Do I really need to replace the spark plug in my snow blower each season, and when to tune it up?
I have a quality Toro snowblower. My Dad bought it about 6 years ago and used it a few seasons in Minnesota, then let it sit for a couple of years. Last winter I brought it to Chicago, and had it tuned up professionally. The hardware store said I should have it turned up every other year, and replace the spark plug every year.
So, it is now one year after the tune-up, and I was able to start up the unit without much trouble, using last year's spark plug. 1) Do I really need to change the spark plug now?
2) Also, after this season ends, do I really need a full tune up? (It was expensive.) How often do you think I should have it tuned up?
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