let the hub rewind slowly before replacing the starter.

Why is my Toro lawn mower pull cord not catching? ›

There are two very common causes for a lawn mower pull cord not catching. These include: Broken or Worn Pawls, or a. Damaged Pulley.

How do you prime a Toro lawn mower? ›

Press the lawnmower's primer button three times firmly, holding it pressed inward for about one second each time before releasing it. A self-propelled mulching mower has a primer bulb, but the other Toro 22-inch models do not have that feature.

What is the lifespan of a Toro lawn mower? ›

A well maintained and properly stored Toro walk-behind mower will typically last ten to twelve years and the larger Toro Zero-turn mower correctly maintained and stored may last between fifteen to twenty years.

What is Briggs and Stratton easy start? ›

ReadyStart®: Just pull for easy starting.

The ReadyStart system sets the standard for easy rope starting because it automatically senses the engine temperature to deliver the correct amount of fuel to the carburetor. This eliminates the need to manually prime or choke the engine before starting.

What are the signs of a clogged carburetor? ›

4 Signs Your Carburetor Needs Cleaning
  • It just won't start. If your engine turns over or cranks, but doesn't start, it could be due to a dirty carburetor. ...
  • It's running lean. An engine “runs lean” when the balance of fuel and air gets thrown off. ...
  • It's running rich. ...
  • It's flooded.

Will vinegar clean a carburetor? ›

However, it's important to use a non-corrosive cleaner which doesn't harm or degrade any plastic or rubber pieces on the carburetor. You should avoid using vinegar, because the acetic acid makes metal susceptible to rust.

How do you unclog a carburetor without taking it apart? ›

To clean a carburetor without disassembling it, we can simply use a compressed air gun which is sometimes enough if the clogging is not severe. With the help of compressed air and fuel, most of the grease and fuel residues can be removed from the jets. Once done, carefully clean the upper tray and the float as well.

Is seafoam a carburetor cleaner? ›

Sea Foam Spray delivers a high concentration of petroleum cleaning solvency and lubricity to carburetor throttle valves, intake runners and valves, and chamber areas.

What does it mean when you turn the ignition and it just clicks? ›

It might be a faulty starter.

One of the symptoms of a bad starter is a single clicking noise when you turn the key or push the start button. Tapping the starter can sometimes get it going again, but no guarantees. Most likely, you'll need to get your starter repaired or replaced.

What does it mean when you turn the key and it just clicks? ›

Usually a rapid clicking noise is a good indication that your starter motor isn't getting enough electrical current to engage – basically your solenoid is trying to engage but can't make the connection.

What does it mean when a starter solenoid just clicks? ›

A single “click” sound comes from the engine compartment or from under the car. This could mean that the solenoid is trying to engage but that the internal components are stuck and unable to work properly. Repeated “clicking” sounds usually indicate a dead battery.

Why is it so hard to start my lawn mower? ›

If a mower is hard to start, it may be the result of a dirty carburetor and/or a clogged air filter. Use a screwdriver to remove the carburetor and clean any dirt out of it with a rag. Clean the air filter or replace it if it's disposable.

Why would a lawn mower suddenly stop working? ›

This sudden shutdown can be caused by an overheating engine. Reasons for an engine to overheat and shut down include debris clogging the area around the engine, low coolant levels, a problem with the oil, or an engine mechanical breakdown.

What causes Briggs and Stratton engine to not start? ›

Disconnected, dirty or fouled spark plugs are common causes for engines that won't start. For small engines, spark plugs typically need to be replaced every season or after 25 hours of use. You should also check to make sure the spark plug gap is set correctly.

How do you start a flooded Toro lawn mower? ›

How to Unflood a Lawnmower
  1. Pull off the spark plug wire and unscrew the spark plug with a spark plug wrench. ...
  2. Crank the engine a few times while the plug is out to draw air through the carburetor and dry it out.
  3. Replace the plug, turn off the choke and crank the engine.

How do you fix a lawn mower that won't stay on? ›

A full gas tank and oil reservoir are the essential first steps when checking why the lawn mower won't stay running, but the problem could also be a dirty filter, clogged carburetor, improper fuel mixture, or a dirty spark plug.

What are the common faults causing the motor not to start? ›

The most common cause of motor failure, and arguably the most difficult to overcome, is low resistance. Low resistance is caused by the degradation of the insulation of the windings due to conditions such as overheating, corrosion, or physical damage.

What are the main causes of failure of an engine to start? ›

Some other typical reasons engines fail to start include:
  • Low or discharged battery.
  • Corroded or loose battery cables.
  • Starter motor relay failure.
  • Ignition switch failure.
  • Faulty fuel pump.
  • Clogged or dirty fuel filter.
  • Neglecting oil and filter changes.
  • Catalytic converter failure.
Feb 25, 2016

What can cause a no start condition? ›

Dead battery: A dead battery is the No. 1 cause of a no-start. If the battery is weak, but not totally dead, the starter may turn slowly. You will hear that slow, groaning RRR-RRR-RRR sound.

How do I know if my lawn mower engine is flooded? ›

The easiest way to tell if your engine is flooded with gas is to remove the spark plug. If it's wet, it's flooded and you'll need to let the cylinder dry out before trying to restart. Compressed air can help speed up the process.

How long does it take to Unflood a lawnmower? ›

An engine that's getting gas and not starting probably has a flooded carburetor or cylinder soaked with gasoline. Often your nose can make the diagnosis: Flooded engines reek of unburned fuel. Park the mower on level ground, and wait about 15 minutes for the gas to evaporate.


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