This might be a stupid question for sears suburban wiring problem
Posted December 03, 2011 - 07:09 PM
Posted December 03, 2011 - 07:16 PM
The original Switches that Sears / Roper used had big contacts inside the switch. They were able to handle the cranking current.
Just be sure you have the points style before wiring. It's important.
As for a replacement switch (if you need one), check with out site supporters. I'm sure one of them have one... just make sure it has the 2 big brass contacts with the screw lug locations. I will see if I can find a pt# of the replacement you're looking for.
According to Sears, the S/G starter switch has been replaced by # STD365400, if you can't find one thru our Supporters, let me know & I'll see if I can find the right one on fleabay or something for you. I think any of the following part numbers have been replaced by this new # (from an old note I had):2942-365401R, 74R, 2210R, 5797H, 7486H, 21037,71577
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