Pressure Washer: Needs routine maintenance

Tune up the pressure washer engine each year to help the engine run smoothly. The tune-up includes changing the oil, replacing the spark plug and replacing the air filter. Add fuel stabilizer to the gas tank before storing the pressure washer for winter so the fuel stays fresh. You’ll also need to inject pump saver into the water pump to help prevent pump damage when storing the pressure washer for the winter.

These repairs may help solve your Pressure Washer problem:

Tune up the pressure washer engine

Air filter

A tune-up restores the pressure washer’s engine to its peak operating condition. A tune-up includes changing the oil, cleaning the engine, replacing the air filter, checking the ignition system, inspecting the carburetor, adjusting the throttle and choke controls, and adjusting and lubricating all moving parts.

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