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I have a 23 hp Kawasaki motor liquid cool engine in my zero turn ex-mark tractor. It has 750 hours on the motor. I bought it in 5/19/2001. I would like to know what the resistance in ohms is on each of the coils. Upon a load it has been near dying and once after cutting 2 1 acre lots and shutting the motor off it does not want to start.The local dealer did not check this nor the strength of the spark. My owners manual to the tractor does not show the part or the number. Other than that I am a very happy Kawasaki client. Would you be so kind as to send me a pamphlet or whatever you have on the internal workings/parts of this engine and also does this engine have collapsable push rods?...............Art Brown 5391 Lawnwood Drive, Brighton, Michigan 48114.

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I would suggest buying a manual thru the
equip dealer or a web site

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Hard to find free anything
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people at home that can find it for you

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