Spark Plug Cable Kit for Ignition Coil

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Frequently bought together:


High quality spark plug cable kit for your small engine equipped with a battery ignition system.


  • 7mm Low resistance Ignition Cable 
  • Spark Plug Boot and Connector
  • Connector for Ignition Coil already installed

Cable is 24" long and can be cut to size.


  • Kohler 238057
  • Kohler 238057S

Note: The leading cause of premature failure of ignition coils is excessive resistance. Prevent component failure with a new spark plug cable.


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18 Reviews

  • 5

    Posted by Thomas Benvenuto on Jul 5th 2021

    Does not come fully assembled. I think this is so you can custom cut the length. Just make sure the pointed end of the connector digs in to the wire dead center after cutting it to length. Easy peazy and works as advertised.

  • 3
    Steel clips not as good as brass. Also, needed 90's on both ends for best fit.

    Posted by Unknown on Jun 20th 2021

    Got the job done, but not same quality at ones I replaced, or original Kohler part.

  • 4
    Good product

    Posted by John Derr on May 27th 2021

    Great ,quick service

  • 5
    Good quality

    Posted by Joe Jernigan on May 10th 2021

    Very satisfied

  • 5
    Coil Wire

    Posted by Eric P. on May 9th 2021

    Item works as intended, and was sent long enough for me to mount my coil on the firewall instead of the hot motor. Hard to find solid core wires now days with all the carbon core, and you're best off buying the right part from a place dedicated to these old Kohler motors. Used on a Cub 1250/k341 swap

  • 5
    Excellent quality

    Posted by Chd Koenig on Apr 28th 2021

    ...another solid product from I Save Tractors. Thank you Norman! Excellent customer service.

  • 5
    Spark plug lead

    Posted by Randy Carlz on Apr 28th 2021

    In my application, the lead was probably 4" too long, but I understand that different applications have different coil mounting locations.

  • 5

    Posted by Unknown on Nov 1st 2020


  • 4
    Should have directions included

    Posted by Leonard Greene on Oct 10th 2020

    I am concerned that without directions I may crimp the connector wrong

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