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So, as the title says my 14 hp onan isn't charging.

   I pulled the wire plug off the ref./rect. and checked the wire to the stator with multimeter. I get zero from 1-2 and .9 from 1-3 and zero from 2-3 I'm just assuming that means the stator is bad?  Can I check the reg./rect. The same way to see if it is also bad.

  Next question would be where to find a new stator on-line I can't seem to find anything under these numbers?

E140 OV-N/109648

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Do you have a shot of the tag on the engine?  A photo of the engine would also help. Any numbers regarding the tractor model and serial number? 

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I'm not 100% positive that I you have the right model number... 

Could it be OnanE140 V-N (V= Vertical crank and N= Gasoline fuel.. Not sure what the O would be for unless it was accidentally doubled from the 0 in 140?)

 Check out page #5 here... 
http://www.twinslan.net/~n0nas/manuals/onan/965-0758 Onan E125H E140H Elite series Engine Service manual (01-1996).pdf

And here is an Onan Manual with a parts list for an Onan Elite E140 that shows a stator. it might give you a lead or be the right one... Check it out... 
Stator number is:  191-1456-04
(Copy and Paste into a URL Address box at the top of an open internet window)
file:///C:/Users/HTPC955/Downloads/i_2463_1_Onan%20E125HE140HOL13ZX390.pdf 


For Sale HERE on an auction site. Used one for $42.85 shipped from Illinois...

Hope this helps!

Edited by Mastiffman

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Thanks, I'll try and get you some pics and more info.

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So, Garry is correct with the model number. Now the used stator on eBay goes buy a totally different number than what the parts list shows which is NN1037. And the one Mastiff man shows is 191-1456-04.   Different part or just different numbering system?

   Also does indeed the test I ran on the stator confirm that it is bad?

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