The Briggs & Stratton genuine standard Spark Plug resists fouling/corrosion providing easy starting and improved engine performance. This spark plug is exclusively designed fits most Briggs & Stratton engines, except OHV. Easy-starting factory original specifications.
Briggs & Stratton Genuine PartDesigned specifically for our engines and can save on costly repairs while maintaining valuable warranty coverage.
Yes you can use spark plug 802592. The most up to date part number for that is 802592S.
To locate any information on your engine, you will first need the model type and code. Please see the following FAQ for assistance in locating these numbers: http://bit.ly/XMcs5h
Once you have this information you can find information on your engine here: http://bit.ly/o005Yo Select engine as your product type and follow the directions for entering the model type and trim into the search fields.
Depending on the engine, the gap can vary. Most engines require the spark plug to be gaped at .030"
This will depend on which engine you have. If you have an L head engine, you will need a 13/16" deep socket. If you have an OHV engine, you will need a 5/8" deep socket.
You can use either a Briggs & Stratton genuine part 796112S or a Champion spark plug RJ19LM.
This would depend on the model and type of the engine. Please see the following FAQ for assistance in locating these numbers: http://bit.ly/n68CsL
Once you have this information you can find information on your engine here: http://bit.ly/o005Yo Make sure you enter the model and type number including dashes (xxxxxx-xxxx-xx)
In order to identify the spark plug on your engine, you will first need the model type and code. Please see the following FAQ for assistance in locating these numbers: http://bit.ly/n68CsL
I am not familiar with the spark plug MGD-89012. What spark plug you need depends on the model and type of engine you have. You can locate the part number for your spark plug in the illustrated parts list: http://bit.ly/o005Yo
If rocks and sticks were run over you may have a sheared flywheel key or the engine may need to be timed. For information on troubleshooting this issue please view the following FAQ: http://bit.ly/nUxsys
An authorized Briggs and Stratton service center will be able to assist: http://bit.ly/opCQiP