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Fix Number FIX8996057
Manufacturer Part Number 503235111By replacing your spark plug as part of your regular maintenance, this ensures a better performing engine, cleaner exhaust, faster starting, and a smooth-running engine. This spark plug is sourced directly from the manufacturer and is sold as a single unit. If upon inspection you notice the spark plug is dirty or otherwise damaged, it should be replaced right away. Removing the spark plug may require a wrench and should only take a few minutes to complete.
Fix Number FIX10018287
Manufacturer Part Number 870174001This spark plug is used for lawn and garden equipment engines, such as trimmers, hedge trimmers, leaf blowers, cultivators, edgers, tillers and power brooms. The spark plug delivers electric current from an ignition system to an internal combustion engine, basically igniting the fuel in the engine. With use, spark plugs can become dirty and fouled, if this is the case then replace your spark plug to solve this issue. Repair tip: you will need to gap your spark plug. Follow instructions in the manual provided by the manufacturer for further guidance.
Fix Number FIX10014637
Manufacturer Part Number 791-610311BThis is a spark plug, and it is used in a variety of outdoor equipment. The spark plug ignites the fuel in the engine by producing a small spark. This part is RDJ7Y, meaning it is a resistor type, with a shell design thread size of 14mm, reach of 13/40-inch (tapered seat), and 5/8-inch hex. The heat range is 7 for automotive, small engine, and ordnance, with a standard projected core nose. If this part has fouled (the tip is burnt or damaged) you will need to replace it. If the engine is not starting or is running poorly, you may need a new spark plug. We recommend draining the fuel from the tank, and removing the spark plug before making repairs on your machine.