Chainsaw Spark Plugs

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Chainsaw Spark Plug
PartSelect Number PS8996057
Manufacturer Part Number 503235111
Compatible with over 150 models of lawn equipment, this Spark Plug has been sourced directly from the original manufacturer. It is sold individually, made of metal and ceramic components, and is not part of a kit or assembly. The spark plug is used to ignite the air-fuel mixture inside the combustion chamber. You may need to replace the Spark Plug if your 1 cylinder engine won't start, or if your more-than-1 cylinder engine runs rough. Spark Plugs will wear over time and should be inspected regularly. Customers rate this repair as Easy.
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Chainsaw Spark Plug
PartSelect Number PS10018287
Manufacturer Part Number 870174001
This spark plug is a genuine OEM part that is used on gas-powered lawn and garden equipment. It is a small cylindrical device in the engine cylinder head that creates the spark that ignites the fuel and air mixture inside the engine. It has a ceramic insulator, a metal rod, known as the center electrode, and a metal tab at its base, known as the ground electrode. The spark plug may fail due to a buildup of carbon, physical damage, or fouling. If it is faulty, your engine will misfire, consume more fuel, and have difficulty starting. To check that the spark plug is faulty, you can visually inspect it and use either a multimeter or a spark tester to check for electrical failure. Remove the faulty spark plug using a spark plug socket and ratchet. Use your hands to carefully thread the new spark plug into the engine. Regularly inspect and replace your spark plug as part of your general maintenance to keep your equipment in good condition.
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Chainsaw Spark Plug
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PartSelect Number PS9314055
Manufacturer Part Number A425000000
This spark plug is a genuine OEM part that is used on gas-powered lawn and garden equipment. The spark plug creates the spark that ignites the fuel and air mixture inside the engine, allowing it to run. It comes in a cylindrical shape with a ceramic insulator and a metal electrode that protrudes from the top. If your spark plug is faulty, your small engine may misfire, have difficulty starting, consume more fuel or not start at all. To check that the spark plug is faulty, you will need to use a spark tester to test it for electrical failure. Once you have done so, you can remove the faulty spark plug using a spark plug socket and ratchet. Place the new spark plug in to the socket and use your hands to carefully thread it into the engine. It is important to note that you should not wait until your spark plug is faulty to replace it. It should be replaced regularly as part of your annual small engine maintenance.
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Chainsaw Spark Plug
PartSelect Number PS9001226
Manufacturer Part Number 506615101
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Chainsaw Spark Plug
PartSelect Number PS8996058
Manufacturer Part Number 503235112
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Chainsaw Spark Plug
PartSelect Number PS10018289
Manufacturer Part Number 870174002
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Chainsaw Spark Plug
PartSelect Number PS11804527
Manufacturer Part Number 121-4199
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Chainsaw Spark Plug
PartSelect Number PS9189957
Manufacturer Part Number CJ6Y
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Chainsaw Spark Plug
PartSelect Number PS10036277
Manufacturer Part Number 965-603-021
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Chainsaw Spark Plug
PartSelect Number PS9006581
Manufacturer Part Number 531008615