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What Spark Plug does a John Deere 425 take?

Dennis WaldenSep 13, 2021

John Deere 425 Lawn Tractor Parts 54 Mower Deck

Tune-up for John Deere 425 Lawn Tractor Parts 54 Mower Deck
Part NumberDescription
CHRS14YCSpark Plugs
1.75 QuartsEngine Oil Capacity

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Also to know is, what year was the John Deere 14sb made?

The mower in the first image was produced in April 1993, has a Kawasaki FC150V engine rated at 5.0 HP and is one of the last to get the chrome-plated handles before Deere switched over to black-painted handles....

Keeping this in view, what Spark Plug does a John Deere 110 take? John Deere L110 Lawn Tractor Parts 42 Mower Deck
Tune-up for John Deere L110 Lawn Tractor Parts 42 Mower Deck
Part NumberDescription
CHCJ7YSpark Plugs
2 QuartsEngine Oil Capacity

Similarly, are all lawn mower spark plugs the same?

Yes there are different plugs for different engines. Usually you need the engine model on your mower, and take in the old spark plug to the hardware store. Ask for someone to help you find the right spark plug and tell them your engine model and mower model.

What motor is in a John Deere 425?

John Deere 425 Engine

Engine Detail
Kawasaki FD620D
Displacement617 cc 37.7 ci
Bore/Stroke2.992x2.68 inches 76 x 68 mm
Power20 hp 14.9 kW

What engine is in a John Deere 445?

John Deere 445
John Deere 445 Engine
22HP Kawasaki 617cc 2-cyl gasoline
Fuel tank6.5 gal 24.6 L
Engine details ...

How do you remove the clutch on a John Deere 14sb?

How do you change the drive belt on a John Deere 14sb mower?

What size socket do I need for a spark plug?

Most spark plugs require a 5/8" (16mm) size spark plug socket. This refers to the size of the flats on the spark plug that are in contact with the socket.

Where is spark plug on John Deere lawn mower?

What can I use to clean my spark plugs?

To safely clean a spark plug, you should use a wire brush or spray-on plug cleaner specifically designed for this ignition part. You can also use a sturdy knife to scrape off tough deposits. Note: NEVER clean a spark plug with a shot blaster or abrasives.
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Dennis Walden

Dennis owns a small farm and loves to grill since his early childhood. He’s a professional cook, but hiking and enjoying the great outdoors is his no less favorite part of life.