1994 Johnson/Evinrude Electric outboards Service Manual, Page 18Get this manual

1994 Johnson/Evinrude Electric outboards Service Manual, Page 18

Battery Recommendations Regular service batteries have been designed and optimized to supply the high current for short periods
gasoline outboard must be connected to the number two battery to avoid severe damage caused by galvanic corrosionRefer to
Battery Connections, Page 1-19, and wiring diagrams at the end of Section and Section 3Battery Testing Battery electrolyte
is an acidic solution and should be handled with careIf electrolyte contacts any part of the body, immediately flush the
exposed area with liberal amounts of water and seek medical aid as soon as possible1Visual Inspection The first step in determining
the condition of battery should be visual inspectionLook for conditions such as damage to the case, loose terminal and evidence
of electrolyte seepageThese signs may indicate improper care, installation, or application of the batteryLook for excessive
corrosion on the battery terminals and cablesCheck the battery cables for worn or frayed insulationReplace cables, if necessaryCheck