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Seems Kohlers have that problem more so than Briggs and stratton or Kawasaki engines

most likely the mud is the cause for the broken magnets though, it almost looks like a dirt dauber nest in there.

if you need help looking up the part # post the model and spec number of the Kohler engine.  I would advise replacing the stator as well if there any nicks or broken wires on it.

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