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mbrook
Hopefully a simple question and probobly has been asked a few times, but I'm still having difficulties with the search function, so maybe someone can help out. I have a AC 410 with the 10hp Kohler. I do not have spark, I have have changed the points and condensor, and assume the coil would be next to check. Questions: Can I use an automotive coil? What is the least exspensive way to check? This is the first Kohler single I have worked on so I could use some help? Thanks

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Chris727
You can use an automotive coil but you will have to add a balast resister, Kohler coils have these built-in. A new kohler coil was around $25 or $30 for the last one I bought.

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