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Generac 15 KW coil replacement


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Hello, I have a customer with a Generac 15 KW standby generator, Model # 0043903. S/N 4214749
The spark plug wire has suffered rodent damage where it exits the flywheel cover on it's way to the spark plug on the operators side of the generator. There are two different part numbers for the 2 coils based on cylinder number. I don't know which of the 2 cylinders is #1, so I don't know which coil to order. According the the parts list, cyl. 1 coil P/N is 0C3052 and cyl. 2 coil p/n is 0E7743.
Any insight as to which cylinder is #1 would be much appreciated.

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Hello, I have a customer with a Generac 15 KW standby generator, Model # 0043903. S/N 4214749
The spark plug wire has suffered rodent damage where it exits the flywheel cover on it's way to the spark plug on the operators side of the generator. There are two different part numbers for the 2 coils based on cylinder number. I don't know which of the 2 cylinders is #1, so I don't know which coil to order. According the the parts list, cyl. 1 coil P/N is 0C3052 and cyl. 2 coil p/n is 0E7743.
Any insight as to which cylinder is #1 would be much appreciated.

Thanks
Dave
Cylinder #1 is the one on the starter motor side. so this one would be furthest away from you if you are looking at the machine with the lid open. Basically its the harder one to get to. If you look at the flywheel straight at, its the one to the right of it.
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Be aware though that the ignition coils should ALWAYS be replaced in pairs as well as the old ground wire with the diodes in it. The new coils have integrated diodes and won't work correctly otherwise. If you need more info, PM me here and I would be happy to help!
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Thanks for the response and info. As per Gentek's advice, I'll replace both coils. I am definitely going to wait until spring when its warmer though!
I was able to pull what little slack there was in the plug wire out far enough to stop it from shorting out, but it's a poor fix at best.
I tried to attach a photo but couldn't figure out how.
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Thanks for the response and info. As per Gentek's advice, I'll replace both coils. I am definitely going to wait until spring when its warmer though!
I was able to pull what little slack there was in the plug wire out far enough to stop it from shorting out, but it's a poor fix at best.
I tried to attach a photo but couldn't figure out how.
Thanks again
Dave
Wrap some electrical tape if you are waiting till the spring so it lessens that chance.
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