What causes no spark to the spark plug?
Loss of spark is caused by anything that prevents coil voltage from jumping the electrode gap at the end of the spark plug. This includes worn, fouled or damaged spark plugs, bad plug wires or a cracked distributor cap.
Likewise, people ask, why is my lawnmower not sparking?
Loose, Dirty or Disconnected Spark Plug in Your Lawn Mower: Check it out, clean off debris, re-connect and tighten. Dirty Air Filter: Clean or replace. Fuel Not Reaching the Engine: Tap the side of the carburetor to help the flow of gas. If this doesn't work, you might need a new fuel filter.
In this manner, how do I know if my lawn mower spark plug is bad?
Here's How to Know if a Lawn Mower Spark Plug is Bad
- You can't get the engine to fire up at all.
- You have to tug extra hard for longer than usual on the rewind.
- Your lawn mower loses power while moving.
- The gas runs out quicker than it used to.
How can I fix no spark?
First, Confirm Your Engine Has No Spark:
- Disable the fuel system by removing the fuel pump fuse or relay.
- Insert a spark plug tester into the plug boot and ground it on a piece of metal on the engine.
- Finally, Have someone crank the engine and watch for spark.
- Use fresh gas. Old gasoline can cause starting difficulties. ...
- Check the spark plug. ...
- Use the choke. ...
- Prime the mower. ...
- Check the air filter. ...
- Check the cables. ...
- Check for water in the fuel tank.
- Clear the starter cord of blockages.