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Unread 12-08-2013, 07:56 PM   #1
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Picture please of Mike location for Jeep originally equiped with AM/FM/CB radio

The radio that came with the Jeep was an AN/FM radio. An original AM/FM/CB radio has been installed in it's place.

Bob has added a bracket to hold the jack for the mike for the CB. I need a picture of where the stock mike would have been mounted in a Jeep that came equipped with the AM/FM/CB radio





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This is from the Jamboree Accessories brochure, courtesy of Keith460: http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f8/am...tions-1351069/
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Yep, that's where it goes. My long time friends father had a Jeep Jamboree model back in the 80's and that is where the mic was mounted.
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Unread 12-09-2013, 07:25 AM   #4
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Keith is the one that told me to use a cigarette lighter bracket to hold the mike jack.

Thanks, I'm going to have to find a new mike as the one I have the cord is stretched and would drag on the floor if I mounted it there.

In the picture on the dash to the bottom left side of the steering column bezel appears to be a switch/button (next to the light switch).



What was that for (fog lights maybe)? I would like to separate my driving lights from the high beams, currently the solenoid for the driving lights is tripped whenever the high beams are on.

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If I remember, that switch was for the optional winch from Jeep which my friends dad had on his 82 Jamboree. I think it turned to the left and right and then you pushed it in to power the winch. Turning would change the direction of spooling.

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