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Where is the spark plug
In the cylinder head. Check the attached links,instruction and guides, Good luck
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You need to pull the plug wire off the spark plug put another spark plug and put it in and hold it to the motor and crank it to see if you are getting spark. Some models you have to have the spark plug in the motor cause some have sensor that will not make spark because it doesn't sense compression. If you are getting spark then you are having a fuel issue.
Mine takes a three quarter socket and disconnect the spark plug wire take the old one out and install a new one. Putting the wire back on after putting in the plug.To do it right check the spark plug gap but usually it is factory set anyway.
Remove spark plug. Pull rope several times to blow out cylinder. Spray WD 40 in spark plug hole. Pull rope several times. ensure compression is present. Replace spark plug with new one. Spray starting fluid in cylinder before replacing spark plug. Ensure plug wires snaps on tight. Check oil level, fill with 30w oil if required. All mowers have a low oil start cutoff. Clean or replace air filter.
Hello. Changing the spark plug requires a couple of tools, all available at any auto parts store, and the right replacement plug. Regarding the plug, look in the manual or take the old plug to the auto parts store and have the clerk cross reference for you to be sure you get the same one or a comparable. Look at the links below to learn more about changing spark plugs in lawn mowers than most people know. Have fun with it.