VIDEO: Is Corona Killing Spark Plugs?

VIDEO: Is Corona Killing Spark Plugs?

Do the stains on a spark plug indicate imminent engine failure? This ASE G1 test prep video is sponsored by Autolite.

Studying for the ASE G1 Test? Watch these test prep videos to help get you prepared for success!

The ASE G1 test requires you to remove and inspect spark plugs. This test prep video helps you know what to look for. CLICK HERE to learn everything you need to know about spark plugs.

“Corona” may be a bad word in the health community today but on a spark plug, the corona doesn’t necessarily mean the engine is sick. Doug Kaufman explains what the stains on a spark plug ceramic insulator really mean. This ASE G1 test prep video is sponsored by Autolite.

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