My 97 TSL770 burnt a spark plug last weekend. I replaced both plugs and both are getting fire but now it won't start. Plenty of fuel in the tank but can't tell if I am getting any into the heads. Any suggestions? I am also wondering if I got the right plugs and what they are supposed to be gapped. It has always been pretty hard to start until it gotted warmed up.
08-19-2008 09:47 AM
The NGK book ngksparkplugs.com calls for a BR9EYA. If you gap the plug at .30 you should be ok. I would check the compresion on the cylinders.