ELECTRICAL PARTS INDEX
FOR 4-stroke Ignition, please LOOK HERE
Rapair/CDI Electronics has grown to be THE source
for quality electronic ignition parts for all makes of US outboard
motors. Now supplying some of the OEM manufacturers with selected
components. Some components of the outboard electrical system are
not available from CDI, in this case I have listed the FACTORY part
in its place in the shopping cart.
The next-to-last page of this listing has the 1967 thru
1972 battery CD ignition models; the last page is a recap of all models
from 1971 thru 1984. Evinrude Johnson models after 1984 became pretty
complex in that components changed yearly, sometimes from model
to model in the same horsepower range. If you have any questions,
please call me and I will help you sort it out!
Magnets come off your 90° 35-amp flywheel? Here's a fix!
JOHNSON FACTORY SERVICE LITERATURE
|FLYWHEEL MAGNET REPLACEMENT KIT V4 & V6 35 AMP
|IGNITION PARTS, ALL 4-STROKE
|CDI IGNITION PARTS, 4 HP thru 20 HP
|CDI IGNITION PARTS, 25 HP thru 35 HP
|CDI IGNITION PARTS, 40 HP thru 45 HP
|CDI IGNITION PARTS 48 HP thru 55 HP
|CDI IGNITION PARTS, 60 HP thru 65 HP
|CDI IGNITION PARTS, 70 HP thru 85 HP
|CDI IGNITION PARTS, 88 HP thru 100 HP
|CDI IGNITION PARTS,
105 HP thru 140 HP
|CDI IGNITION PARTS, 150 HP thru 175 HP
|CDI IGNITION PARTS, 185 HP thru 300 HP
|CDI IGNITION PARTS, ALL
MODELS OMC SEA DRIVE
|CDI IGNITION PARTS, BATTERY
CD 1967 THRU 1972
|CDI IGNITION PARTS, Power Pack & CD Ignition 1973 THRU 1984
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THE POWERPACK is the portion of the ignition system that stores electrical energy
produced by the stator (or steps up battery voltage and stores it
in older systems) and distributes this power to the ignition coils.
The complexity of this circuitry causes numerous failure modes,
generally the large storage capacitor shorts out.
TROUBLESHOOTING TIP. All
electric start motors have a "stop" or "kill" circuit that carries
all the primary power thru the wiring harness and keyswitch as well
as the emergency stop switch on newer models. Shorting of this high
voltage circuit on magneto energized CD systems many times is the
source of misses, intermittent spark, weak spark and NO spark. An
easy test (and the FIRST test I run) is to disconnect the stop circuit
at the powerpack plug-in or screw terminal. This wire will be black
with a yellow stripe on all modern motors. This will isolate the
harness, etc. and allow you to see if the motor's system is functional.
CAUTION!! The motor will not shut off with the key
during this test. You will have to choke it to shut it down, and
it could start from your turning the flywheel by hand. I do not
recommend you run the motor other than testing with this wire disconnected.
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