The spark plug is what makes it possible for your Lawn mower engine to ignite the gas during the combustion process. The Spark Plug is the center piece of your engine and while a clean spark plug allows for easy starting and efficient engine operation, a old spark plug that's worn, dirty or fouled won't be able to deliver the needed spark needed to start engine . If your lawn mower is difficult to start, a worn-out spark plug may be the culprit. This is a very simple fix that most home owners can do.
Replacing a spark plug is one of the easiest tasks of lawn mower maintenance. The only tools you'll need is a spark plug socket and a spark plug gauge. Follow these simple steps and you'll be on your way in no time to a properly running lawnmower.
While all spark plugs are printed with a model number on their ceramic bodies, it's not uncommon for the printing to wear off over time. If you can't read the spark plug model number, or if you're unsure as to what fits your lawnmower, check with a service professional. He or she will be able to quickly determine which spark plug you need, so that you can easiiy get your mower back in service