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Kohler Aegis Engine Starters

Aegis®
LH630- LH775, LV625 - LV680

KOH-2509809S
Electric Starter
w/ Bendix Drive 10 Tooth

 


Kohler Command Engine Starters

Command
CH11-CH15, CH410-CH450

KOH-1209821S
Electric Starter
w/ Bendix Drive 13-Tooth

Command
CV11-CV15, CV430-CV493

KOH-1209822S
Electric Starter
w/ Bendix Drive 13-Tooth

Command
CH18-CH23, CH620-CH640,
CV18-CV23

KOH-2509807S
Electric Starter w/
Bendix Drive 10-Tooth

Command
CH13-CH26, CH410-
CH1000, CV16-CV26, CV460-CV1000
For CH12.5S, CH14S, CH15S, CH18S,CH20S, CH22S, CH23S, CH25S, CH26S, CH730S, CH740S, CH745S, LH685S, CV12.5S, CV17S, CV15S, CV18S, CV20S, CV22S, CV23S, CV25S, CV26S, CV460S, CV624S, CV724S, CV675S, CV730S, CV740S, CV745S, LV675S

KOH-2509809S-
Electric Starter
w/ Bendix Drive 10 Tooth


Kohler COMMAND Pro Engine Starters

Command PRO
CH1000


KOH-4109808S
Electric Starter
w/ Bendix Drive 16-Tooth

Command PRO
CS8.5 (300cc), CS10,
CS12 (500 series)

KOH-4509809S
Electric Starter
w/ Bendix Drive 10-Tooth
High-Mount Style

Command PRO
CS4, CS6
(9015xx and 9115xx specs)
KOH-4509810S
KOH-4509810S
Electric Starter
w/ Bendix Drive 10-Tooth
Low-Mount Style

Command PRO
CS4, CS6
(9615xx and 9715xx specs)

KOH-4809804S
Electric Starter
w/ Bendix Drive 9-Tooth

Command PRO®
CS8.5 (300cc),
CS10-CS12 (500 Series)

KOH-6309801S
Electric Starter
with Bendix Drive 9-Tooth

Command PRO
CS6


KOH-6309802S
Electric Starter
with Bendix Drive 9-Tooth

Command PRO
CS8.5 (250cc),
CS10-CS12.75 (600 Series)

KOH-6309804S
Electric Starter
with Solenoid Shift 9-Tooth

 


Kohler Courage Engine Starters

Courage®
SV470-SV620

KOH-2009805S
Electric Starter
with Bendix Drive 14-Tooth

Courage
SV710-SV740, SV810-SV840

KOH-3209801S
Electric Starter
with Bendix Drive 10-Tooth


Kohler K-Series Engine Starters

K-Series
KT17, KT19

KOH-5209812S
Electric Starter
with Bendix Drive 9-Tooth

 


Kohler Magnum Engine Starters

Magnum
M8-M16

KOH-4109806S
Electric Starter
with Bendix Drive 10-Tooth

Magnum
M18-M20, MV16-MV18

KOH-5209812S
Electric Starter
with Bendix Drive 9-Tooth

Magnum
MV20

KOH-5209813S
Electric Starter
with Bendix Drive 9-Tooth

 


Kohler Triad® OHC Engine Starters

Triad® OHC
TH16, TH18, TH520, TH575

KOH-2875530S
Electric Starter
with Bendix Drive 10-Tooth

 


Excerpts From The Kohler Engine Repair Manual

Electric Starting Motors
Some engines in this series use inertia drive starting
motors while most use solenoid shift starters. The
inertia drive types are covered first and the solenoid
shift types following.
NOTE: If the starter does not crank the engine, shut off the starter immediately. Do not make
further attempts to start the engine until the
condition is corrected.
Starting Motor Precautions
NOTE: Do not crank the engine continuously for more
than 10 seconds at a time. If the engine does
not start, allow a 60 second cool-down period
between starting attempts. Failure to follow
these guidelines can burn out the starter
motor.
NOTE: Do not drop the starter or strike the starter frame. Doing so can damage the starter.

Starter Removal and Installation
Refer to the “Disassembly” and “Reassembly”
Sections for starter removal and installation
procedures.
NOTE: If the engine develops sufficient speed to
disengage the starter but does not keep
running (a false start), the engine rotation
must be allowed to come to a complete stop
before attempting to restart the engine. If the
starter is engaged while the flywheel is
rotating, the starter pinion and flywheel ring
gear may clash, resulting in damage to the
starter.


Inertia Drive Electric Starters
This subsection covers the operation, troubleshooting,
and repair of the inertia drive, permanent magnet
electric starters.

 

Troubleshooting Guide – Starting Difficulties

Problem

Possible Fault

Correction

Starter Does Not
Energize

Battery 1. Check the specific gravity of battery. If low, recharge or replace battery as necessary.
Wiring 1. Clean corroded connections and tighten loose connections.
Many times the engine / machine vibration can cause the terminals inside the connectors to back out. clean and reconnect.
2. Replace wires in poor condition and with frayed or broken
insulation.
Starter Switch
or Solenoid
1. By-pass the switch or solenoid with a jumper wire. If starter cranks normally, replace the faulty components. !!! Make sure blades / equipment is not engaged !!!

Starter Energizes but Turns
Slowly

Battery 1. Check the specific gravity of battery. If low, recharge or replace battery as necessary.
Brushes 1. Check for excessively dirty or worn brushes and commutator. Clean using a coarse cloth (not emery cloth).
2. Replace brushes if excessively or unevenly worn.
Transmission
or Engine
1. Make sure the clutch or transmission is disengaged or placed in neutral. This is especially important on equipment with hydrostatic drive. The transmission must be exactly in neutral to prevent resistance which could keep the engine from starting.
2. Check for seized engine components such as the bearings,
connecting rod, and piston.

 

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