Plug, Spark (Std) 12 132 02-S
*This part replaces obsolete part #: KH-12-132-02-S and RC12YC.
|This is a Genuine OEM sourced replacement part used on a variety of Kohler Engines. A spark plug is used to deliver electric current from an ignition system to an internal combustion engine. After time spark plugs will become dirty or fouled. It is a good idea to replace the spark plug once this happens. This item is sold individually.|
You would need a Spark Plug Wrench (or Socket) to loosen/secure the Spark Plug.
This part is compatible with the following machines:
CH12.5-1907 12.5 HP Engine
CH12.5-1909 12.5 HP Engine
CH12.5-1910 12.5 HP Engine
CH12.5-1911 12.5 HP Engine
CH12.5-1912 12.5 HP Engine
CH12.5-1913 12.5 HP Engine
CH12.5-1914 12.5 HP Engine
CH12.5-1916 12.5 HP Engine
CH12.5-1917 12.5 HP Engine
CH12.5-1918 12.5 HP Engine
CH12.5-1919 12.5 HP Engine
CH12.5-1920 12.5 HP Engine
CH12.5-1921 12.5 HP Engine
CH12.5-1922 12.5 HP Engine
CH12.5-1923 12.5 HP Engine
CH12.5-1924 12.5 HP Engine
This item works with the following types of products:
- • Engine
Questions & Answers for Plug, Spark (Std)
The Gas leak was fixed by realigning the float in the fuel bowl where Gasoline is held before entering the carburetor. The float is expected to stop the flow of gasoline from the tank when the bowl is full. Since it was stuck, fuel filled up the bowl, then filled up the carb, then filled up the air filter compartment, then filled up my garage floor.
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2.Unscrew the cover part
3.Took the gas cup off
4.Unscrew the second cover to be able to remove the whole starter assembly
5.Replaced the spark plug
6.Replaced the air filter and gas line
7.Replaced the primer
Note: it is a good idea to take pictures as you go, so you can replace the parts
2. Detached entire mower deck assembly by removing all cotter pins.
3. Reinstalled v-belt and v-belt, mower secondary
4. Replaced both blades and cleaned underside of mower deck
5. Replaced filter and spark plug
6. Reassembled mower deck by reattaching cotter pins in same order as they were taken off
Hardest part was maneuvering v-cables back in proper alignment and removing mower deck. Kind of heavy for one person.
2. Replaced the old spark plug.
3. Replaced the old air cleaner filter.