Tech Tip #217: How to Order a Deutz 1011 / 2011 ESO in Two Easy Steps

Dr. Diesel
Written by Dr. Diesel

Electric shutoff solenoidElectronic shut off solenoids on Deutz engines are high mortality items. They fail frequently and can be hard to identify, but we can help. Take a look at the chart below for two easy steps to identify the Deutz ESO that you need. We bet you can identify 99% of shut down solenoids used on Deutz 1011 / 2011 engines with this chart.


Model of Engine

1011F / 2011 1011 (non-F)
# of Prongs on Plug 2


2 prong to 3 prong ESO adapterWhile the 2 prong ESO is no longer available, don’t worry. When it comes to Deutz, we’ve got you covered. We have a simple plug ‘n play adapter harness that lets you convert from 2 to 3 prongs.

Once you have identified which solenoid you need, you can order it from our website by clicking HERE.

However, if you have a Deutz 1011 / 2011 engine in a JLG aerial lift, this engine takes a special actuator. Call us at 800.233.6539 for discounted pricing as high as 40% off Deutz list price on a genuine OEM solenoid.

Dr. Diesel
Written by Dr. Diesel
Knowledge is power. Power to build ties to engine users. To build a relationship with our customers, we share with you our 105 years of knowledge in many ways. We have this special section called “Ask Dr. Diesel™” where you can pose questions about engines, transmissions, industrial hand clutches, exhaust scrubbers, etc.

Leave a Reply