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Charging wireing diagram on craftman 42'' riding lawn mower 19.5'' briggs motor

I need to know were the wires hook to for charging system.

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  • James Fisher Nov 29, 2008

    every battery i put in works for a time and then gets weak and later goes dead

  • cemoody May 11, 2010

    changed out a 14 hp onan , junk , and put a 15 hp briggs in it's place, this thing is a 244H torro, that onan engine would not run properly, acted like it did not have any governot at all, got tired of messing with it, now to my ? , is it posible to intergrate the wireing to the briggs,or would it be better to just rip out and start all over with the wireing ???

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The charging system runsfrom a stator which is underneath the flywheel and runs to a rectifier/regulator module and to the battery. it will power the blades if it is an electric clutch system and also the fuel plunger system on the carbuerator

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