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    Outstanding ! Thank you for the schematic's......

    Outstanding ! Thank you for the schematic's... I'll look into the alternator. I appreciate your input. dan baldwin
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    Ammeter vs. Volt gauge

    I have a '48 Willys with 12 volt conversion. It currently has a ammeter gauge that is virtually useless. It always registers the same reading, even when the starter was shorted out or the battery was...
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    LarrBeard: Well, do I feel like a dummy !!! After...

    LarrBeard: Well, do I feel like a dummy !!! After reading your great directions, I went back out and rechecked the voltages. I quickly realized that I had a good 12.5 volts D.C. between the battery...
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    No Electrial. Dead??

    I have a 1948 (46?) Willys CJ2A. I restored/rebuilt the engine last year and all is fine. runs great. However, last week I left the headlights on after i turned it off, and the battery went dead. I...
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    Milk4you: I have a 14811481 '48 CJ2A with an...

    Milk4you: I have a 14811481 '48 CJ2A with an unusual Left side spare tire. While it is approx. the same size as the four mounted tires, it has never created any problems
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    Well, inspecting a jeep is pretty much the same...

    Well, inspecting a jeep is pretty much the same as any other car. I would look under the frame for obvious rust under both drivers and passenger side as well as rear. Does the jeep run? Brakes...
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    thanks for the information. I'll try what you...

    thanks for the information. I'll try what you suggested. However, knowing virtually nothing about transmissions and transfer cases, how is it possible that the transfer case could be causing the...
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    if you haven't already got it, by all means you...

    if you haven't already got it, by all means you must order a "service manual" before doing anything. these are great and will guide you throughout your project. dan
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    Transmission Problem

    I recently completed a complete engine rebuild on my 48 CJ2A. all is finally well with the rebuild, but now i have discovered that the vehicle will NOT move in 2-wheel drive. It acts like it is stuck...
  10. The single piece windshield and location of gas...

    The single piece windshield and location of gas tank filler SEEMS to indicate a CJ3A Probably post 1949.
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    Never mind. I figured it out. Turns out I had the...

    Never mind. I figured it out. Turns out I had the input leads to the coil backwards..... who knew that a round coil will fit into a round bracket and rotate 360 degrees? When I removed the old coil I...
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    Starting (coil-spark) Problem

    I recently purchased a '48 CJ2A. After having the engine professionally rebuilt it will not start as it did before the rebuild. It has been converted by previous unknown owners to a 12 volt...
  13. Philip, that worked just fine. thanks for the...

    Philip,

    that worked just fine. thanks for the advice. dan B
  14. Thank you. I'll try that. However, I don't see...

    Thank you. I'll try that. However, I don't see how removing the front motor mounts will allow the engine block to lower. The mounts are bolted to the frame on a slanting, diagonal brace that is...
  15. Accelerator (gas) pedal linkage to Carb ????

    After rebuilding my 48 CJ2A engine 4-134 flat head, I finally got the engine reinstalled. However, when I tried to reconnect the accelerator (gas) pedal linkage, it appears that the linkage from the...
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    Accelerator (gas) pedal linkage

    After rebuilding my 48 CJ2A engine 4-134 flat head, I finally got the engine reinstalled. However, when I tried to reconnect the accelerator (gas) pedal linkage, it appears that the linkage from the...
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    Did you look up the vehicle I.D. on the firewall...

    Did you look up the vehicle I.D. on the firewall plate yet? The early '46's had a chain drive timing gear, later models used a gear drive timing gear. I notice that the gas tank does not have the...
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