Can a spark ignite jet fuel?

Answer Raw jet fuel is highly flammable and a spark may ignite it. Because of this, there are additives in jet fuel to prevent explosions. Airlines also take extra precautions to prevent any kind of spark... Read More »

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My pilot light keeps going out after a couple of hours and now I can't get it to spark the ignite.?

I would say it is either the thermocouple or the pilot orifice is plugged. When the orifice starts to get plugged it doesn't hit the thermocouple the way it should causing a lack of heat on the the... Read More »

How to Change the Spark Plugs on a 1998 Mustang GT 4.6L Fuel Injected V8?

Regular tune-ups save gas and prevent damage to exhaust parts, like oxygen sensors and catalytic converters, caused by misfires. The 1998 Ford Mustang GT came equipped with a 4.6-liter V-8 engine t... Read More »

Will Changing Spark Plug Wires Improve Fuel Efficiency?

Common wisdom has it that increasing a spark's energy is always good for a boost in fuel economy, and aftermarket companies are as guilty as anyone for spreading the idea. While this is true to a c... Read More »

How to Ignite a Furnace?

Igniting a furnace means making sure it receives the necessary fuel. This ignition sometimes involves an electrical spark or a pilot flame. When this pilot light goes out, possibly because of a win... Read More »