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Kawasaki FH500V-AS00 4 Stroke Engine

 Kawasaki FH500V-AS00 4 Stroke Engine Parts

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Hook-Hook & Joint Set
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Hook-Hook & Joint Set
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Hook-Hook & Joint Set
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$2.19
A-59071B27012-6003
Hook-Hook & Joint Set
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A-9201592015-1367
Nut
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$3.59
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Tube
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$2.11
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Nut-M6
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1177220
Question: Starter Won't Engage

1177220

How do I check to find out if it's the starter or solenoid?
rjhimes46
Question: FH500V Wiring Diagram

rjhimes46

I am working on a Kawasaki FH500V that was run without oil pressure. I have a rebuilt B&S 17hp, which would be the cheapest fix for my customer. I was not sure on the wiring since the Kawasaki has a regulator and the B&S does not. The fuel solenoid and ignition kill wires are no problem, just curious about the alternator wires .
Thanks,
Bob Himes
WJA
Reply: FH500V Wiring Diagram

WJA

Hello Bob,

For that information you will probably want to contact Kawasaki, and speak to someone in technical service. Hopefully they will be able to get the diagram you need. You can reach them at 616-949-6500.

-WJA
Colum
Question: FH500V Hard To Start

Colum

My FH500V is on a DR field and brush mower. It runs fine once warm but is very hard to get started, particularly when its very cold out. I have to crank it a long time and then it only starts to fire when I pull the throttle all the way to idle which also turns off the choke. It seems like the choke is not working. I took off the air filter and noticed the flapper in the carborator was mostly closed with the choke handle all way on, but not completely closed. Could that be the problem? Or could it be in the fuel pump?
lawson
Question: Rocker Case Gasket

lawson

is replacing a rocker case gasket as easy as taking the rocker case off and simply changing the gasket, or is their more to it?
Tim
Question: Oil Usage

Tim

I have a Kawasaki FH500V and uses oil. found oil in the air filter and housing. Compression is 130psi on both cylinders. Plugs are not fouled and runs great. Is the compression too high and forcing blow-by on the rings into the air intake?
chris
Question: Governor

chris

How do you set the governor?
Richard Havener
Question: Alternator Trouble

Richard Havener

How do you check alt. and regulator output on the FH500V engine?
Thanks very much
Ryan
Reply: Alternator Trouble

Ryan

On the 2 wires coming from the stator you should have a min of 26 volts AC, regulator rectifies to dc.
Lee
Question: Piston Ring

Lee

This 17 horse has two issues, leaks oil and burns oil. I found the case gasket was sucked in so the leak is fixed. The bores are perfect and rings have lots of life and seal well. The only thing I noticed upon taking apart was the oil rings (on each side of the expander) were lined up. Will this cause oil to get into the combustion chamber?
Erik
Question: Running On One Cylinder

Erik

I have a fh500v Kawasaki 17 HP and I can take one side plug wire off with no change in engine sound but if I take the other side of with the other side back on it dies. I have spark on both sides. What would be the cause for only running on one side with spark on both. It seems to run fine and can mow the grass with no problem.
Coy B
Reply: Running On One Cylinder

Coy B

Mine did the same thing and it was a bent push rod. Remove the valve cover and check. It's a starting place.....
Ryan
Reply: Running On One Cylinder

Ryan

Valves are not closing fully.
rob s. of louisville ky
Question: Loss Of Power

rob s. of louisville ky

Hello all,

I have a Scag 56 in. walk behind mower with the 17 hp ohv Kawasaki engine. It runs great when in the idle position but as soon as I engage the blades, it loses power dramatically. I have been told it needs a valve job. Could this be right or could it be something with the carburetor?

Thanks Rob S.
Mark
Reply: Loss Of Power

Mark

Hi Rob,

There are a number of things that could cause your engine to have reduced power. The first thing to do is take a compression reading on both cylinders. This will rule out a worn cylinder and piston rings. White smoke in the exhaust would also indicate engine wear.

Next, verify that both cylinders are firing. While the engine is running, remove each spark plug boot, one at at time. If the engine continues to run on one cylinder, on both sides then you can rule out any problems with the ignition coils.

Make sure that the fuel pump is operating properly.

The carburetor could be to blame. If you are seeing black exhaust it would indicate that the engine is running rich which will reduce performance. A carburetor rebuild and tune would clear that up.

These are the things I would look at myself.

Good luck with your repair!

-Mark
Scott
Reply: Loss Of Power

Scott

Rob, First do a compression check. If compression is high (140 psi or above) You have carbon build up. Remove heads and clean the heads and the top of the pistons. This will bring down your compression greatly. Compression should read min. of 57 psi. to around 95 or 100 psi. Next, while you have it apart, re-seat all your valves and clean everything up. You should notice a huge improvement. Carburetor adjustments are minimal on these, it is the low idle speed and high idle speed adjustments that are crucial.

Good luck, Scott
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