Snow Blowers Change Spark Plug on Toro Snow Blower

Published on February 3rd, 2015 | by Turner Anderson


Changing the Spark Plug on a Toro Two Stage Snow Blower

Watch our video on how to change the spark plug on a Toro two stage snow blower.

Changing the 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:

Remove the ignition key

Step 2:

To get to the spark plug remove the maintenance cover

Step 3:

Remove the choke knob

Step 4:

Remove the top cover

Step 5:

disconnect the spark plug boot, use the spark plug wrench to remove the spark plug

Step 6:

Refer to owners manual to set the gap of the new spark plug

Step 7:

Thread plug back into housing

Step 8:

Tighten with spark plug wrench

Step 9:

Re-connect the boot and re-attach the cover

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2 Responses to Changing the Spark Plug on a Toro Two Stage Snow Blower

  1. Tom Lindsay says:

    I liked this video for changing out the plug. The operators manual doesn’t do a good job of demonstrating how to get to the plug.

    Do you have instructions on how to get to the carburator to clean the jets?

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