Question about Electrical Supplies
Original plug from MFG is LD F5TC - want to replace with a NGK plug
NGK - BP5ES
Champion - N11YC
Autolite - 64
Bosch - WR8DC
Denco - W16EXU
Torch _ F5TC
Posted on Nov 06, 2012
Testimonial: "Thanks. The guy at the auto parts store sold me a NGK - BPR5ES. I thought this might not be the correct replacement. I will return it. "
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
First check and see if you have any cracks on the cable then replace the sparkplug with new one but make sure that the setting the correct one…before you do this you may try a test but you must be very careful…No kids around, clear place outdoors, etc .
After checking, the cables unscrew the sparkplug and put very small amount of gas in then put back the sparkplug “the same one” and see if you get a sound as backfire if yes that mean it is working good. That should take care of it…let me know and again be very careful and not too much gas
Posted on Sep 14, 2009
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