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Where is the spark plug located on a lawn mower?

Dennis WaldenNov 23, 2021

Locate the spark plug(s).

On a walk-behind or riding lawn mower, they're usually near the front of the engine. On zero-turns, look near the back of the engine on the sides. Disconnect the spark plug lead and clean around the spark plug to remove any debris.

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Beside above, what are the symptoms of a bad spark plug on a lawn mower?

Faulty spark plug warning signs

  • The engine requires repeated attempts to start or the engine won't start at all.
  • The engine misfires or runs rough.
  • The engine starts, but stalls shortly after.
  • There is a noticeable increase in fuel consumption during normal equipment use.
Also question is, how do you change the spark plug on a Yard Machine lawn mower?

Accordingly, what kind of spark plug does my mower take?

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.

How often do you change spark plugs in lawn mower?

every 25 hours

How do I know if my mower needs a new spark plug?

Here's How to Know if a Lawn Mower Spark Plug is Bad
  1. You can't get the engine to fire up at all.
  2. You have to tug extra hard for longer than usual on the rewind.
  3. Your lawn mower loses power while moving.
  4. The gas runs out quicker than it used to.

Will a lawn mower start with a bad spark plug?

A dirty or fouled spark plug can cause your lawn mower to not start. It can also work itself loose, causing issues. If the spark plug appears to be seated correctly but the engine doesn't start, a new one may be in order.

Does my mower need a new spark plug?

For standard lawn mower and small engine maintenance, you should check and/or replace spark plugs: Annually and in accordance with the Operator's Manual. If your lawn mower or outdoor power equipment won't start.
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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.

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