Leaf Blowers Changing Spark Plug on RedMax Backpack Leaf Blower

Published on March 13th, 2015 | by Turner Anderson

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Changing the Spark Plug on a RedMax Backpack Leaf Blower

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Watch our video on how to replace the spark plug on a RedMax backpack leaf blower.

Changing your spark plug will increase the efficiency and extend the life of your engine. This video shows you how to easily replace your dirty spark plug with a new one.

Step 1:

Disconnect spark plug boot

Step 2:

Remove the spark plug using a spark plug wrench

Step 3:

Set the gap on the new plug according to the owner’s manual specifications

Step 4:

Thread plug into the housing by hand, and then tighten with the wrench, but do not over tighten

Step 5:

Reconnect the spark plug boot

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3 Responses to Changing the Spark Plug on a RedMax Backpack Leaf Blower

  1. Steve says:

    Hi

    I have a redmax ebz5100 back pack blower. The other day went to replace the spark plug and the spring that sits inside the spark plug cover that is connected to the spark plug wire came off. Do I need another spark plug wire assembly. Any help would be greatly appreciated!

    Thanks in advance

    Steve

    • Hi Steve!

      While it is probably easier to get a new ignition assembly, you could remove the spark plug boot from the wire and see if you can figure out how to re-attach the spring, if it is similar to other lawn equipment ignition wires you should be able to push the ends of the spring into the insulation of the wire so that the spring is sitting on top of the wire, and then you just slide the spark plug boot back on over top (every piece of equipment is different, and I’m not exactly sure how the Redmax leaf blowers are set up). If it is looking like it won’t be a very sturdy hold, or that the wire is damaged, I would recommend going ahead and getting the new ignition assembly!

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