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Old 24-08-2014, 09:02   #1
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12 volt power from Mercury 9.9 hp

I have a Mercury 9.9 2-stroke outboard. Is there a way to get a 12-volt power from it. I previously owned a Marina 15hp which came with a 12 volt cigarette lighter plug. Thanks
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Re: 12 volt power from Mercury 9.9 hp

Yes but the output even at high revs is so low you would be better off buying a solar panel.

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