Kohler ignition coil replacement

Jump to content. You currently have javascript disabled. Several functions may not work. Please re-enable javascript to access full functionality. Posted April 17, - PM. Posted April 18, - AM. Thanks guys. Today's problem turned out to be the condensor. I changed the points anyway since i had taken the old ones off. I will look into this soon. Before I do anything else I need to set the carb and make a gasket for the point cover. I think moisture is getting in it. Do you know if you can buy the gasket anywhere?

Thanks again. Posted April 18, - PM. Posted May 01, - PM. Posted May 02, - PM. I wouldnt think anything other than the above mentioned ignition parts on a magnum would fit on a K series engine, not even all K series parts are interchangable.

Picked up a gasket today How about that little rubber plug that goes on the wire where it exits through the points cover? Silicone sealer would probably work there. Hello, I am rebuilding a k aqs engine from a John Deere lawn and garden tractor and have a broken camshaft. I found another engine to steal parts from but it says kohler magnum on it and was used as an engine for a grain auger.Click here to learn more.

Log in or Sign up. Sign up now! Read the timely article from Turf addressing this question. Messages: 7. I have a Kohler command pro 27 on my gravely mower, and about a week ago i started to lose spark to one cyl.

It is getting worse, ie: it is happening more often and lasting longer, and it does it just after it warms up a few minutes. The original PN is 24 s, with a replacement PN: 24 Is it the same as the part number I listed above?

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I look it up and its listed as a "spark advance", so it this just a misunderstanding by me? Thanks for any help! FirefreakJun 11, Bet it would help for you all to know it's a kohler ps-cv engine on a Gravely Z Sorry bout missing that the first go round.

Messages: 21, That's all right, bit of a long shot but have you tried swapping the two coils to see if the problem relocates to the other cylinder? Thats not a bad idea, I cleaned all the connections but didnt think to swap them.

It takes me about 30 minutes to take it apart, and another 30 to get it back together so its not fun but worth a shot. Any idea if there is a seperate module?

Messages: 3, Then the DSAM. Analog external box, then Digital external box.

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Now the latest ones have eliminated the external boxes and housed it all in each module If I am remembering my Kohler yearly updates correctly. You can download service manuals and lookup parts there. Ya, i read through the service manual, but it has like 3 or 4 types for the same engine I guess it covers multiple years.

So I was confused. I just wanted to make sure I'm not missing it. I guess i'll try to swap them, but i'm betting its just crapped out.

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Was running fine and then it started to periodically sputter. Shut it off, started it and did this serveral times throughout the day successufully. Tried to start it and it wouldn't catch.

Cleaned air filter and added some starter fluid and it started Shut it down, and then tried to start and it wouldn't start. Changed plug with a new plug not the right plug but it started. Shut it down, and tried to start and it tries to start, but it will not turn over. Sprayed starter fluid and that didn't work either. Does this sound like a fuel delivery problem?Part Number: MS. Part Number: S. Part Number: 24 S. Part Number: 25 S.

Part Number: 32 S. Part Number: 12 S. Part Number: XS. Part Number: 52 S. Part Number: 25 s. Part Number: 20 S. If your small engine isn't starting, you'll need to diagnose many issues including the spark plug. This video walks you through the steps of how to test for a spark using a spark tester. This repair video will instruct you how to repair a dirty or damaged spark arrestor on your small engine. This video will help you replace the spark plug on a small engine which will help get your gas powered equipment up and running again.

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Amazon Music Stream millions of songs. Amazon Advertising Find, attract, and engage customers.When a lawnmower has been running well but suddenly refuses to start no matter how many times the cord is pulled or the starter is cranked, the ignition coil is a possible cause of the problem. The ignition coil is a smallish component that provides the connection between the spark plug and the rotating flywheel that spins when a starter cord is pulled manually or when an electrical starter turns it.

The ignition coil is usually hidden beneath the cover your lawnmower but is clearly visible when you take the motor cover off.

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Its function is to generate the electrical spark needed to ignite gasoline in the engine. The ignition coil consists of an insulated wire that leads from the tip of the spark plug to a metal armature at the other end, which is mounted to the engine frame near the flywheel. The armature essentially consists of two hidden coils of copper wire that generate electricity when magnets along the outer edge of the flywheel whiz by the coils at high speed.

When you pull the cord on a manual start, you are generating the initial electrical current that can jump the gap in the spark plug and start the engine turning. On an electric start motor, a battery-operated starter spins the flywheel. Either way, once the engine is started, the flywheel keeps turning, creating a self-perpetuated ignition cycle. When a lawnmower engine suddenly stops "catching" when you try to try to start it, the ignition coil along with the spark plug is the most likely culprit, and it is very easy to test it.

While there are other parts that can cause ignition problems, the following project will show how to test and replace a lawnmower ignition coil. Although accessing and removing the ignition coil may vary from model to model, the process will be similar for all lawnmowers.

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There are several ways that an ignition coil can be checked, including methods that require you to hold a disconnected spark plug wire against the metal chassis and look for a spark as you crank the engine. Old-timers and very experienced backyard mechanics may swear by this method, but it has some small inherent danger of shock and fire, so our technique involves removing the ignition module and testing it with an ohm meter, a common electrician's tool.

This is a completely safe method that will work on any ignition coil. Another diagnostic tool that will work is a multi-meterif set to measure resistance. If the test described below tells you the ignition coil is bad, it's a simple matter to replace it with a new one by simply reversing the process by which you removed the old one.

The key here will be to install the new coil so the gap between the magnets on the coil and the flywheel follow the manufacturer's specifications.

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A gap that is too wide or too narrow will not allow the ignition system to work properly. However, if you install an OEM original equipment manufacturer replacement part, achieving the correct gap should be automatic.

If you are buying an aftermarket replacement part, on the other hand, you may need to adjust the gap manually. Remove the cowling the outer housing from around the engine, loosening whatever screws or bolts are holding it in place.

With many lawnmowers, this will be enough to expose the flywheel and ignition coil; with other mowers, you may need to remove some other shields or parts before you see the coil.

It will be the part mounted near the engine flywheel and will have an insulated wire leading to the top of the spark plug mounted in the engine block. Remove the spark plug wire from the spark plug. Loosen the mounting bolts that hold the ignition coil to the engine frame.

This will usually mean unscrewing small bolts or screws, or sometimes a pair of set screws. Remove the ignition coil from the bracket or mounting block holding it in place.

If the ignition coil has a ground wire, also loosen and remove this at the point it attaches to the lawnmower chassis. Lay the ignition coil on a work surface. Set the dial on an ohm meter or multi-meter to 20k ohms.Buying Advice. Pro Talk. Photos New media New comments Search media. Log in Register. Search titles only.

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Thread starter dannyboy45 Start date Sep 8, Joined Sep 8, Threads 1 Messages 3. I have a craftsman Garden tractor model My original manual says the ignition module replacement is 24 s but the actual [never replaced modules] number 24 The actual still in place modules have 3 prongs for the connector to attach but the picture of the replacement 24 s module only has 2 prongs.

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What is the correct replacement ignition module number? Fish Lawn Addict. Joined Aug 2, Threads 10 Messages 3, Joined May 6, Threads 23 Messages 6, Sounds like you have the battery voltage type ignition modules. Uses the current wiring harness but with modifications. You are in "SmartSpark" territory, so you need to put up some pics to see what you have, and have a decent reason why you think replacing the coils will help you!!!!

I know I am an arse, but I hate to see you waste hundred bucks on coils that won't help you, when you solution might just be cleaning a rusted terminal or two