Lawnmower Trouble With High Carbon in the Spark Plugs?

Answer Gas-powered lawn mowers utilize engines that have a combustion system. A key to that system is a healthy spark plug. However, there are times when the spark plug gets coated with carbon and loses i... Read More »

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How to Replace the Spark Plugs in a Lawnmower?

As with any other machine, your lawnmower will last longer and provide better performance with periodic maintenance. Spark plugs are subjected to constant, intense heat during the mowing season and... Read More »

Why Do Spark Plugs Foul on a Honda Lawnmower Engine?

Operating your Honda lawnmower only works if your spark plug is in working order. Spark plugs fire over 1,000 times a minute to ignite fuel vapors in the combustion chamber. But if something inside... Read More »

How to Know if Lawnmower Spark Plugs Need to Be Changed?

Spark plugs ignite the fuel that powers your mower. Hundreds of times every minute the plug's insulated electrode, positioned within the cylinder head, converts up to 100,000 volts into a precisely... Read More »

The Causes of Carbon Fouled Spark Plugs?

Carbon fouling is one of the potential fouling problems that happens to spark plugs. According to NGK Spark Plugs, when the insulator nose of the spark plug is coated, it is considered fouled. The ... Read More »