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Governor control hole in dash.
06/04/19 at 02:34:24
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I think this is one for Bob.  My early CJ3A has an apparently factory hole for the governor control.  Was this a feature on all 3As or was it not on later models.  Mine is a very early 49.
  

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Re: Governor control hole in dash.
Reply #1 - 06/05/19 at 20:10:07
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All CJ-3As had provision for the governor control.
  

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Re: Governor control hole in dash.
Reply #2 - 06/09/19 at 11:22:21
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My 48 Willys made tub has that feature. Well it did. Dad smashed it flat when he wanted that area to mount his Spartan push button turn signal switch. SO when I did my body work that got plugged and smoothed over. My Wiper switch is now going in that area.
  

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Re: Governor control hole in dash.
Reply #3 - 07/03/19 at 13:36:03
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Coincidence!  I was just going to post a pix today to try to discover the purpose of that switch.  The previous owner of my CJ3A used it to operate a small fan mounted on the steering column.  I have never used it.
  

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