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Well I took the engine out of the tractor and have found out that it has no points so it is electronic.Now I need to figure out how to test this thing out.I did find a book that gives me a little information but no wiring diagram or tests for it.Winter is not here yet but Bob is ready to go.(BobCat) Bob

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In general, the Kohler K-series electronic ignition works the same as the magneto except it has a trigger instead of points. Kohler's TP-2379 manual has several pages devoted to specs, schematics, tests, troubleshooting, and adjustments.

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