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I’ve got a blown diode in the starting circuit of the 86. This is the one shown in the starting circuit labeled Silicon Rectifier. Anyone know what the part number is or a suitable replacement? Also, I suppose I should check what could cause this and what else I should be checking. Wires in and out of it are melted for a couple inches. Neutral light would come on and I did get ignition once while I was testing.
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The part number for the silicon rectifier back by the starter is 31700-124-003 or 31700-124-008. They can be had on EBay for USD 10 - 15.

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Thanks!

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You should be able to use any number of diodes in that application for hardly any cost at all.

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Oh great! I just ordered one from Parts n more for $23 after shipping!

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Oh great! I just ordered one from Parts n more for $23 after shipping!

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I am sure that we have all been guilty of that impulse buy that we pulled the trigger on a little too quickly.. :yes: :whip:

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Whenever I do something along that line (regularly) I tell myself "ten years from now, it will make no difference in my life". Often over way more than $20.

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Whenever I do something along that line (regularly) I tell myself "ten years from now, it will make no difference in my life". Often over way more than $20.

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