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spark plug boot

Posted by neill39 none (My Page) on
Sun, Jan 19, 14 at 23:08

I have a briggs and stratton mower. When the spark plug boot is attached to the spark plug it wont start but when the boot is off the spark plug and close enough for the spark to jump it will run. Any thoughts on this would be appreciated

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RE: spark plug boot

  • Posted by ericwi Dane County WI (My Page) on
    Mon, Jan 20, 14 at 14:35

Inside the ignition wire, there is a small metal cylinder that slides over the metal end of the spark plug, making an electrical contact. If you were to slide the spark plug boot along the wire, so you can gain access to this part, you could make it slightly oval shaped with pliers. Not too much, just squeeze it a little, so it fits over the spark plug more tightly. Then slide the boot back into position, and you should have a good connection.

RE: spark plug boot

Post all of the numbers off of you engine, please....

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