Peerless Riding Mower & Tractor Parts
Both private residences and commercial properties rely on Peerless riding mower and tractor parts to ensure that landscapes look their best. Whether it's a cracked head gasket or a leaky fuel line, you can easily replace faulty parts with help from Sears PartsDirect. You can even keep your rig from dropping fluid in the future by following these useful maintenance tips.
Perform a Tune-Up
If you see oil spots on a driveway or in a garage, your mower might need a good tune-up. Start by replacing the air filter, oil filter and fuel filter, as dirty or clogged riding mower parts reduce flow and increase engine friction. Drain and refill the engine with new oil, and clean the engine fins for proper cooling. You should also inspect the spark plugs for wear and the air filter for clogging, replacing them if necessary.
Inspect the Carburetor Assembly
If your machine is running roughly or only operating with the choke on, check the carburetor for any stuck or misaligned moving parts. The carburetor creates an air-and-gas mixture that is imperative for proper operation, and if this mixture is too rich or too lean, you may want to rebuild or replace the entire assembly. For more lawn tractor repair help regarding carburetors, visit the Sears PartsDirect DIY and troubleshooting page.
Check and Replace the Head Gasket
If oil is seeping from the top of the engine case, or you have low compression, the head gasket may be blown. To replace the gasket, remove the cylinder head, and thoroughly clean the mating surfaces for an assured seal.
Sears PartsDirect has maintenance tips and repair parts to help you keep your riding mower or tractor in top condition. To find the maintenance item that you need, choose your model from the list above, click the chat button, or call 1-800-252-1698.
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