1996 Johnson Evinrude "ED" 60 LV 90, 115, 150, 150C, 175 Service Manual, P/N 507127, Page 111Get this manual

1996 Johnson Evinrude "ED" 60 LV 90, 115, 150, 150C, 175 Service Manual, P/N 507127, Page 111

Principles of Operation Flywheel The flywheel contains the permanent magnets necessary to energize the charge coils and power
coil V6has two charge coils Power Coil]The power coil is located on the stator assemblyIt contains many windings (strands
of wire wrapped around metallamination)Once the flywheel exceeds minimum cranking RPM, the flywheel's magnetic lines offorce
cut through the coil windings to produce voltageThe voltage is supplied to the power pack to operate the following systems:
S.L.OWTM warning system QuikStart TM electronic starting Timing sensor Ignition functions Timing Sensor and Timing Wheel
rn sensor provides one consistsper two individual sensorsThe The timing sensor of first signal flywheel revolution and is
used to determine crankshaft positionThe second sensor provides six supplemental timing signals and one additional signal