Universal Outdoor Accessories SGO001 Petrol Lawnmower Spark Plug

Stock Number: ES954220

Manufactured by Universal Powered by McCulloch

(This part fits select Universal Outdoor Accessories models)

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Rated 4.6 out of 5 (8 customers)

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This product is compatible with:

  • Black & Decker Lawnmowers
  • McCulloch Lawnmowers
  • MEP Lawnmowers
  • Partner Lawnmowers
  • Qualcast Lawnmowers
  • Sovereign Lawnmowers
  • Flymo Petrol Hover Mowers Lawnmowers
  • Flymo Petrol Wheeled Mowers Lawnmowers

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Flymo Lawnmowers Hanseatic Lawnmowers MEP Lawnmowers
Gardol Lawnmowers McCulloch Lawnmowers


SGO001 Lawnmower Spark Plug

Has your lawnmower lost its spark? Well eSpares is about to put the life back into your lawnmower! This genuine spark plug will get your lawnmower back running smoothly so you can begin to realise the garden of your dreams!


  • Type: SGO001
  • Creates a spark to ignite the engine
  • Comparable to: Brisk JR19, Champion RJ19LM, NGK BR2LM and Bosch WR11E0

Genuine spare part suitable for select models of McCulloch lawnmowers.

Please check the list of suitable models to ensure that this spare part will fit your appliance.

How to fix a petrol lawnmower that won't start

This video should help with fitting this part. However, the exact layout and fitting technique may differ for your make and model.

Be safe - always unplug any appliance from the electricity supply before carrying out any work on it.
If you are in any doubt contact a qualified repairer.

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Rated 4.6 out of 5 (8 customers)
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    By - Surrey

    It makes all the difference to a lawnmower when you put the correct size spark plug in it! This spark plug is just the job and now the grass has been cut!
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    By - Carlton Yorkshire.

    This is the second spark plug of this type I have bought this year, I only got about 2 months cutting from the first one before it gave up the ghost, fingers crossed this one does a lot better.
  • Petrol Lawnmower Spark plug

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    By - East Sussex

    My order came quickly and it was not over packed! I fitted the spark plug into my mower and it started first pull! Thanks! JD

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  • Q Westwood T1200 wont start 1 Answer

    Lawnmower was running then cut out, now it wont start, there is no electrical start on it so it starts from the pull cord(or does not) it ran out of petrol but is now full.

    By Joshua2459 - Stafford - 14 June 2010

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      We cannot give out technical advice unfortunately. Please contact the manufacturer of your appliance or an engineer for support.

      By eSparesMalindi eSpares Staff - 25 June 2010

  • Q What size of spark plug wrench will I need to change the plug and do you supply them? Can I please have an answer to this earlier question. 1 Answer

    By Gerry49 - 22 August 2009

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      Hi Gerry49, you'll need a 21mm plug spanner to replace this plug. Unfortunately we don't have any stock of this tool.

      By Rory eSpares Staff - 25 August 2009

  • Q Is this the correct plug for a Honda Venturer Turbo 420 XL? 1 Answer

    The spark plug removed is very old (BS19LMR) Thanks

    By FlyMO110 - 10 May 2009

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      Hi Flymo110, this spark plug will indeed fit your Venturer Turbo 420 XL.

      By Rory eSpares Staff - 09 July 2009

  • Q what is the correct distance that the spark plug should be set at 1 Answer

    By mikeyg - 28 April 2009

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      Hi Mikeyg, the gap should be 0.7mm - the distance from the core of the spark plug to the underside of the electrode.

      By Rory eSpares Staff - 09 July 2009