Question about Generac Electrical Supplies
Are any of these Fault indicators lit?
The faul lamp goes ON when one or more of the following
engine faults occurs and when engine shuts down.
• Low oil pressure
• High coolant temperature
• Low coolant level
Any ONE of the above being activated will will cause the no fuel to the engine. I realize you stated that all fluid levels were correct. That does not preclude one of the sensors passing a false signal causing your problem.
Each of the sensors provide a ground to the PCB that will preclude an engine start. You can disconnect them one at a time and retry a start sequence with the switch in Manual. If after disconnecting a sensor the unit starts and runs normally you have found the defective sensor.
I really believe that Mr. Marty Leonard has a fault sensor induced problem.
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