1995 Johnson/Evinrude Outboards 9.9, 15 four-stroke Service Manual, Page 78Get this manual

1995 Johnson/Evinrude Outboards 9.9, 15 four-stroke Service Manual, Page 78

[] 6Test spark plug leads for continuityCalibrate ohmmeter on low ohms scaleAttach one ohmmeter lead to each spring terminalWhile
primary terminal Connect the analyzer's black primary lead to the coil's ground tab Connect the analyzer's high tension lead
to one of the coil's high tension lead terminals Connect jumper lead between the other high tension terminal and the coil's
ground tabA steady spark at, or before, maximum specified amperage indicates the coil is goodRefer to Ignition Coil SpecificationsSurface
leakage Test The ignition coil and spark plug lead should be tested for leakage or insulation failures using the ignition
analyzerleakage is caused by moisture, cracks, or holes in the coil housing or spark plug leads[] With the analyzer's black
and red leads still connected from the Power Test, remove the analyzer's high tension lead and jumper lead from the coilTurn