You know you need to have some taillights on a WW2 jeep, right?

You know you need to have some taillights on a WW2 jeep, right?

WW2 jeep taillights

Two combination taillights and stop lights are located in the rear panel of the jeep body. Each light consists of two separate units in a housing.

The left-hand light contains a combination service tail and stop light unit in the upper part, and a blackout taillight in the lower part. The upper unit consists of the taillight lens, gasket, reflector, and a 21-3 candlepower lamp. The lower unit consists of blackout lens, gasket, reflector, and 3-candlepower lamp.

The right-hand light contains a blackout stop light unit in the upper part, and a blackout taillight in the lower part.  The upper consists of the blackout stop light lens, gasket, reflector and 3-candlepower lamp. The lower unit is the same as the unit in the left light.

These lights are controlled by the blackout (main) light switch.

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