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Directional Turn Signal & Hazard Wiring Lead, 1967-1973, Jeepster Commando, Wagoneer, J Series Truck, CJ5, CJ6 and Commando

Directional Turn Signal & Hazard Wiring Lead, 1967-1973, Jeepster Commando, Wagoneer, J Series Truck, CJ5, CJ6 and Commando

Part #: 948845
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Directional turn signal & hazard wiring lead. Note: You will reuse your old 6 way plug when you  Fits:

  • 1967-1971 Jeepster Commando
  • 1972-1973 Jeep Commando
  • 1962-1973 J Series Truck
  • 1966-1973 CJ-5 and CJ-6
  • 1966-1973 Jeep Wagoneer 

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tony
Pretty good

The holes to secure it did need to be drilled (as other reviews have said) and by doing this you eliminate the metal sleeve. Hopefully the plastic will hold up. Also the power and hazards lines should have been longer since they plugs in about 6” away from the connector.

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LUTHER PHILLIPS
Jeepster Commando turn signal switch

Unit worked fine when I figured out the wiring. Threads for the arm needed to be redone in 1/4-28. Don’t know what thread pitch this switch was. Probably metric. Working nicely now.

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Santiago Ramirez

Directional Turn Signal & Hazard Wiring Lead, 1967-1973, Jeepster Commando, Wagoneer, J Series Truck, CJ5, CJ6 and Commando

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Dale Severns
commando turn signal

the operation was ok but the brass sleeves on the turn side of this switch was not large enough for the #6 screws to pass through for mounting. hasd to remove trhe sleeves.

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Rycky Stark

I wired it in and the hazard lights are on all the time and the right directional stays on when switch is in the neutral position I called to exchange for an other one and was told it was my ground for the lights if the lights are working just don’t shut off it’s not the ground it’s a faulty switch so I guess I go else where