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Re: Kohler Command 16

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ray hofstetter

10-26-2012 17:49:52

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Take the sparkplug out and put a LITTLE gas in the cylinder and put the plug back in. If it tries to run, you know it's not getting gas. Take the plug out and connect the plug wire back on it and lay the plug so the end is grounded on the engine and crank it over. Watch for spark, if none- then it's back and let us know

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11-01-2012 20:16:15

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 Re: Kohler Command 16 in reply to ray hofstetter, 10-26-2012 17:49:52  
Sorry--got busy with house problems and didn't have time to check out what ya all told me. Maybe tomorrow, if i can hide from wife! Thanks to all: Rusty J.

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11-05-2012 19:36:31

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 Re: Kohler Command 16 in reply to Rustyj14, 11-01-2012 20:16:15  
Well, a friend with a meter and smarts tried to find the problem. found a shorted white wire. Don't know what it is for. Blows fuses when turned on. I tried to find a shorted/ rubbed/ chewed spot-s, but found all good. No wires on oil filter or body. Wired the deck handle in the off position. Deck not on machine. Won't be too long until it gets a transplant engine. One that i know runs. I have a twin donor out back. Will get my wiring harness to make it run.I guess it sat out in the rain and snow too long, before i bought it. I expected to have problems, so i'm not peezed. Yet. RJ
PS: Got all winter to fix it. even have heat!

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