Stens 435-325 Starter Solenoid
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It is the same part as Sears part # 192507 made by craftsman and it is made by Husqvarna.
It is powered by the Intek engine 5
This might be the case. As this solenoid is used in many different makes and models, it is imperative to verify that the current one looks like this. You should be able to bolt it in without any problem.
The only thing you ought to be worried about is whether or not it fits physically. As far as I am aware, Ariens selenoid is unknown to me. There is no need to worry about that, so long as you have the two battery connections and the two "keying" connections.
Selected User Reviews For Stens 435-325 Starter Solenoid
There are no threads built into the platform. I highly recommend them as a replacement for the 2019 model LT4200. In contrast to this, the original had threads embedded in A hole was all that was provided, and there was no bolt or nut along with it. Thanks to some laying around, I was able to use them.
Despite a fully charged battery, my mower would not start and I had to jump the starter from the battery to get it to start. Since the solenoid had probably failed after almost 20 years, I figured it had given up. There's not much difference between the original solenoid on my 1997 Craftsman with a Kohler motor and the replacement. Unfortunately I wasn't happy with its lack of two tabs for mounting it to the chassis, but it installed without modification, so I didn't take a star off. The photographs below show the old and new units--the old one installed, the new one installed, and a comparison of the two.
It took about 10 minutes to replace the solenoid in an old tractor which had clicked for 10+ years and had taken a number of attempts to start. Once the replacement was complete, the tractor started on the first try. The original quality of the image has not changed. In the event your starter is not spinning or clicking, it may be this solenoid, after you have checked the battery. You should label or take a picture of the cable positions to ensure that everything goes back in the same place after the repair.
Worked for me. My Craftsman YT4500 tractor needed a new one. It has the same fit as the original, except this comes with a nut and star washer to secure the terminals while the original had two nuts on each stud, which I preferred. As I didn't want to just tighten the battery cables against the solenoid housing, I took some nuts off of the old one and used them. I found a solution for the problem.
Exactly what I needed. You might also be able to save some money by fixing your own. I was extremely pleased with the delivery.
Since the solenoid has been installed, the engine has started fine. Taking a look at the "con" side, In spite of the fact that the picture of the mounting bracket on the new solenoid matched the bracket on the original solenoid, the mounting bracket for the new solenoid did not match the original, so it had to be modified.
Initially, I bought it for my son's lawn mower, but it did not fit properly, regardless, this is a good replacement for a lawn.