Kohler Engine Oil and Filters
Changing Engine Crankcase Oil and Filter
When using Kohler PRO 300 Hour Extended Life Synthetic Engine oil, change the engine crankcase oil and oil filter after every 300 hours.
NOTE: Kohler PRO oil and filter are not required, but recommended. If conventional oil and filters are used in the tractor, the oil must be changed after every 100 hours of operation, and the filter must be changed after every 200 hours. See the Specification section of your operator’s manual for details on which oil and filters are supported.
- Park the mower on a level surface with the engine stopped. The engine oil should be warm before draining. If not warm from operation, start the engine and run a few minutes to warm the oil.
- Before removing the dipstick, clean the area around it to keep any dirt or debris out of the engine.
- Remove the dipstick and open oil drain valve and drain the oil into a suitable container. Be sure to allow ample time for complete drainage.
- Before removing the oil filter, clean the area around the filter to keep dirt and debris out of the engine.
- Remove the old oil filter and wipe off the filter mounting surface on the engine.
- Apply a thin coating of clean oil to the rubber gasket on the replacement oil filter.
IMPORTANT: Use ONLY oil filters from the engine manufacturer (Kohler 25-050-53-S). Aftermarket oil filters may not seal properly and/or may not have the correct pressure relief valve for proper lubrication.
- Install the new oil filter on the engine. Turn the filter clockwise until the rubber gasket contacts the sealing surface, then tighten an additional 3/4 to 1 turn.
- Close the oil drain valve and tighten until snug. Do not over-tighten.
- Fill the crankcase with new, clean oil. Kohler PRO 300 Hour Synthetic Engine Oil (SAE 10W-50) and filters are highly recommended. Refer to Crankcase Lubricant in the Specifications section of your operator's manual for other options. Fill up to, but not above, the “F” mark on the dipstick. Crankcase capacity is 2.0 quarts (1.9 liters) plus 1/2 pint (0.24 liters) for the new oil filter.
IMPORTANT: Check the dipstick reading before adding the last 1/2 pint of oil and fill only to the “F” mark. DO NOT overfill the crankcase (oil above “F” mark) as this CAN result in engine overheating, loss of power, and possible engine damage.
- Start the engine and check for oil leaks around the oil filter. Stop the engine, recheck the oil level, and add oil if necessary. (When the engine is first operated with a new oil filter, the oil level will drop slightly as the filter is filled with oil.)
Four-cycle, twin-cylinder, air-cooled, vertical shaft, gasoline, OHV, with cast iron liner.
|J1940 Power hp(kW) 1||22 (16.4)|
|Displacement cu in (cc)||44.2 (725)|
|Bore in (mm)||3.3 (83)|
|Stroke in (mm)||2.6 (67)|
|Peak Torque lbs. ft (Nm)||40.4 (54.8)|
|Dry Weight lbs (kg)||85 (38.6)|
|Oil Capacity U.S. quarts (L)||2 (1.9)|
|Lubrication||Pressure lubrication w/full flow filter|
|Dimensions L x W x H in||18.6 x 17.5 x 13.9|
|Backpressure Limit 2||50|
|J1995 Power hp (kW) 3||21.2 (15.8)|
|J1995 Rated Speed (RPM)||3600|
* Length is valve cover to end of blower housing. Width is fuel pump to edge of blower housing. Height is mounting feet to PRO Performance air cleaner.
1 Power (hp) and Torque (lbs ft) specifications for Kohler general purpose engines are rated pursuant to Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) J1940 based on gross output testing performed according to SAE J1995 without the air cleaner and muffler. Actual engine power and torque are lower and affected by accessories (air cleaner, exhaust, charging, cooling, fuel pump, etc.), application, engine speed, ambient operating conditions (temperature, humidity and altitude) and other factors. This J1940 / J1995 rating provides consistent measurement to customers who may want to control the intake and exhaust features of the engine. For more information, contact Kohler Co. Engine Engineering Department. Kohler Co. reserves the right to change product specifications, designs and standard equipment without notice and without incurring obligation.
2 Inches of H20 @ 3600 RPM WOT
3 J1995 power and torque certified by 3rd Party Witness
YOU'VE GOT QUESTIONS. WE HAVE ANSWERS.
Have a question about KOHLER engines? We've compiled a list of common questions and answers below.
- What can I do to maximize the life of my engine?
To keep your engine operating at peak performance, be sure to perform proper maintenance for each of the following areas, as outlined in your owner's manual:
- Air filter
- Oil (and filter)
- Cooling system (including the flywheel fan, cooling fins, and any radiators or oil coolers)
- What fuel is recommended for my engine?
Use unleaded regular gasoline with a pump sticker octane rating of 87 or higher. If you are required to use oxygenated fuel, blends containing a maximum of 10% ethanol or 15% MTBE are acceptable. Fuels with higher concentrations and methanol blends are not recommended.
Use the same type of diesel fuel as used in cars (EN 590 for E.U. - ASTM D975 regulation - S 15 for U.S). Use of other types of fuel could damage the engine. Do not use dirty diesel fuel or mixtures of fuel and water since this will cause serious engine faults. When operating the engine in ambient temperatures lower than 0 degrees Celsius, use suitable low temperature fuel normally available from fuel distributors.
- What blends of gasoline may I use in my Kohler Engine?
Gasohol (up to 10% ethyl alcohol, 90% unleaded gasoline by volume) is approved as a fuel for KOHLER engines. Other gasoline/alcohol blends including E20 and E85 are not to be used and are not approved. Any failures resulting from use of these fuels will not be warranted.
- What oil should I use?
Recommendations vary for each engine type based on engine and operating temperature. Please consult your owner’s manual for oil recommendations.
- Can I use synthetic oil?
Synthetic oils meeting the classifications listed in your owner's manual may be used; however, you should still perform oil changes at the recommended intervals.
- How much oil goes in my engine?
Due to possible variations within a model series, we recommend that you rely on your actual dipstick readings. Add oil of the proper type up to the "F" or "FULL" mark on the dipstick. Your owner's manual can provide you with more specific information.
- Can I use additives in my engine?
We do not recommend using additives or cleaners in the oil or fuel system. Air-cooled engines operate at higher temperatures than liquid-cooled automotive engines, and additives developed for automotive use may not perform properly at higher temperatures.
In addition, oil additives can prematurely break down, altering the properties of the oil and leading to extensive internal damage or failure. Fuel system cleaning additives have a tendency to separate and turn acidic, causing damage to fuel system components. We do, however, recommend a fuel stabilizer during periods of non-use (one month or more) to retard fuel deterioration.
- Why does my engine backfire when I shut it off?
Check your owner's manual for the proper shutdown procedures to avoid this. If your engine is equipped with a fuel shut-off solenoid, be sure to set the throttle between half- and full-throttle before turning the key switch to OFF.
- Why is my engine running poorly? Or, why does it have gas running out of the air filter when it comes out of storage?
Varnish and gum deposits from stale gasoline are frequently the cause. We recommend the engine be checked and serviced by an authorized KOHLER dealer. In the future, follow the storage procedures in your owner's manual. Adding a stabilizer to the fuel before a period of non-use (one month or more) will help prevent fuel deterioration.
- My battery is dead. Can I jump start my engine?
We recommend that the battery be disconnected, recharged with a battery charger and then tested for full capacity. Jump-starting can damage other components on the engine.
- When was my engine built?
You can determine the manufacture date of your engine using the serial number. Click Here to view a sample engine identification decal. For further information, please contact us via email with the engine serial number.
- How do I identify my engine? Where are the engine ID numbers located?
The engine identification numbers (model, spec and serial number) are on a silver decal that is normally affixed to the blower housing of the engine. Whenever you need parts, please provide these numbers to your dealer.
- Is there a Command PRO that will fit in place of my old K-Series?
Switching to a Command PRO engine may be possible, but it will not be a "drop in" replacement. Extensive modifications are often required. We recommend that a KOHLER dealer perform conversions of this nature.
- What applications are powered by KOHLER engines?
KOHLER engines are found in a wide array of equipment including lawn and garden, commercial landscape, industrial construction, golf course maintenance, power generation, recreational and agricultural applications.
- Can I use aftermarket parts on my engine?
Only KOHLER® makes genuine parts for KOHLER engines. Unlike aftermarket parts, ours are made specifically for your engine. Every part we make endures demanding quality testing to ensure proper fit, reliability and long life.
- Where can I buy service parts?
To get your KOHLER genuine parts visit your local KOHLER engines dealer visit KohlerEnginesParts.com.
- Can I buy parts for a discontinued KOHLER engine?
Depending on the length of time since we discontinued a given engine, service parts may still be available. Contact your KOHLER dealer for more information.
- I want to buy a new engine. Where should I go?
Visit your local KOHLER engines dealer.
- What is the warranty period for my engine?
See the warranty pages of your owner's manual for details on specific engine warranties. Or for standard engine warranties, visit the Manuals look-up page.
- Do I need to register my engine?
No, but you will need to retain your proof of purchase to verify warranty eligibility.
- My engine is under warranty and needs to be repaired. What do I do?
Visit your local KOHLER engines dealer.
- How do I locate the nearest KOHLER engines dealer?
Find your nearest KOHLER dealer. Or call us at 1-800-544-2444 (from the U.S. and Canada).
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