Johnson Evinrude Outboards: Power Pack Diagnosis & Repair Help

Johnson Evinrude Forum Topic: Powerpacks

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3 Power Pack
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Power Pack (Ignition Module) for Johnson Evinrude Outboard

Johnson Evinrude power packA power pack, or ignition module, is the device that controls the timing of ignition functions on all engine cylinders. Some power packs also have a S.L.O.W. (speed limiting operator warning) function that limits the RPMs the engine is capable of attaining. This is important to keep an engine from running at overly-high revolutions during operation. Situations like cavitation when cornering or suddenly losing a propeller could cause a non-limited engine to over-rev causing damage.