These snowblower articles and how-to videos from Sears PartsDirect can help you use your snowblower effectively and safely. From how to troubleshoot why your snowblower won't start or blow snow to how to adjust skid shoes or change the oil, we have the advice and tips to help you keep your equipment running for years. For more DIY advice, check out our snowblower repair help section for troubleshooting guidance and step-by-step repair instructions.
Keep these 5 things on hand so you’re ready for the next big snowstorm.
Install this kit to prevent shocks by static electricity that builds up in the snowblower chute.
Get an overview of the main steps in a snowblower tune-up and click to videos with more details.
Check out these tips for getting your snowblower to start.
See how to replace the chute control rod on a snowblower.
This video shows how to adjust a snowblower's auger control.
Protect your snowblower's engine and body by preparing it for after-season storage.
Learn how to replace a snowblower shave plate.
Find answers to questions many people ask about snowblowers.
This video shows how to adjust a snowblower's shift cable.
See how to periodically adjust the skid shoes on a snowblower so they are flush with the ground.
See how to check the spark plug for spark, to make sure it's clean and correctly gapped.
See how to replace the auger belt and the drive belt on a snowblower at the same time.
This video shows how to operate a snowblower's basic controls, including the shift lever, choke, throttle, primer and more.
You need a spark to fire up the engine of your snowblower, and that spark comes from a spark plug. You can replace one in minutes.
Replace the fuel line on your snowblower if it's cracked or damaged.
The shear pin breaks if you hit hard-packed snow, to protect the engine from damage. Your snowblower auger won't rotate until you fix it. You can replace it in about 10 minutes.