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Outboard motor charging systems, do they exist or do i need to periodicly charge the battery for my boat

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  • Anonymous May 26, 2009

    my 1986 mercury outboad 90 hp in line 6 cyl dos`nt charge my battery is this a stater problem

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Look at your ID plate and get the model number of your motor. Then contact the Johnson dealer and see if your model comes with a charger, be it alternator or magneto. Many use systems similar to riding lawnmowers and they do not need charging.

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