Headlight Wire Junction Block (3 post)
Fits 41-71 Jeep & Willys

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Headlight Wire Junction Block (3 post)
Fits 41-71 Jeep & Willys

New Replacement Headlight Wire Junction Block with 3 post terminals.

Just like original junction block to make your headlights work properly. Typically bolts to drivers side inner fender on most applications.

41-45 MB
41-45 GPW
46-49 CJ-2A
49-53 CJ-3A
53-64 CJ-3B
55-71 CJ-5
46-64 Truck
46-64 Station Wagon
48-51 Jeepster

Related Parts:
See hardware kit - 638978.

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Questions: There is a three prong circuit breaker or something on the firewall past the headlight junction block that has three wires attached with spade connectors. I don't see this part available and was wondering what it is. The vehicle does not have turn signals so I know it's not a flasher. The vehicle is a 1949 CJ3a. Thanks.
Question By: Weldon Clinard on Oct 12 2021 11:26 PM
Unoriginal most likely. Email some pictures.
Answer By: Willys Jeep Parts Tech on Oct 13 2021 6:33 AM
Questions: What is the measurement between the two mounting holes?
Question By: Rod Weise on Aug 28 2019 1:48 AM
3" like original.
Answer By: Willys Jeep Parts Tech on Aug 28 2019 7:20 AM
Questions: will this fit a 1967 kaiser jeep commando
Question By: Charles Baldridge on Sep 7 2018 2:25 PM
It would work as a 3 post junction for any Willys.
Answer By: Willys Jeep Parts Tech on Sep 7 2018 9:05 AM
Questions: I have a 1957 CJ-5. The headlights turn off after driving 10 miles. The next day they work again. Then they turn off after 10 miles of driving or about 10 minuets the next day. This has been going on for about 2 months now. What causes this? What needs to be replaced?
Question By: ryan on Jul 5 2012 12:00 AM
Sounds like you could have a short or a bad ground. I would check all of your connections.
Answer By: Willys Tech on Jul 5 2012 12:00 AM
If you have a headlight switch with a circuit breaker check to see if it is hot by reaching under the dash and touching it after it happens. The breaker could have dirty contacts requiring replacement. If you are supplying extra non factory electrical items from that circuit breaker it also could be overloading it. It sounds as if it is tripping and resetting after cooling down. See if it is hot to the touch. Heat equals resistance. And resistance makes more heat. Good luck.
Answer By: Al on Jan 21 2018 12:50 AM