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RenegadeJ

Voltage regulator

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wwbragg

Parts is parts.  Any 12 volt unit should work.  A conversion wiring diagram is available online or elsewhere in this forum. 

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GregB

I think the original regulators are current limited to a lower amount of amps than cars need.  Seem to remember that an automotive regulator would allow the Starter generators coils to overheat and fry in high demand times.

 

There was a few good articles about this in the Tech section, not sure if they made the transition.

 

Here is a link to the one article, there maybe posts on the subject if you use the search.

 

https://simpletractors.com/articles.html/articles/electrical-systems/troubleshooting-the-briggs-starter-generator-system-r14/

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