Question about Kohler Electrical Supplies
Aux fault is caused by a momentary loss of voltage from the speed sensor or low coolant level sensor. I would suggest you investigate both for possible cause.
If the unit has a low coolant level sensor you can find it near the top of radiator, small two wire plug. Disconnect and see if unit runs. make sure radiator is filled to over flowing before testing to eliminate this as the cause. Just because you can see or feel the coolant is not enough, fill to overflowing is the key.
Posted on Jan 04, 2011
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