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    Posted: 26 Feb. 2024 at 4:27pm
Could anyone direct me to an exploded view that shows the complete e-brake system on a '46 Cj2a?  I have a good functioning drum with good internals on it, but I am trying to piece together the rest of it from the lever that comes directly off the drum all the way where the cane mounts in the dash.  I would also be interested in purchasing these items as well.   Thank you all in advance.  
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Following. I need all the same parts. 
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Look at the internal e brake diagram on the right.  


Its close if not exactly like a CJ2A

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  Figure 285, page 227, in section P of your SERVICE MANUAL FOR UNIVERSAL JEEP VEHICLES. 
  You do have a service manual, right?
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1951 M38
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  As well as a SERVICE MANUAL, a PARTS LIST is a good thing to have. Figure 45, page 87. 
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Thank you for all of your responses.  Apparently I need to get a bonafide service manual...Smile

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Kaiser Willys has great exploded parts views. I was able to assembly my E Brake which was completely destroyed and laid out in a million pieces. 

Here is a link to the one I found useful:


They have another image shown on the website if you wish to view another.
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