Where is the spark plug on a lawn mower?
Step 1: Locate the spark plug on the engine. On a lawnmower engine, the plug location is usually obvious, as the wire that provides the electricty for the spark connects to the end. On both our Briggs and Stratton engines, the plug is located in roughly the same spot.
Similarly, how do you check a spark plug on a riding lawn mower?
Rewind the rope around the flywheel and turn the lawn mower's ignition switch on. Pull the rope to spin the flywheel and watch for a spark on the original spark plug. If a spark is present, the spark plug is working properly. An absence of spark will require replacement of the spark plug.
Simply so, does a riding lawnmower have a spark plug?
Replace your riding lawnmower's spark plug after every 100 hours of use and before storing the mower for the winter months. A damaged spark plug can decrease fuel efficiency, cause the engine to run poorly, leave deposits on the cylinder head and/or cause ignition problems.
How do I know if my lawnmower 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.
- 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.