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How to check charging system on a kohler 17.5

This is an easy check if you have a cheap, simple volt meter. It's much better to have an old fashioned needle meter rather than a digital. The needle is more sensitive, much quicker, and makes a clearer diagnostic tool. But not to worry, for you fancy folks a digital still works (sometimes the results are not as clear).
  1. Set the meter to DC Volts.
  2. Attach the red and black leads of the meter to the positive and negative posts of the battery. Most modern day digital meters don't care if the polarity is correct or not. However, if you have a needle meter, best to put the positive of the battery with the red wire of the meter; otherwise the needle will not be happy with you.
  3. Note voltage. It should read near13 volts if the battery is good and fully charged. If it reads below 12 volts it needs charged or it has bad cells. If after charging a few hours, the voltage is still below 12 volts then the cells are bad, replace it.
  4. Turn the key to crank the engine while keeping your eyes on the meter. Whether the engine cranks or not, the meter should not fall much below 11 Volts. If it falls below 10 volts or worse yet below 9 volts, the battery has a bad cell or two. Replace the battery, charge it, and repeat the test.
  5. If the engine starts, rev it up and watch the meter.
    1. If the charging system is working the voltage on the meter should quickly rise above 13 or 14 volts.
    2. If it rises up strongly towards the 14 volt range this indicates the charging system of the machine is working.
    3. If it plays around down near 12 volts you are reading the recovered voltage of a good battery, but the charging system is not working.
    4. If it simply stays below 11 volts, the battery and the charging system are both suspect. Replace the battery first. Fully charge it, and then repeat the tests before worrying about the charging system.
Note:if the battery falls below 9 volts the fuel cut off, a black cylinder on the bottom of the carburetor (if your model has this), will cut off the gas supply to the carburetor.

Mar 15, 2015 | Garden

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How many volts should the charging system put out

if it's a 6 volt battery you're ok if it's a 12 volt battery then there is a problem

Oct 14, 2014 | Briggs & Stratton Briggs Stratton Intek V...

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Looking for a wiring diagram for a nikko rc truck

a more powerful battery will deffinetly increase power and speed but keep around the same voltage range 1 up wouldnt hurt it

Dec 29, 2013 | Nikko Toys

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I have nikko infra-red control that has a little car that sets on the top of the hand control to charge the battery. The battery in the car is missing but on the battery tab it has irc-4 can you tell me...

I have the same little remote control car. I took my battery out to clean the terminals, and found the number on it to be 1BA1R2N120M. This is many years after your original post, but it may help someone.

John M.

Aug 26, 2011 | Nikko Toys

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I lost the battery charger for the BigFoot toy. Can I buy one?

I know you can get these on Ebay. Also most NI-MH 9 volt battery charges will charge this battery pack. You can use a 9 Volt Snap Battery Connector with Alligator Clips to bridge the connection between the battery pack and the NI-MH 9 volt batter charger. This is how I charge this battery pack now. You can probably get the 9 Volt Snap Battery Connector with Alligator Clips at a radio shack or on Amazon... as well as a NI-MH 9 volt battery charger.. don't hook up the leads backwards :)

Aug 10, 2011 | Mattel Fisher-Price Imaginext Big Foot

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Alternator not charging the gage saying not charging but charging 9 volts had alternator tested its charging 14-15 voltes its got a new battery not charging good enough


May 30, 2010 | 1994 GMC Safari

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2001 929 starter not working, big electric/mecanic noise,

check the battery voltage with a multimeter, it should read approx. 12 volts. with the meter connected to the battery turn the key to on, turn on brights, turn signal and press brake lever. if goes below 9 volts, charge the battery and try again. if still goes below 9 volts replace the battery. when you get a good battery, start the bike and check charging voltage. should be around 14.7 volts at 5k RPM. if you have low charging voltage, let me know.

Mar 10, 2009 | 2001 Honda CBR 929 RR Fireblade

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My casio exilims battery charger light is flashing, i know theres a trick using a 9 volt battery. how can i do it?

you take a 9 volt battery and take a metal paper clip or anything this and metal and connect it from the + side of the 9 volt battery and the - side of the camera batery. take another mateal object and connect it from the - 9 volt battery to the + of the camera battery. hold it for about 30 seconds (it might be easier if someone helps you) and place the camera battery back in the charger. that should give the camera battery enough power to help it boost up its charge and make the flashing stop

Dec 10, 2008 | Casio EXILIM ZOOM EX-Z60 Digital Camera

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Not charging battery

hold a 9 volt battery to the camera battery for about a minute or so, + to - and - to +.
i bought one that was from a display and had the same problem. i learned this trick in electronics class in school. it works, made mine charge.
good luck

Jul 27, 2008 | Casio Exilim EXZ75 Digital Camera

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Battery will not charge

I found this while searching to find an answer to solve my problem. It worked! Some say that it took them about 20 times... it took me about 7. Be patient and just keep trying! Hope this helps!

My NP 20 gave me the flashing red light of death and I got Casio to replace it. Then I had the same problem with my second NP 20 so I dug around for a way to fix it and I found the following advice on a site called FixYa. It worked instantly and I didn't risk ruining my battery.
ylu1 writes:
I had the same problem as this.
what i did was...
i kept putting the battery on the charger then took it off as soon as the red light came on.
i did this about 6 times.
doing this puts a bit of charge in the battery each time before the charger starts to flash.
after the battery as got enough charge in it it can start to charge.
hope this helps.

Sep 06, 2007 | Cameras

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