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Subject: Re: Yanmar 1GM Alternator

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Date Posted: 30/06/06 14:25:21
In reply to: Richard Swire 's message, "Yanmar 1GM Alternator" on 30/06/06 12:50:58

I thought there was supposed to be a difference between marine alternators and auto ones.

Something to do with the control systems, as marine batteries need a charge from a low position whilst auto batteries don't usually have any draw when the engine isn't running.

Mind you, a charge management system would presumably get past that.

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Re: Yanmar 1GM AlternatorNeil30/06/06 15:30:22
    Re: Yanmar 1GM AlternatorRichard Swire 4/07/06 11:59:16

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