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Honda HS622 snowblower Question

Posted by hs622 (My Page) on
Wed, Dec 12, 07 at 23:26

Hello all,

I have a question on a honda hs622 snowblower. The unit was dripping hydrostatic fluid from the drive shaft seal for a while before I received it. I replaced the seal and wanted to top off the hydrostatic fluid but was not sure how much to add. Does anybody know how much transmission fluid is needed on a hs622? I called the local dealer and they said a quart should be enough to top it off. I added a quart and it looks like it could take more...

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RE: Honda HS622 snowblower Question

  • Posted by baymee LehighValleyPA (My Page) on
    Thu, Dec 13, 07 at 5:40

The 624 has a reservoir on the handlebars with a level line. Doesn't yours?

RE: Honda HS622 snowblower Question

Hi, I have the same problem. Was the repair something lay persons can accomplish? Did you determine the total capacity? Can you refer me to a good rep manual?

RE: Honda HS622 snowblower Question

I accidently unhooked the springs for the throttle when I was installing a new ignition coil.I don't know whre it was hooked onto
I would apreciate a sketch or a diagram of that area of the snowblower
there are 2 springs-asmall and a bigger ones

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