Re: early 1939 ignition switch

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Posted by carl on October 11, 2021 at 07:47:39 [URL] [DELETE] :

In Reply to: early 1939 ignition switch posted by Gary Johnson on October 11, 2021 at 06:29:07:

You need to get the manuals and fully understand the parts and when they changed. First, does you s/n has a STAR prefix and suffix with the 9N stamp? The original 1939 9N dash panel had, on the LH side, the AMMETER, The Start Pushbutton, the IGNITION ON Lamp, and a plug to add a light switch. The RH Dash Panel had the Oil Pressure gauge and right next to it the Ignition Key Switch. Below was the choke lever and knob. Later, the pushbutton was moved to the lower shifter cover and the ignition switch was moved to the LH steering column. As changes were made, they’d include wiring harnesses. You can get exact-as-original wiring from AGRI-SERVICES in NY. JUST8NS sells a ‘like original’ ignition switch for the early 9N dash –see link


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