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LogDog
Hi Guys, Hope someone can help me out. I have a 10Hp B&S Vanguard engine out of a generator. I adapted it to a log splitter and was running great. Then one day it stopped. Pinched coil wire as things turned out. In troubleshooting I pulled out the center faston of the On-Off switch. This engine has the low oil shutdown so the switch has 3 fastons. I can't find the guy I bought the engine from to find out the generator # and trace the switch, the engine number goes back to a Briggs 6 pin On-Off switch that doesn't have the circuit I need. The switch is a Carlingswitch LRA001 Terminal#1 is Ground (-), Terminal #2 goes to the Low Oil Shutdown (-), Terminal#3 goes to the Coil(+) The lamp is a 2.5V. Carlingswitch said go away, special switch for either B&S or generator. Local B&S shop tried but if it doesn't come up on the microfiche that's it, they're done. The switch is a lighted red rocker with 3 faston's and a cut out of 1.125 X .550. Anyone know what the Briggs part number is, or where I can get one, or have one? Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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dentwizz
Mouser Electronics could probably set you up. They handle industrial electronic supplies from cell phone size to heavy machinery since you have specifications. They have a rather extensive online website or you could talk to an operator.

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