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Jeep Cj2 Dash

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The same gauge arrangement and E-brake handle is used on 2As and 3As, but dashboards differ from earlier military models in that the glove box is gone and a single center-mounted dash light is used. The steering column is also mounted higher in the dash, and the space above the column was originally used for the column shifter of early CJ-2s (arrow). The transmission cover was raised and set back farther than on the MB, due to the use of a slightly larger T-90 transmission. Early CJ-3Bs used the standard dash design, but later ones used the large speedometer cluster of the CJ-5.