There is a small threaded part protruding from the socket where the wire goes. It threads into the center core of the wire and is a critical electrical contact. Don't break it! As far as the wire itself, if is is long enough, use it but replace that plastic boot (cap) with a good automotive quality item.
Ideally, most automobile spark plugs use a thread size of about 14mm thread why those of lawn mower range between 10 to 12 mm. Because of these differences in thread sizes, they just won't fit into the same hole or the unit in which the plug is to be fit in.
Spark plugs aren't universal; you have to make sure that you buy one that fits your mower. ... If you no longer have the manual or the number has rubbed off, you can always remove the plug first and take it to AutoZone with you.
Overheating. Repeated overheating of the spark plug tip can cause the plug to prematurely fail. Overheating can be caused by many things like pre-ignition and a malfunctioning cooling system. ... This overheating can lead to the spark plug's electrode wearing out faster.
No, bad spark plugs do not directly cause transmission issues. However, if the spark plugs are not too good they may misfire and deliver lower torque to the transmission. ... If you're experiencing transmission problems it's most likely either a faulty wiring harness or something else entirely.Share to:FacebookTwitterPinterestEmail