Regulator Rectifier for Kohler, Briggs and Stratton and Tecumseh Engines with Stator Charging System

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  • Regulator Rectifier for Kohler, Briggs and Stratton and Tecumseh Engines with Stator Charging System
  • Regulator Rectifier for Kohler, Briggs and Stratton and Tecumseh Engines with Stator Charging System
  • Regulator Rectifier for Kohler, Briggs and Stratton and Tecumseh Engines with Stator Charging System
  • Regulator Rectifier for Kohler, Briggs and Stratton and Tecumseh Engines with Stator Charging System
  • Regulator Rectifier for Kohler, Briggs and Stratton and Tecumseh Engines with Stator Charging System
  • Regulator Rectifier for Kohler, Briggs and Stratton and Tecumseh Engines with Stator Charging System
  • Regulator Rectifier for Kohler, Briggs and Stratton and Tecumseh Engines with Stator Charging System
  • Regulator Rectifier for Kohler, Briggs and Stratton and Tecumseh Engines with Stator Charging System
$44.99

Description

This is a new aftermarket Regulator Rectifier for Kohler K Engines with a 15 amp charging system.

This is a heavy duty high quality replacement for the original Kohler Regulator Rectifier.

The three leads are AC -, B+, AC+

The two AC leads go to your stator, and the B+ lead connects to your battery for charging.

Replaces:

  • Briggs and Stratton390240
  • Gravely      011979
  • Kohler        4140308S
  • Kohler        4140308
  • Kohler        234279
  • Phelon        FG4720
  • Tecumseh   610749

Fits:

All engines with a 15 amp Stator charging system. NOT for engines equipped with a starter/generator.

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3 Reviews

  • 4
    Fast service,great product

    Posted by David Poe on Sep 20th 2017

    Fast shipping on item,appears to be a quality product. Will order from this company again!

  • 5
    great service

    Posted by Gary Williams on Apr 10th 2017

    Excellent parts. Fast

  • 5
    Great item

    Posted by Jack Lewis on Feb 8th 2017

    My battery had stopped charging on my 1982 Wheelhorse C85, found that the stator output was correct so determined that the rectifier/regulator was dead. Replaced with this unit and charging was restored and all running well now. Thanks!!!

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