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steve-wis

Hi all!

I have a post from a day or two ago looking for help with the numbers on the Kohler ch18 command in the Agco 918H I am working on.  Looks like the spec. number should be 62513.  I do have a service manual for the ch18 - ch25, among others.  Now the question:  I need a new ignition module and the service manual tells me that the part number is either 24 584 15-S or it is 24 584 36-S.  It does not tell me what the difference is.  The service manual only tells me there are two sizes of modules, and mine is the taller one, which is either one or the other of the numbers above.  I am attaching pictures of the module, can anyone tell me what I need to buy to replace it?   The number on the module on one side is 9425 as far as I can tell.

 

thanks!

 

Steve

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steve-wis

Carl,

Both part numbers come up, the 15-s is just called an ignition module, and the 36-s is an ignition module for use with speed advance module.  So what is the speed advance module and how do I know if I have this?

 

Steve

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