KAWASAKI ENGINE REPAIR SO SIMPLE THAT IT WILL BLOW YOUR MIND



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27 thoughts on “KAWASAKI ENGINE REPAIR SO SIMPLE THAT IT WILL BLOW YOUR MIND

  1. Also to note on that repair that was the problem for that regulator but sometimes it's just the fuse just in case somebody's try every single thing and has same problem check fuse.

  2. Mind=Blown… Thank you Sir!! This just completely solved the charging issue I've had, never would've thought to check for this before. I owe ya one

  3. My Kawasaki 23hp fh680v runs great until she gets warm. Won’t keep rpms when mower blades are engaged. Cleaned carb spotless and put back together. Same problem once she got hot. A couple of guys say coils. Is this a symptom for coils.

  4. For 2 years I've been racking my brain trying to figure out this very problem. I've been to my local Toro dealer countless times describing this problem, only to be told "You'll have to bring it in." You summed up the problem, and fixed it in less than 5 minutes. I too had resorted to a battery tender. Thanks for the solution!

  5. Typical example of someone who is no mechanic or trouble shooter. Just your basic parts replacer. Likely the loudest mouth in the shop and always talks the most shite about the clients. Arse.

  6. I am pretty sure you just diagnosed a problem that I have been dealing with for over a year. Sure tired of having to charge the battery to use the mower. Mower is Toro Titan ZX4800 with a Kawasaki FR651V engine. Now to find out if this is my problem THANKS

  7. Wow the onboard charger is a new one on me and i been mechanicing for 20 year's πŸ˜‚πŸ€£ thats unbelievable someone actually did that and excepted failure on simply charging the battery πŸ˜…πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ€―

  8. Got a pretty bad electrical burn on my arm from a vertical command twin once. Strap was there, but the customer stripped out the plastic shroud. The ground strap was so cooked it looked like it was in a microwave for 20 minutes. Never got hit with a regulator like that. Just grazed it with my inner forearm while digging sticks out from behind the motor. Warming the oil up and blowing the crap off it for its diagnostic. Sweating like mad. I grounded the negative side of the charging system with my right arm. The battery was very low.
    I potentially received the full 20 amp load from the negative side. My forearm skin was blistered like crazy and my teeth hurt for 2 days.

  9. Yep! No ground path, no circuit. Or in this case, no ground, no charge. Basic electricity! Seen many folks who are basically good mechanics, but are clueless with electrical systems.

  10. Good catch, I pickup a 2015 toro time master from this guy, no start, no spark condition, for 50 bucks, he thought he had blown the engine, turns out, and this had me stumped, so I thought I'd share it with you, incase you ever run into this problem, no start condition, was caused by no spark, I changed the coil after I did the coil unplug test, still no spark, so I went old school and grounded the sparkplug to the block, and got a bright blue spark, long story short, the head gasket blew, and was run that way for a week or two, and that caused oil to seep onto both sides of the gasket, and the head bolts, cause a no ground condition for the sparkplug, I clean everything up, new gasket, and she started right up, boy was the guy angry I got a 1500 dollar almost new time master for 50 bucks, the only reason I told him was I had to go back for the bag which his son found, and he asked if I ever got it running….. LMAO

  11. Good heads up. Have to store this one in the memory bank, especially when
    I am not the first to work on it. Stay well, Joe Z.

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