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Use a chainsaw combi-spanner, they are designed for accessing spark plugs that are hard to reach.

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Toro lawnmower model no. 20065. Did what you said. Can't get cord to pull or flywheel to turn. Plastic part is okay.

Hey June, remove the spark plug... see if it will turn over then,,,

If fuel sprays out of the spark plug hole.. you MUST change the oil, air filter, spark plug and have the carburetor cleaned and adjusted BEFORE you try to start it again!@!
IF the engine will not turn over with the spark plug removed... its time for a trip to a professional small engine guy... sorry...

Aug 21, 2017 | Toro Garden

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First disconnect the spark plug wire from the spark plug. Then use a socket wrench to remove the spark plug. Install the new spark plug into the cylinder head and reconnect the spark plug wire. The Toro CCR 3650 uses a NGK BPMR4A plug gapped to 0.032".

Jan 25, 2016 | Toro Garden

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Have no spark to plugs

Those sensors have no effect on spark. Did you replace the plug, if not remove it hold it against the engine, have someone pull cord, watch for spark. If you have spark then you have a fuel problem. If no spark then after replacing plug, then remove stop wire from magneto side. Pull cord an watch for spark. If no spark then remove housing an flywheel, measure gap between mag an flywheel. Check to make sure magnets are still on flywheel. Call some shop or check a service manual on gap setting. If no spark still you will need to replace the magneto. This is rare an its is more likely a plug that needs replacing. Toro snowblowers are nice machines, this is not a hard fix. Really to tackle this is starting with the plug.

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What spark plug wrench is used to remove the spark plug on a TORO 38624w snowblower?

it is prob a 13/16 this is the most common most of the time you cannot get a wrench on a plug but a socket , if it is smaller then it is a 5/8 lefty loosie righty tighty do not over tighten the plug

Jan 20, 2014 | Toro 826OXE 2-Stage Snowblower 38624W

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Toro 6.75 mower has a recessed plug impossible to remove with socket or wrench. Model 20371 but I know there are other models of Toro with this design.

if your wanting to chang oil the shops tilt it on there side and drain threw filler pipe they dont mess with the plug

Jul 30, 2013 | Toro Garden

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Toro walk behind model 20016. The starter rope did not break it just won't pull out??? HELP

Remove the rope case and see if it is the mower -also - remove the spark plug and try it - also - - after removing the spark plug - also -try spinning the blade. If you remove the top you will see the problem sooner.

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Sep 09, 2010 | Toro Lawn Mower With Toro Power Tools

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Won't start, have cleaned filter, has gas in it, new spark plug still will not start.

You might try a new contact-points set, and making
sure the magneto that supply current to the spark-plug is clean and not obstructed. Also feel the compression: to do this remove the spark-plug and place a finger in the spark-plug hole. Then crank the engine. If the compression is good, you will feel it, and smell the gas/air mixture.

Oct 28, 2009 | Toro Lawn Mower With Toro Power Tools

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Toro GTS5 5.5 HP will not start

after attempting to start a few times;remove the spark plug and, check it if it is wet the engine is flooding dry the plug and, reinsert prime once and, attempt to start
if the plug is dry check the fuel filter
ground the plug while starting to check for spark

Sep 14, 2009 | Toro Lawn Mower With Toro Power Tools

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I have a 5 year old Toro mower. No spark at the plug. Now what?

Hi there
If you don't have spark that means you have a bad ignition coil . To locate the ignition coil just follow the spark plug wire . First try to readjust the coil because with the time most of the coils goes loose with the vibration . The coil should have 2 bolts holding it against the flywheel . To readjust get a piece of paper and put it betwen the coil and flywhell and retight the bolts , remove the paper and see if there's spark , if not you have to replace the coil.
Hope this help

Aug 31, 2009 | Toro Lawn Mower With Toro Power Tools

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Engine will not stay running


When the engine stops check the spark at the spark plug.Check compression(remove the spark plug and ground the plug wire on the engine,seal the plug hole with your thumb.Operate the starter.If the compression preasure blows your thumb off the hole,the compression is adequate for the engine to run.Now priming the engine(put some gas into the spark plug hole,back the spark plug and try to start the engine.Let me know. savumihai71 regards

Dec 10, 2008 | Toro Garden

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