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|03-01-2019 09:48 AM|
|Curmudgen||Thanks for the additional advice. I had printed off a few pages, but saving them to a device locally hadn't even crossed my mind. I'll be doing that very soon.|
|02-28-2019 08:19 AM|
Originally Posted by bob4703 View Post
|02-28-2019 07:35 AM|
Originally Posted by Curmudgen View Post
Download the entire TSM and have it ready for use. A few years back my wife gave me a Nook--an electronic reader. I downloaded the TSM and copied it to the reader. I recently got a new Nook which cost me $50. I keep the old one charged and take it with me when I go work on the Jeep.
However you choose to use it this TSM in PDF will be a tool you use often.
|02-25-2019 03:51 PM|
|Curmudgen||Thanks for the links to those manuals CSP. Bookmarked them already and will certainly reference them frequently. Could have saved myself $20 or so dollars on that Haynes Repair Manual had I known about this site and those links last week. Oh well, live and learn.|
|02-25-2019 02:12 PM|
Here's something WAY more useful and accurate than your Haynes manual: http://oljeep.com/edge_74_tsm.html
This one too: http://oljeep.com/edge_74_parts_manual.html
|02-25-2019 01:59 PM|
Thanks, CSP I appreciate the quick response.
#6 may still be the hazards. When I pulled on that "handle" it just came off. Guess I will be getting out the pliers to see if I can get any of these to pull out or turn. If not, at least I know what should be in a few of these. The others are probably to things that got stripped off before my father got it 10 years ago.
|02-25-2019 01:34 PM|
Of them, only #2 and $3 are factory switches/indicators, with 3 being the wipers and 2 the label/indicator for the wiper switch.
The Choke is buried in the indicator spot for the hazards. Whatever that is in #6 is sitting where the hazard light switch is supposed to be.
|02-25-2019 12:47 PM|
1974 CJ5 Dash lights and switches?
I just recently inherited a 1974 CJ5 with an in-line 6 (232).
The dash is pretty much toast. I need some assistance in learning what all the indicators and switches are supposed to do.
1 - Unknown - it pulls out but doesn't seem to do anything
2 - Some sort of an indicator. I think it has something to do with #3
3 - Unknown
4 - Unknown
5 - I think it says "BRAKE" on it, but I don't know what it is supposed to be. A button, an indicator light?
6 - Unknown
I just purchased a Haynes Repair Manual for the 1949 through 1986 CJ hoping it would provide me some additional information on my particular dash, but it did not.
I am brand new to this site, so if there is somewhere I can go on here or another site to assist in my learning about my jeep and what these lights and switches are supposed to do, I would greatly appreciate the assistance.