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P/n for Allis 716H ign. switch (not Simplicity!)

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OrangeMetalGuy

Need the part # for a new ignition switch for my 716H. Looked on Jacks, but even after entering the correct model # (1690211) their diagrams and part #'s revert to the Simplicity version (7016) and we know that the ignition switches are not the same.

Does anyone know the right number? Thanks!

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PhanDad

I'm pretty sure your A/C has a Kohler in it with a coil ignition. If so, then you need part #1607280; it provides +12v to the coil in the start and run positions. The Briggs switch looks the same (part #178280); but doesn't provide the +12v and grounds the mag when the switch is off. This wiring diagram shows the connectivity in the different positions for the two types of switches:

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RayS

There are letters by each terminal atleast most of them though and with that a replacement can be found easily. No sense in paying $45 for a part that can be had for less than $15..

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Picture is exactly the same as the one I parted off of an Allis with a Kohler.Fits Wheel Horse 103990Gravely No. 19223Gravely Pro Master 20-HRotary 1931John Deere AM32686 & AM103286has 9/16" - 5/8" mounting holeThere is another for John Deere that has the same terminal markings.AM102544 & AM31995 that fits JD 1210, 112 & 140 tractors with magneto ignition.http://www.ebay.com/itm/380581153557http://www.ebay.com/itm/like/400583270796?lpid=82http://www.ebay.com/itm/Starter-Switch-fits-GRAVELY-044767-JOHN-DEERE-AM102544-AM31995-/310381678589?pt=US_Outdoor_Power_Equipment&var=&hash=item4844308ffd

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OrangeMetalGuy

Yeah, I cleaned it up and tested it, it's ok. I cleaned the female connector, and thought I had this charging problem solved... it was charging for a bit. Then I shut it down and by hand straightened the ammeter (it had gotten turned slightly) and all of a sudden no more charging. So I must have a loose wire under there. Will pull the ones I haven't already and clean them up. And test individually.

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OrangeMetalGuy

Ok finally found my issue... the connections on the back of the ammeter were dirty. Pulled it out, hit it with a wire brush and cleaned all the connectors and brass nuts. Working good now.

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Zman

Sorry for digging up an old thread but I thought it would be better than starting a new one since there is useful info here.I have a 716h with the k341 and have charging and ignition switch issues, does anyone know "for sure" what the ignition part number is? the only marking on my old switch that is legible is "G" lower right terminal if you have the 5th terminal at 12:00.

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