Time to complete: 30 mins
Things you will need:
- WD-40 Multi Use Product
- Clean cloth or rag
Had a long and harsh winter, rains or humid summers? Water and moisture may have developed on your spark plugs and other areas of your engine. This can cause damage to the engine and the spark plugs. If you do nothing, meaning your pride and joy will stop working. Therefore it is important to know how to displace moisture on spark plugs, keeping your bike in full working order.
Step 1: Remove cover
Before you start to fix and remove any moisture from the engine or spark plugs, you need to remove the cover from the area that houses the engine itself allowing free access to the engine and spark plugs.
Step 2: Remove the plugs
Once the cover has been removed and you have free access to the plugs, use a wrench to remove them from the engine.
Step 3: Wipe the area
Using a cloth or a rag, wipe the area around where the spark plugs are housed. Wipe away any dirt or grime that may have built up. Then take your can of WD-40 Multi Use Product and spray the same area where the spark plugs are housed.
Step 4: Spray the spark plugs
Place the spark plug on a rag or cloth and Using the WD-40 Multi Use Product, spray the spark plugs with the product. Clean the accumulated deposits with a brush. Again spray WD-40 Multi Use Product. Making sure you cover the entire spark plug, this will help protect it further.
Step 5: Leave to dry
Once you have sprayed with WD-40 Multi Use Product, leave the spark plugs to dry and let the product soak in. Then once dry, replace the spark plugs and cover.
Preventative maintenance is the best way to ensure your engine can be ready to go at all times and also helps to extend the lifetime of the engine. By following the simple guide to know how to displace moisture on spark plugs you can help to protect your engine.