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Replace battery with your choice of 12v products considering physical size, amp range and warranty. Lawn tractor batteries seem to have the least life/duty cycle. There are two methods of charging the battery used by Coleman. One is to charge the battery with charger/alternator coils installed under flywheel of the engine and second is to charge with built-in circuit in generator itself. Examine your wiring diagram to discover which you have. Simple test with volt meter will show if system is charging. Test voltage at battery with engine off, then start engine and retest looking for slightly higher voltage indicating charge. The charging system is like a trickle charger and not like your auto with initially high amp charge then taper to minimum. If your run your generator for long periods of time and you feel that the battery is being overcharged, then rig a switch to stop charging after one hour or longer. Good holiday
I have a Ford LGT with a 14 hp Kohler K321AS engine. Go to Kohler.com and download the service manual for the K321 engine. The manual covers all of the K type engines and gives diagrams and details of all the different types of ignition and electrical systems. It is free.
You should properly test the battery. A dead cell in a battery will absorb the current that you are trying to supply by jumping.
There may be a fault in the wiring system, thus not allowing enough current to properly supply the starter. Construct a way to temp. connect the positive jumper cable lead to the tractors battery cable connection on the starter that will not short circuit and connect the other poss. end to your trucks poss.battery terminal and then connect the ground lead as normal but to the tractors frame, then attempt to start. If this allows the starter to operate properly then disconnect your jumpers and Inspect the positive and ground wires for insulation cracks, blisters and corrosion. Also check the connections for being clean and tight.
You could also remove the spark plugs ( to release compression that will allow the engine spin free) to see if the starter will then turn the engine.
If all fails, sorry to say, your starter may be weak and in need of replacement.
Make sure you are getting spark from the coil. Then connect the coil wire to the distributor. Then check a plug wire for spark by grounding it with a screw driver. If you are getting spark from the coil, but not from the distributor wire there could be a wire broke in the distributor.