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Troybilt website Phoned Troybilt Customer Service Surfed the web
Wiring diagram (link below) and a link to Troy Manuals PDF Manual Web Archive - requires serial number to access
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I have a troybilt tiller with a K161T Kohler 7 horsepowe engine. I have replaced all electrical components, spark plug, points, condenser, stater, all wiring, and cleaned magnets, but to no avail. I still have no spark. The points open and close properly, the plug is gapped correctly. Does anyone have an idea?
Posted on Apr 24, 2009
Below are a few links that might prove useful. The first two are operators, and shop manuals for the 144. I briefly looked through them and they have engine related info. The third is just an exploded view of the engine.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Sep 11, 2009
could be a lot of things i have one of these tractors and have all the common problems that go with it. #1 the blade engage leaver isnt puuled all the way to off position (worn or broken spring) #2 safty switch for brake or seat is either out of adjustment or flat out broke #3 my current problem with it is my ignition switch burnt up and deteriorated #4 the fuse on the side of the fuel tank is blown this is the min fuse for the whole tractor #5 your starter soleniode or starter itself took a ****.
hope this helps
Posted on Sep 24, 2009
You dont need to pull the motor ... in fact if you do , that will not help you. We are talking about a genuine Troy, right? Bujilt in Troy not Cleveland.
At most, you will have to remove th reverse disk.
Take off the off the old belt(s) (mine 6 hp Horse is a older two belt drive). You must be in neutral. Pull the belt off the back of the engine pulley and down to give you slace to get it off the transmission pulley then pull it away.
It is very easy to say and a llittle harder to do but not as hard as you think, believe me. I have 2 belts and have replaced them several times.
YOU CAN DO IT>
Posted on Oct 08, 2009
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