Question about McCulloch 16 In 4.5 Hp Electric Chainsaw With Carrying Case MCC4516FK
The hardest problem is pulling the wire boot off of the plug--I use a screwdriver to lift up on the boot while pulling on the upper boot with your fingers and twisting the boot side to side. Once the boot is off, use the proper size deep-wall socket wrench to remove the plug (turn counter-clockwise). Make sure the base of the plug near the cylinder head is free of dirt. The plug is a tapered-seat type and is prone to being hard to turn at first. If the internal insulator is a shade of brown, it is probably ok. If it is oily black, then you are probably putting too much oil into the fuel mix, or using automotive oil. Check the spark by installing a new plug into the boot and run the starter a few times. There should be a blue spark occur each revolution (the plug base must touch the cylinder head!).
Posted on Jul 03, 2009
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