Instructions For Inspecting/Replacing Your Two Stage Snow Blower’s Spark Plug. If you’ve got a Honda two stage snowblower to help you get your walkway or driveway clean and clear from the white slush of the winter, you may want to learn about these helpful tips when it comes time to replace the spark plug in the machine. You’ll know it’s time for you to replace it, when you see that your snow blower is having trouble starting or if it’s failing. We advise that you double-check with your safety instructions in the owner’s manual to ensure that it’s completely shut off, with no moving parts. Here are the instructions you need to follow if you have a Honda HSS928A or HSS1332A snow blower: – Remove the spark plug’s cap. – Clean any dirt or debris that is around the spark plug. – Remove the spark plug itself, using the spark plug wrench that’s in your tool kit. – Take a look at the spark plug to see if it’s fouled, cracked, chipped, worn or damaged. If it is, you should replace it immediately. – Get a wire-type feeler gauge and use it to measure the spark plug gap so that you can see if it’s 0.028 – 0.031 inches. If it isn’t, it should be adjusted by bending the side electrode. – Check the sealing washer’s condition to see if it needs replacement. – Properly insert the spark plug and ensure that it’s seated right. – Use the spark plug wrench and the torque it to 13 ft-lb in order to tighten it. If you are looking for small engine repair services in Ottawa, mobile car battery boosting, lawn mower and lawn tractor repairs and tune-ups, or snow blower repairs then give us a call to book your mobile small engine repair today. We fix, repair, and tune-up small engines such as lawn mowers and snow blowers. The best part is that we come to you so no more waiting in line or traveling back and forth to fix your small engine equipment.