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    Default G174 need voltage regulator

    I need a voltage regulator for my tractor can anyone help?

    And can someone post pics of all wiring please.

    Thanks!

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    Default Re: G174 need voltage regulator

    Is there a wiring diagram under the hood of your tractor?

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    Default Re: G174 need voltage regulator

    Regualtors can be found on ebay. Search for "Satoh regulator" or "Nippon regulator". I don't personally have experience with the OEM Nippon-Denso regulator replacements but they appear to be the mechanical-type that origianally came with tractors that use the "K" series of Mitsubishi engines. The solid-state version is about half the thickness of the mechnical so it's a little easier to handle/replace. I'd recommend the solid-state type over the mechanical but feel the mechanicals are still good and can actually be repaired easier than the solid-states in my opinion unless you have a lot of experience with electronics and can remove the coating that seals the electronic in place. Both are roughly the same price.
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    Default Re: G174 need voltage regulator

    Quote Originally Posted by suntreemcanic View Post
    Is there a wiring diagram under the hood of your tractor?
    No wiring diagram.

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    Default Re: G174 need voltage regulator

    If you want all the details on the wiring I'd recommend getting the service manual. It also shows the schematics for the alternator, regulator, and starter which are helpful. Then you'll also get all the other service info you might need in the future. Parts lists and service manuals are a MUST in my opinion if you want to keep these tractors going into the future. I'm a bit surprised the manuals aren't readily available for free d/l on the net, but they are worth the purchase price from dealers anyway if they can help keep things running correctly.
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    Default Re: G174 need voltage regulator

    The Bolens G174 is the same as an an Iseki TX2160/TX1500F - built in the same factory,same HP, gearbox, axles, diffs, pumps, linkage etc- the only major difference is some of the early series to maybe c.1981 Bolens use a K75 2cyl Mitsubishi engine whereas the later Iseki's use a KB3 3cyl Mitsubishi.

    Attached is an extract from the parts book detailing the voltage regulator part number you seem to require, together with the wiring diagram.

    Here's a list of parts suppliers in the USA which I have copied from other threads/sites -unfortunately as I'm in Australia (where I use only Iseki dealers as there are no Bolens supplies) I have no recent experience with suppliers in the USA:-

    A) ISEKI suppliers in the USA-
    Sutton Tractor
    6709 North I-35
    Edmond, Oklahoma 73034
    (405) 340-0268
    Grey Market Tractor Parts
    1-800-700-4739
    Email: "mailto:suttontractor2@hotmail.com"

    Rainbow Distributors Inc. (only distributor of new Iseki Equip. in USA))
    1612 Kahai Street
    Honolulu, Hawaii 96819
    Phone: (808) 841-6203
    Fax: (808) 847-1623
    Email: "mailto:raindist@aol.com"
    Website: "http://rainbowdistributors.com/Tractors/tractors.html"

    Homestead Tractor
    22311 Bear Valley Road
    Apple Valley, California 92308
    Telephone: 760-240-1062
    Fax: 760-240-1126
    Email: "mailto:hstractor@earthlink.net"

    Sheaffer's Town & Country Tractors Inc.
    320 Palmyra Road
    Dixon, Illinois 61021
    Telephone: 815-284-3226
    Fax: 815-284-5050
    Email: "mailto:sheaftractor@coiinc.com"

    Southern Global Tractor
    230 North Magnolia drive
    Wiggins, MS 39577
    Toll-free: 866-742-5748
    Telephone: 601-928-7491
    Fax: 601-528-9312
    Email: "mailto:acker@ebicom.net"

    Sonny's Farm & Home Supply
    1733 N 200 W
    Portland, Indiana 47371
    Phone (260) 726-2808
    Website: "http://sonnys_bolens.tripod.com/index.htm"

    Valley Power Products, Inc.
    3646-5 Aerial Way Drive,
    Roanoke, Va. 24018
    I can supply new and used parts for the Mitsubishi engines used on some of the models. I also sell manuals for the Bolens versions, from 15 to 27 hp. Call 800-609-5110, "mailto:vppinc@rev.net" or
    We sell parts and manuals for Satoh/Mitsubishi tractors. 540-345-9650

    Monarch Products
    Glow plugs and spark plugs, with cross references by manufacturer, engine number, and tractor model.
    1-888-800-9629
    "http://www.sparkplugs.com"

    B) Bolens suppliers in the USA

    Bobby Bruneau at the Bolens Boneyard in Charleston S.C.
    All Bolens parts but really strong in Large Frames.
    (843) 889-8377

    Bob Fenn at Horizon Equipment in Dunstable MA
    Fast shipping on Bolens parts orders.
    Very knowledgeable and willing to help.
    rfenn@bolensman.com

    Don & Pete Duff in Thurmond NC
    Super Eaton Hydro knowledge and good with Wisconsin engines too.
    336-874-7730
    mrdadsr@aol.com

    Richard Show (aka Blackjackjake) in PA
    Good all around source for Bolens parts and attachments, VERY fair pricing.
    rlshow4@comcast.net


    Ray's Mower Shop in PA.
    Good inventory of Bolens parts. Very knowledgeable.
    Call Gloria or Noah at 610-367-2078
    RMS1050@aol.com

    Richter Power Supply in CA
    Wisconsin Engine Parts
    800-248-6476

    Sweigard Bros. in Halifax, Pa
    Bolens NOS parts inventory
    swebros@aol.com
    717-896-3414

    Outdoor Distributors
    Click on 溺TD parts, then enter the Bolens part number.
    Lawn Mower Parts SnowBlower Parts and more Outdoor Distributors - Lawn Mower Parts

    Plano Power in Plano, TX
    Good source for Wisconsin parts.
    (972) 423-5220
    parts@planopower.com

    Milaca Lawn and Garden in Milaca, MN
    Very Good source for Kohler Parts and Parts Lists
    http://www.milacalawn.com/parts.asp
    Click on the 撤arts Look-UP box
    then click on the Catalogs box and click on the drop-down list.

    Jim Perlik for Bolens/Iseki Diesel Parts
    jmperlik@yahoo.com

    Sam's Bolens
    Sam's Bolens

    Wisconsin Engines Parts & Supplies
    1000's of parts in stock!
    wisconsinengines@earthlink.net
    (814)766-3675

    Trust this assists - the Bolens/Iseki's are great little tractors & real easy to work on(IMO far better than kubota's which I also own)
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    Default Re: G174 need voltage regulator

    Thanks for the replies! I love this tractor and want to keep it running. Thanks for the help!

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    Default Re: G174 need voltage regulator

    Does anyone know if this regulator will work for my G174? The seller is not sure.

    Mitsubishi Alternator Satoh Voltage Regulator | eBay

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    Default Re: G174 need voltage regulator

    Yes, it will work.
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    Default Re: G174 need voltage regulator

    Quote Originally Posted by Ilikeurtractor View Post
    Yes, it will work.
    Thanks I just ordered it!! Now hopefully I can get this thing running. Thanks for all the replies everyone!

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