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Electrical Schematic & Wiring Diagrams

Briggs & Stratton supplies electrical components pertaining to the engine only.

However, basic schematics of our alternator systems wired to a generic piece of equipment are available in our:

In addition to wiring diagrams, Alternator Identification information, Alternator Specifications, and procedures for the replacement of an older Briggs & Stratton engine with a newer Briggs & Stratton engine that utilizes a different style alternator (output connector) are also available in this guide.

For a more detailed schematic specific to your piece of equipment, your best source of information would be the Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM). For an alphabetical directory of manufacturers who sell or service Briggs & Stratton powered products for home, commercial, professional, or industrial use, please see our OEM Directory.

For assistance in locating your engine numbers, please visit our How do I identify a Briggs & Stratton engine? FAQ.

Your best source of information would be to consult your local Briggs & Stratton Authorized Dealer. Your Briggs & Stratton Authorized Dealer has all the information relating to Briggs & Stratton warranty information, replacement engines, short blocks, parts, pricing, service/repair, specifications, etc.

Download the operator's manual for your Vanguard engine or equipment by following our step-by-step process.

Take advantage of the expertise your local dealer can provide for service and support on your Vanguard engine.

Please read and abide by any applicable Safety Information contained in your engine Operator's Manual. The material provided above is not intended to replace work performed by a Briggs & Stratton authorized dealer. Terms and Conditions apply to all of the information presented on this website. Always be sure to completely read and understand your engine Operator's Manual.

 

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Where can I find the electrical schematic or wiring diagram for my engine?

Briggs & Stratton sells electrical components pertaining to the engine only. However, if you’re needing to replace or rebuild parts of the small engine on your lawn mower, snow blower or other outdoor power equipment, the basic schematics or wiring diagrams of our alternator systems wired to a generic piece of equipment are available in our:

In addition to wiring diagrams, these guides also provide information on Alternator Identification information, Alternator Specs, and procedures for the Briggs & Stratton engine replacement with a new engine that utilizes a different style alternator (output connector).

For a more detailed schematic specific to your piece of equipment, your best source of information would be the Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM). For an alphabetical directory of manufacturers who sell or service Briggs & Stratton powered products for home, commercial, professional, or industrial use, please see our Outdoor Power Product Brands Directory.

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If you are replacing your ride on mower engine with one of the new Briggs & Stratton Single Cylinder Ride on Mower Series Models, the wiring loom and connector might be slightly different to your old model, depending on what brand of ride on mower you have.

Your mower will have a starter motor engaging solenoid, so you must connect the wire that runs from this solenoid to the terminal on the starter motor. The terminal is located towards the base of the starter motor.

We have listed below, the wires found on the new Briggs & Stratton single cylinder engines and where they need to be connected to.

RED WIRE - This is your DC cable, it should be connected directly to positive power on your battery. This wire charges your battery.

BLACK WIRE - This is the engine kill switch, It needs to run to an ON/OFF switch and then run to earth. DO NOT CONNECT THIS WIRE TO POSITIVE POWER!

GREY WIRE - This needs to run to an on/off switch and then to positive power on your battery, this controls the carby solenoid for fuel.

ORANGE WIRE (IF FITTED) - Can be connected to headlights or any other accessories

Briggs 6 Pin Connector

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5 comments

Melvin

Melvin

I have a craftsman LT riding mower and I replaced the engine with a Briggs & Stratton EX The new engine has two connections. A single red wire and a dual connector with a black and a gray wire. How do I make the connection to the chassis wire harness that has an Orange, Red, Blue, and Black pins? Is there a conversion harness for this application?

Richard Hartensteiner

Richard Hartensteiner

What happens if it’s wired wrong

Peter

Peter

Just for anyone interested-
I bought a HP B&S Intec engine to replace an old HP model recently (Oct ).
The old engine was from the early ’s
I have never done an engine swap before, so I was on a steep learning curve.
Right here, YouTube is your friend, there are lots of engine swap video’s (some good, some not so much), watch some before you start.
The old engine was removed fairly easily, with just a few problems with the pulley removal.
The new engine itself fitted where the old one was mounted perfectly.
The throttle body mount was exactly the same, and on the same side, so that was easy.
(the exhaust was on the other side, so I had to modify the bonnet a bit)
My new engine had a fuel pump, the old one didn’t, so I just plumbed from the fuel tank, straight into the fuel filter (and therefore the fuel pump), and had no problems.
I reached out to Small Engine Warehouse for some advice on wiring, as mine was slightly different, and was directed to this article – by Steve in sales.
I’ll just point out that my new engine has RED and WHITE wires coming from the Stator (alternator), not Red and Orange like in this article. and the new engine did not have the six in plug like in this article (it had two two pin plugs) – the old engine did have a six pin plug.
FWIW – RED is the same as in this article, DC return to charge the battery. And the Orange in this article is the same as White on my new HP Intec engine.
The Black (cutout) and Grey (carby solenoid) are also the same, so pretty easy overall.
The other issue I had was that my new engine has a carby solenoid, the old engine did not. So I had to wire it in. I used a tester to confirm 12V charge. I spliced into the RED wire and ran that to a toggle switch (on-off, which I mounted on the dash), then connected it to the grey carby solenoid wire. This has worked fine for me, and I usually shut the engine down with this switch, then turn off the ignition once the engine has stopped (so I use up the remaining fuel in the carby to stop the engine – be aware that this method takes a few extra cranks of the engine to refill the carby with fuel, when I go to restart it).
Hopefully this helps out anyone who had the same questions as me.

Phillip wilson

Phillip wilson

Does this mean the starter motor will not be connected directly from the ignition

jennifer fabri

jennifer fabri

thank you so much
Regards
Jennifer

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Riding Mower, Starting System Wiring Diagram - Part 1

Ignition - Wiring Basic Wiring Diagram BRIGGS & STRATTON

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RED CABLE

SOLENOID

NORMALLY OPEN, MOMENTARY SWITCH; WHEN KEY SWITCH IS TURNED, CLOSES TO START ENGINE (AND ENERGIZES SOLENOID), RELEASING KEY SWITCH OPENS SWITCH (SOLENOID DE-ENERGIZES). ENGINE IS STILL RUNNING. NORMALLY OPEN SWITCH; CLOSES TO SHUT OFF ENGINE. (GROUNDS IGNITION COIL)

STARTER

SPARK PLUG IGNITION COIL

BRIGGS AND STRATTON Customer Education Department


TYPICAL 5 POLE SWITCH STARTER AND IGNITION SYSTEM WIRING

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Electrical Schematic & Wiring Diagrams

Briggs & Stratton supplies electrical components pertaining to the engine only.

However, basic schematics of our alternator systems wired to a generic piece of equipment are available in our:

In addition to wiring diagrams, Alternator Identification information, Alternator Specifications and procedures for the replacement of an older Briggs & Stratton engine with a newer Briggs & Stratton engine that utilizes a different style alternator (output connector) are also available in this guide.

For a more detailed schematic specific to your piece of equipment, your best source of information would be the Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM). For an alphabetical directory of manufacturers who sell or service Briggs & Stratton powered products for home, commercial, professional, or industrial use, please see our OEM Directory.

If you wish to perform any required maintenance/repairs yourself, a good source for engine specifications and technical servicing information would be a Briggs & Stratton Repair Manual. The correct Repair Manual for your model engine is often listed in your engine's Illustrated Parts List. Repair Manuals are available for purchase through our websites Manuals, CDs & Books section or locally from a Briggs & Stratton Authorized Dealer.

Your best source of information would be to consult your local Briggs & Stratton Authorized Dealer. Dealers have all the information relating to Briggs & Stratton warranty information, replacement engines, short blocks, parts, pricing, service/repair, specifications, etc.

Sours: https://www.vanguardpower.com/na/en_us/support/faqs/browse/electrical-schematic-wiring-diagrams.html
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