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i have a/c 416s lawn tractor the ignition sw went bad so i hooked up a push sw to start it up. where can i hook up the yellow wire running from the regulator. it was connected to the old sw.

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More then likely, the existing switch had a provision to disconnect the regulator when you shut down the engine to make it automatic. If that is a Kohler engine and it has 12V ignition system, you can accomplish it by using a Bosch 5 terminal relay.

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quote:Originally posted by jackmcl123

how do you do that thanks


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id="quote">Figue 3, tap igniton sorce and connect to 85 and ground it by conecctibg 86 as coil only draws milliaamps. Then connect yellow to 30 and connect 87 to ammeter wire that should come from ignition switch. http://www.the12volt.com/relays/relays.asp

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here is what i have now a push button sw with 2 terminals.one hooked to power coming from amp gauge and the other with one wire to coil and one wire to starter soil relay . where do a go to hook up 5 pin relay.

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jackmcl123

this is what i have now but my ignition sw is gone.

and now i would like to replace with push button sw which has to 2 terminals and the 5 pin relay. i hope you can open this diagram but if you cannot it is under allis chalmers 300 & 400 series rm .pdf

on page 127,i have the breaker point ignition system.the tractor i have is 416 s allis chalmers.

i can not get diagram to copy.

i could put new sw on but too bull headed

or cheap.

thanks

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Well then you need an on-off switch for the ignition or whatever energizes the points. Then you also connect a parallel wire that feeds the coil and connect it to 85 of relay and ground it thru 86.

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