Electrical Schematic/Wiring Diagrams
Where can I purchase an electrical schematic or wiring diagram for my engine?
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 (Lookup Manual by Engine Model.) The correct Repair Manual for your model engine is often listed in your engine's Illustrated Parts List.
Repair Manuals are available for purchase locally from a Briggs & Stratton Service Dealer.
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 Service 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.
NOTE: Please read and abide by any applicable Safety Information (PDF) before performing any engine work. This information is not meant to take the place of work performed by a Briggs & Stratton Authorized Dealer. Terms and Conditions apply to all of our information provided on this website. Always be sure to read and understand your engine Operator's Manual.
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