1995 Johnson/Evinrude Outboards 25, 35 3-Cylinder Service Manual, Page 225Get this manual

1995 Johnson/Evinrude Outboards 25, 35 3-Cylinder Service Manual, Page 225

If the battery is to be slow chargedadjust electrolyte to proper level by adding water, then cha rge the battery at amperes
other method should be used to determine the charge condition of batteryNote also that hydrometer reading is not accurate
if water has been recently added, because the water has not had chance to mix with the electrolyteThe proper water level
should be maintained at all timesIf water is added in freezing weather, the battery should be charged to full charge at onceOnly
pure distilled water or water approved for battery use should be added to the battery to replace water lost through evaporationNever
add acid except when acid has been lost by spillingInstall the battery near the motorMount the battery in ventilated case
and attach the case to the boatA loose battery may shift in the boat damaging itself or other equipmentTighten hold-down
nuts evenly until the battery is secureIf hold-down nuts are too tight, distortion and damage to the battery case will resultConnect