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Old 03-11-2013, 12:01 PM
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Just wondering if anyone has a good source for the engine harness diode on Kohler Engines..
The newer engines with the DSAI ignition seem to eat a lot of these diodes..
Most blow out..(open)...some short and fuse..all you have to do is touch 12 pos to the engine and it will blow...
Heres the #'s off the diode...TC: J8 N5398
I've replaced a bunch of them...usually robbed them from other harnesses..
Kohler sells complete harnesses...not diodes...I already have the harness..I just need the Diode..
Hey piston slapper, we're glad you got your mower backup and running. We do offer a repair kit just for the replacement of diodes under part number #25 755 31-S. Restrorob's recommendation of part number #25 755 40-S is correct based on his situation (the voltage spike protection from the clutch). Here's a link to our online parts site for future reference: http://khlr.co/fvnn.

Let us know if you have any further questions. -Mark from Kohler Engines Service
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Old 03-11-2013, 02:18 PM
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Hey piston slapper, we're glad you got your mower backup and running. We do offer a repair kit just for the replacement of diodes under part number #25 755 31-S. Restrorob's recommendation of part number #25 755 40-S is correct based on his situation (the voltage spike protection from the clutch). Here's a link to our online parts site for future reference: http://khlr.co/fvnn.

Let us know if you have any further questions. -Mark from Kohler Engines Service
Thanx Mark...
Its always better to use the correct parts...and alot less stressful...
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