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Kohler M8


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Hi All, this Kohler M8 Magnum requires an optional dideo in the ignition system, no part no. is available,any thought as to what size dideo to use.
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Why do you think you need a diode in the ignition circuit??? If you mean charging circuit, there should be one there to keep the battery from going to ground. If that is the one you need just get the one from B & S , comes as a kit
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391507 is the diode that was inside a fuse holder. Later they went to 393814. I don't remember the number for the connector and wire for the later
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Is there any value for that diode?
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