Directional turn signal & hazard wiring lead. Note: You will reuse your old 6 way plug when you Fits:
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Was the right part just shipping was to pricey
I have a 4L 134 from a 42 MB and this pully doesn't fit the timing cover. pully can't seat all the way due to interference with the ring on the timing cover,
Exact replacement. Well made, no issues at all
Would purchase again.
haven't installed it yet,but is what I needed
These are great and looked amazing on my 1972 jeep commando I would highly recommend them.
Part fit perfect and was easy to teplace
decent enough looking shift boot but it will never, ever fit the willys trucks or wagons...ever
Was very straightforward. The marking on all the packages made it simple.
Great fitment, fast shipping, I will continue to order through The Jeepsterman!! I have purchased through Kaiser Willy’s as well and will only go through The Jeepsterman from now on, just because of the fast shipping and getting parts out the door without any delay.
It worked just fine.
Order taken very quickly. And sent in a few days and correct. Worked well . John Thanks for the help
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.
Directional Turn Signal & Hazard Wiring Lead, 1967-1973, Jeepster Commando, Wagoneer, J Series Truck, CJ5, CJ6 and Commando
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.
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