If you’re having trouble with the ignition, electric starter or electrical systems in your power equipment – and once you’ve checked batteries and other power supplies are still adequate – it’s most likely that a single key component within those systems has failed. While this can fill novice power equipment owners with a certain amount of dread, it’s actually usually reasonably simple to identify which piece has failed, either through noticing a broken wire, blown fuse, cracked gear, a sign where an electrical short has occurred, or through a process of elimination when pinions, wires, fuses and gears are all fine. We at DIY Engine Parts are here to help, if you are unsure how to find the fault do-not despair. We have included repair manuals and test equipment to help you find the faulty part. The next step is to find the part number for the failed part, which we try to make as simple as possible using our interactive part drawings. Once you have the part number, ordering a replacement is easy – and many companies, like Briggs & Stratton, actually supply replacements in full kits, so if you’re not feeling confident about replacing a specific component, you can always order a complete assembly and replace as a whole! We offer replacement parts by the same manufacturer who made the original, because we know that this helps to guarantee optimum performance, becouse we know how important it is to get your equipment not just up and running but back to full efficiency.