Honda hr214 resources, repair manual and troubleshooting tips

Here is a list of the best resources that I've found for the honda hr214 and the honda gxv120 engine that powers it. Many of these same resources are good for the honda hr215 and the honda hr194 as well. If you're having trouble with your Honda mower, let us know in the comments and we'll try to help you out!

Honda GXV120 Service manual-This is the service manual for the hr214's engine-in three languages no less!

Honda HR194/HR214 Service Manual Online- CB left us this link in the comments, its the service manual online, for FREE! SWEET!

Honda HR214 Parts diagrams-Actually a link to Planopower, they appear to have a pretty complete list for the hr214

Honda GX Carb cleaning video-How cool is this? Bwdbrn1 posted this on the "my tractor forum"; its a 8 minute video showing how to take apart and clean a honda gxv120 carb!

Honda HR214 Manual-Just a link to e-bay for now; I haven't been able to find the pdfs of the hr214 online yet, but I'll keep looking.

Honda HR214 Owner's Manual-Probably not gonna use this one for a while, least not till this beast is back together!

Honda gxv120 and gxv160 Carb Services checklist-Really nice diagram of what to check for when something is amiss with the Keihin B0E3A carb

2 comments:

  1. Hello, Jack! I found your blog by way of Gardenweb while doing some searching for resources on my newly acquired HR-214 that came my way via the local thrift shop. I think it is around a 1986 vintage. I am troubleshooting a problem with the transmission, no drive, but I think it is just a seized cam/cable control causing it. I am going to pull the drive apart tomorrow and clean everything up. Anyway, your link to the shop manual was simply awesome. Writing this comment to let you know that there are readers out there who appreciate your efforts, not including the bozo above trying to sell lawnmowers. Yes, we know you can buy nice lawnmowers. Some of us are interested in cool mower history.

    My HR-214 is an SM model with the electric start. Right now I am looking at finding a 12V Li-Ion substitute for the horrendously expensive lead acid OEM battery from Panasonic. Anyway, thank you again. Glad to find your blog.

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  2. Hey VMC-glad to hear it helped! You're probably on the right track with the transmission-a stuck cable can easily cause the issue.

    Can you let me know what kind of battery you end up with? I'd love to get one but you're right about the cost!

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