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Tecumseh snow king 1628 (3hp) spark plug


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01-13-06, 10:47 AM   #1  
Tecumseh snow king 1628 (3hp) spark plug

Hi, I've had this snow thrower apart for quite some time now and I cannot find the spark plug that I took out. Can anyone please tell me what the proper plug is for this engine? Also if someone can tell me if this is HSK600 or a TVS or whatever. Thanks

 
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01-13-06, 12:09 PM   #2  
Well, you have conflicting information provided. If it is a "Snow King" Tecumseh engine, then it would be a HSK-series engine. If the "1628" portion is correct, then it can't be a Snow King since there is no HSK600 with a spec. number of 1628. If it is in fact a three horse AND the 1628 is correct (which I believe you have), then you have a AH600-1628 Tecumseh engine. Whether it be the AH or HSK series engine, you will use a Champion CJ8Y spark plug.

 
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01-13-06, 01:38 PM   #3  
The reason I mentioned "snow King" is because that is what is on the keys for the engine shut off So I assumed it was a Snow King engine. I found no other # on the engine but the 1628 on the Aluminum tag and on the flywheel cover. Thanks for the info

 
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01-18-06, 08:31 PM   #4  
abilyk
From what I researched on your number, it is probably an AH600-1628
The 1628 number is good in the Tecumseh 2 cycle mech manual. The plug for it should be (champion) RCJ-8Y
Hope this helps.

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01-19-06, 08:09 AM   #5  
Posted By: snoman abilyk
From what I researched on your number, it is probably an AH600-1628
The 1628 number is good in the Tecumseh 2 cycle mech manual. The plug for it should be (champion) RCJ-8Y
Hope this helps.

snoman
Thank you snoman. It does help.

 
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