Lawn Mowers How to Change the Spark Plugs on a Simplicity Broadmoor Lawn Tractor

Published on April 30th, 2015 | by Kimberly Myers

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How to Change the Spark Plugs on a Simplicity Broadmoor Lawn Tractor

Changing Spark Plugs — one of the cheapest and easiest fixes to solve engine problems.

Spark plug maintenance is very important, if you don’t know how to check your spark plugs or just need a little refresher, here are some steps that will help you out!

What you will need:

  • Simplicity Broadmoor Lawn Tractor
  • New Spark Plugs
  • Deep Socket Wrench
  • Torque Wrench
  • Spark Plug Feeler Gap Gauge

Step 1:

Stop the engine and allow it to cool completely.

Step 2:

Clean the area around the spark plug.

Step 3:

Remove the spark plug wire.

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Step 4:

Remove the spark plug with a deep socket wrench.

Step 5:

Check the gap of the new spark plug using a spark plug feeler gauge for this mower,  it should be .030” (.76mm).

*see your owner’s manual to find out what your mower’s spark plug gap should be.

Step 6:

Install the spark plug by finger tightening and then tightening completely with a wrench.

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Step 7:

Torque the spark plug to 180 in-lbs (20 N∙m).

Or you can do it by hand by tightening it ½ turn when re-installing the original spark plug and ¼ turn when installing a new spark plug.

*see your owner’s manual to see how much you should tighten your spark plug for your specific mower.

Step 8:

Replace Spark Plug Wire.

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One Response to How to Change the Spark Plugs on a Simplicity Broadmoor Lawn Tractor

  1. robert spear says:

    run fine for a while then starves for gas, took carb apart ran fin for two mowings then did same thing

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