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Mate
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Registered: ‎11-23-2020

2013 Etec 40

I have a 2013 model Etec 40. My question is that the owner manual shows that the ECM/EMM should be capable of providing 25 amp battery charging. Not sure that mine is. I am thinking that i shoud see 13.2 - 13.8 volts at the battery if being charged properly from the engine. same as i would see from an alternator. New battery, all connections have been thoroughly cleaned and check. Is this charge voltage assumption correct? When i look at pictures of the ECM/EMM it has a label showing what i believe to be LED indicators for different faults in the ECM/EMM. Is this correct? Located next to the raw water connections?

Admiral
Posts: 9,585
Registered: ‎07-14-2011

Re: 2013 Etec 40

up to 14.6 volts for a fully charged battery, less voltage during charging.

Use an ammeter and a load tester to find actual or max. charging amperage

 

 

 


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