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Technical Alert For Sea-Doo Personal Watercraft Users
Sea-Doo Personal Watercrafts tend to transfer an electrical load to the battery while in storage. If not properly maintained, you may not get the top performance from your battery. This brand of watercraft experiences an electrical load on the battery during storage, caused by a control module monitoring the lanyard socket. If the lanyard is left installed, the electrical drain is 18 ma after 10 minutes of shutting down the engine. If the lanyard is removed, the electrical drain is 7 ma. Over time these electrical loads can cause considerable loss of battery capacity. For Sea-Doo watercraft always disconnect the lanyard from its socket when not riding the watercraft. Install a waterproof disconnect switch (item #32965) in the negative battery cable, so the battery can be disconnected after riding.
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Q:Does this replace a 24M12 Marine Battery?Asked on 10/29/2014 by Heather
A:No. The 24M12 is a 6-Volt battery. This one is 12-volt and is a direct replacement for CB16CLB and YB16CL-B batteries, which are very common in 2-stroke Yamaha and SeaDoo PWC's.Answered on 10/29/2014 by Product Expert from Overtons
Q:If a battery isn't being used for 6-8 months. Does it need to be charged? On sealed battiersAsked on 5/7/2012 by Anonymous
A:Absolutely!!!Answered on 10/1/2012 by Justin from Overton's