Question about Light Outboard Motor Boat Bass Fishing Saltwater Base
I bought a replacement rectifier for my 1972 Johnson 100 outboard since the wires are really corroded on mine. I bought the AR103. The problem is that the original rectifier has a yellow wire and a yellow and gray wire. The AR103 replacement just has 2 yellow wires. How should I connect it?
If I remember correctly, it does not matter as they are just one way switches. That is why the new one is not color coded.
Posted on Apr 18, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Some models charged through a Magneto, but see if you can find the 1979 Year Manual. I have a 1979 engine myself in a 15Hp which is a Manual start(no battery) and I have a Sailhorse Johnson 8HP which has an electric port and is Manual start. I believe the 8HP would charge a battery as on a Sailboat the running lights needed power. The 8HP could power the lights directly.
Johnson offered options for electric start in lower HP units and options in charging systems to contain costs. You might get a better answer from someone by listing the HP of your motor. I was the original owner of the 15HP and remember the 9.9HP and others in the same Sales brochure. The Sales brochure may advertise more about the charging systems.
Posted on Jul 21, 2014
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