Tiller Repair and MaintenanceAt Dave's Outdoor Power, we follow a systematic approach when repairing non-working cultivators or tillers. We perform our own diagnostics and we don’t just rely on what the customer tells us. After a careful evaluation of your unit, we will perform the necessary repair works to correct the problem. We may replace old and damaged components, perform engine tune up, or check the filters. For serious issues, we may open the engine and replace specific parts. We will make sure that your unit will function smoothly at its optimum level after we finish the repair job. Don't worry if your tiller is a vintage one since we can recondition it to function like a newly purchased unit.
A tiller engine that won't start is the most common problem of our clients. The problem may be caused by a failed spark plug, dirty carburetor, broken recoil starter, or bad gasoline. Some of these issues can be corrected in a DIY way. However, it is better to seek professional help to ensure the efficient operation of the tiller engine. Cleaning or replacing a spark plug is an easy thing to do but cleaning the carburetor requires in-depth knowledge and actual experience in tiller repair.
We Repair All Types of TillersThere are two general classifications of tillers. You may have a front-tine tiller or a rear-tine tiller. The first type is commonly used for soil preparation, weeding, and composting in small-to-medium sized gardens. Meanwhile, the rear-tine tiller is typically used for larger planting areas since it has forward- or counter-rotating tines. And here at Dave's Outdoor Power, we accept all kinds of repair jobs regardless of the make or model of your tiller. We are also a manufacturer-accredited tiller repair shop, so choosing us to repair your defective unit is always a great idea.
Tune-up of Tiller EnginesMost of the times, a simple engine tune-up will solve all the issues concerning your tiller. Our tune-up service includes replacing the air filter, changing the oil, checking the ignition system, adjusting the throttle and choke controls, inspecting the carburetor, and cleaning the engine. We also look at the other components of your tiller machine. We will adjust and lubricate all moving parts to maximize the efficiency of your equipment. A more comprehensive tiller repair job is necessary if our simple troubleshooting won’t work.
Call Dave's Outdoor Power today at (512) 244-2050.