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Ignition Switch with Keys
Fits 46-71 Jeep & Willys

Part # 924918

New Replacement Ignition Switch with Keys

Complete with outside bezel for easy screw on install and lock cylinder wtih keys. Direct replacement for stuck, worn out switches.

Wiring:
IGN> to (+) coil
BAT> + to Battery
Acc> and accessories that need power such as heater, radio, ect
ST> to starter/starter solenoid

Helpful Guides and Illustration:
12 Volt Starter Solenoid Diagram

Fits:
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
57-64 FC-150
57-64 FC-170

Part # Price
924918

$19.49

MSRP:

$19.49

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Will my original six sided lock nut fit your switch instead of using the knurled nut that comes with the new switch?

Willys Jeep Parts Tech:
Email mike@kaiserwillys.com with some photos.

Will this work to replace my ignition in 1950 Willys Truck? Don’t want to bypass the foot start.

Willys Jeep Parts Tech:
Sure, it will work.

I have a '48 CJ2A. How hard is the ignition switch to replace? And, what exactly do I have to do?

Willys Jeep Parts Tech:
Wiring: IGN> to (+) coil BAT> + to Battery Acc> and accessories that need power such as heater, radio, ect ST> to starter/starter solenoid It just screws on and off on the bezel.

I have a 56 CJ5. It has a push button start on the dash that is wire from the starter solenoid through the button and direct to ground. Will this switch work on this system?

Willys Jeep Parts Tech:
Yes, this will work for your set up as well.

Hello, I have a 1967 Willy's M38A1 with the stock V-6. Is this the ignition switch to use with the Pushbutton start?? Thank you,

Willys Jeep Parts Tech:
Send me photos of your vehicle so I can try to help you.

So, can anyone tell me where wires from the speedometer are connected to this ignition switch? These would be oil pressure light hot leg, fuel gauge hot leg, and AMPS hot leg? Do they all go to the ACC or accessory part of the ignition switch? Thanks for your help!

Willys Jeep Parts Tech:
See item description on wiring. Also see part number: 914845 for wiring of speedometer for what sounds like you have a later vehicle.

When using ignition as on/off switch and floor button do u need a selinod?

Willys Jeep Parts Tech:
You could wire it a number of ways depending on starter motor.

I have a 48 Jeep. The key switch allows the push button to start regardless of key position. Should I get a new key switch?

Willys Jeep Parts Tech:
Not sure I understand. Please email mike@kaiserwillys.com what all is happening.

is this for converting from floor starter switch to key-start?

Willys Jeep Parts Tech:
Yes, this has a position to start it direct too and bypass foot start.

Will this key also work for the glove box? My 62 c-j6 keys are lost and it is locked. I ordered this to rewire it and am hoping it works for the glove box.

Willys Jeep Parts Tech:
A key for your glove box would be specific to that.

Will this work for a -69 Jeep Kaiser, M725?

Willys Jeep Parts Tech:
Yes, if you are currently 6 or 12 volts.

Does the switch have the little tab to keep it from spinning in the dash

Willys Jeep Parts Tech:
Once you tighten it down, it will not spin.

Can you point me in the right direction for the wiring diagram? I could not find online. Thanks! ~P.

Willys Jeep Parts Tech:
Here you go: Wiring: IGN> to coil BAT> + to Battery Acc> and accessories that need power such as heater, radio, ect ST> to starter/starter solenoid Thanks

What year did they STOP making the floor mounted Starter button? I have a 53 M38A1 with a total ignition switch. Unclear if this is original or some replaced. To that end where do I find that floor mounted push button starter button?

Willys Tech:
That is unoriginal for the M38A1. You are probabaly running 12 volt now. It was off and on thru the years depending on the vehicle.

How do you write it this way without using the spring loaded right turn it turn right one click but doesnt send power to foot starter?

Willys Jeep Parts Tech:
You could bypass a foot start and wire direct if you wanted to.

My Jeep only has 1 key and I can't find anyone to make me a spare. It is cheap enough to just buy this. My Jeep starts by turning the key all the way to the right and then pushing a push start button. Will this work and is that normal for a 1960/63 CJ3B?

Willys Jeep Parts Tech:
Yes, It has a on position and you can also wire it for a turn start if you desire too. So it will go both ways if you want push start.

I have a 51 truck and it has a push button, what wires go to the button?

Willys Jeep Parts Tech:
If using this ignition switch you probably wouldn't still use the push button. But the push button I would assume is your IGN.
Willys Jeep Parts Tech:
If using this ignition switch you probably wouldn't still use the push button. But the push button I would assume is your IGN.

Hi again - I ordered this switch but it doesn't have a notch to keep it from turning. Mike

Willys Jeep Parts Tech:
Once you tighten down the outside bezel it should stay in position.

I have a '46 CJ 2A 12 volt with voltmeter, no Ammeter. What connects to the Ignition terminal? Coil? Fuel? Alternator yellow wire? Voltmeter?

Willys Jeep Parts Tech:
The yellow wire on the alternator goes to the ignition switch - to the IGN / as as the coil. Thanks

I read all the Q & A's and didn't see this question come up. Looking at your photos for this switch, I don't see terminal nuts to tighten the wires onto the terminals. You say this is a complete switch. Does it include the terminal nuts?

Willys Jeep Parts Tech:
It does come with the terminal nuts. They are in a bag separately but are just not pictured. Thanks

Do you have a diagram of this with a D18 Transfer case to see the other parts and connections?

Willys Jeep Parts Tech:
Please see our 'SHOP BY DIAGRAM' section of our website. Look under both the brake section and transfer case section. We have diagrams of it all.

what wires go on what terminals on the 4 pin switch?

Willys Jeep Parts Tech:
Here you go: Wiring: IGN> to coil BAT> + to Battery Acc> and accessories that need power such as heater, radio, ect ST> to starter/starter solenoid

Will this keyswitch work with the floor pushbutton starter-mz4137-do you have a wiring diagram?

Willys Jeep Parts Tech:
Yes, it will. It would function as a on/off power and then you can still use the floor switch.

Is this a four pole switch and do you have a wiring diagram for it?

Willys Jeep Parts Tech:
This is a 4 pole switch and they are labels on the backside as well for wiring.

I need a key switch for my 1951 m38. Mine is about 25 years old and I'm not getting current from it to the coil. Plus my ammeter doesn't move either, which one do I order?

Willys Jeep Parts Tech:
Depends on your voltage. Please call us toll free. We can help you out.

I have a 47 CJ2A. I have the original ignition switch but the key is missing. Currently mine is set up as an on/off switch with a floor starter button. I would like to keep the floor starter if possible. Can i use this switch as only a on off switch?

Willys Jeep Parts Tech:
Yes, that is how I use it in my CJ-2A.

49 wills cj3a ignition switch. How is it mounted in dash and how is it removed? How can it be tested?

Willys Jeep Parts Tech:
The bezel just unscrews and the ignition switch is removed from the backside of the dash.

I want to replace the current floor mount ignition in my cj2a, will this work fine? Also, with this ignition, I am getting the solid state electronic ignition distributor(923068), the 12 volt ignition coil(933160), and the 12 volt voltage regulator(923130). Is this all I need for my 12 volt ignition system? I have a hi torq starter already.

Willys Tech:
A7225 is the starter switch and this ignition switch is going to work just fine. Your generator would have go to 12 volts. We sell ALT12V if you want too.

Hello .......what chance of a cylinder block remanufacture

Willys Tech:
We are working on a new reproduction cylinder block for 2017. This head is new and ready to ship.

Does this ignition switch have the so called "start feature"? meaning like more modern cars the start all the way right then springs back to run position? I am considering 12v conversion of my jeepster early F-head. thanks Jon.

Willys Tech:
Yes, this has an accessory position and a start position.

Can you tell me what is labeled on the back of the switch and I believe ST stands for starter, then the rest would be ING, BAT and ACC, is this correct? BAT is the hot from Battery, ING would be wired to what, and last is ACC and what would that be and is it always HOT when sw is on? When the sw is turned will it start the starter?

Willys Tech:
The ign would be off your ignition switch. I believe we do have a schematic for this. Please call us toll free. We can help.

I have a 48 CJ2A. my ignition switch is built into the coil and the whole thing mounts behind the dash. its 6 volt. do you sell the whole assembly or does it come apart?

Willys Tech:
Nobody makes that style anymore. You have to mount your coil on the engine now. We sell both the coil and coil mounting bracket too.

I just purchased a 1953 truck and the key was lost in the estate sale. My ignition switch mounts to a bezel in the dash with a spring and it just presses in and twists into place. I want to keep the original bezel that says starter on it and want to know if this switch will work with this spring or if has to be attached with the retaining nuts provided?

Willys Tech:
You will need to use this complete replacement in its place.

WILL YOUR ITEM #924918 FIT OR BETTER YET REPLACE MY SWITCH ON A 1961 FC-150?

Willys Tech:
It should work just fine for you.

is this the complete switch?

Willys Tech:
Yes it is the complete switch.

I have a 1961 cj5, and need to put in switch. Is the switch (924918) a four post switch? And is this the correct switch for my jeep? Does it come with electrical diagram?

Willys Tech:
Yes that is correct. This will be the proper one for you.

Is this switch 12 volt or 6 volt? I am looking for a 12 volt.

Willys Tech:
It works on either 6 or 12 volt.

What is the diameter of this switch where it would go through the dash?

Willys Tech:
It is approx 3/4 just like original.

does this work with an m38

Willys Tech:
Yes it will work fine if you are running 6 or 12 volt.

I need to replace the starter on a 1951 CJ3A. The current started is an orginal with a mechanical start, whic is missing some parts. I am considering the starter number 641157 (12V). In the distription this start switch is suggested. I recentlyt purchased the Jeep. The jeep has an on/off switch. When I need to start the Jeep I put the switch in the on position and have someone push me. Question, with this switch will it replace this on/off or will this switch be in addition to the on/off

Willys Tech:
Yes this is a complete ignition switch. WIth the original starter they used a mechanical linkage start. Our hi-torque starters do away with this.

Does this switch have 3 positions, OFF-ON-SPRING RETURN ?

Willys Tech:
Yes, that is correct.

I hava a 53 CJ3A. I got it with some missing parts. It doesn't have a starter button on the floor. Will this start the engine without the floor mounted starter button?

Willys Tech:
Yes, you can wire it that way if you dont have a mechanical start.
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