Q&A Episode 15: No Spark Troubleshooting

Q&A Episode 15: No Spark Troubleshooting

We got a lot of requests to cover troubleshooting some of the issues causing no spark.

How to start Troubleshooting a no spark issue?

Dan goes though some of the first steps in the process. Starting with the connection between the key-switch, battery terminal and coil. Dan also covers whether you coil has an internal or external resistors, so you may need a porcelain block on the fire wall.

We also have Carl introducing another Walck’s exclusive, the Bell Crank Repair Kit 3/4″ With Safety Wedge And Lock Bolt for the MB, GPW, CJ2A 1941-1948

Part Number: 915762

You can see the part here:

 

As always please share you thoughts and experiences below in the comments section.

 

 

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Q&A Episode 16: Horn Button Problems

Dan goes over some of the common problems with the Horn Button.

Common Problems Like:

  • Horn Not working
  • Not making a good connection or is weak
  • Horn blows even when not pressed or always blowing

Have you been having this issues on you CJ, Truck or Wagon?

Share some of your experiences with this,

or do you have an easier fix?

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Q&A Episode 14: Is there a way to put turn signals on and still look original

There is a way to put turn signals on you Jeep and still keep it looking original.

 

You can see its not quite as hard as it sounds, a little can-do spirit and you don’t have to loose that classic look for functional turn signals.

 

Is this something you would do on your restoration project?

Do you have a similar method you have use on a early Jeep you would like to share?

 

Jim Sommer just shared this with me, it’s a 2010 JeepsterNews publication.

Check it out Here: f JUN10 JNews Screen …This shows his answer on how he kept his ’48 Jeepster looking original.

You can check out Jim’s site for the Willy Overland Jeepster Club here: http://jeepsterclub.com/

 

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Walck’s , Willys Jeep Vacuum and Electric Wiper Motors

There are a lot of things to consider when choosing your wiper motors, whether you want to an authentic Vacuum motor or a modern electric motor.

We have rebuilt vacuum motors for the CJ2A, CJ3A, CJ3B,CJ5, CJ6 as well as the Pick Up Truck, Station Wagon, Sedan Delivery, Jeepster. Watch to the end to get tips on how to install the electric motors.

Parts can be found here.

What kind of wipers are you putting on your restoration project?

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