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G503 WWII 1943 Willys MB Type II Filter Suppression Capacitors

This article describes the Electrical Type II Filter Suppression Capacitor researched by Mark Tombleson. Mark's 1944 MB-NAVY-MZ-1 Radio Jeep is a terrific restoration project.

This article applies to Willys MB WWII Military Jeeps 

1. The Type II Suppression that Nabholtz shows as starting Dec 43 with MB serial # 289001. Here is a list of filters that you need for the Type II Suppression.
WO-A-8010 filter, .25 MFD., mounted to voltage regulator, mounts to the screw closest to the front of the jeep and attaches to the battery terminal of the regulator.
WO-A-8883 filter unit, .01 MFD is closest to the dash.

2. WO-A-7849 filter, .5 MFD., mounted on starter motor switch on the hot terminal side.

3. WO-A-8884 filter, 0.01 MFD., mounted to ignition switch on the hot terminal side.

4. WO-A-7848 filter, 0.1 MFD., mounted on coil stud… is the stud attaching the coil bracket to the block, using the stud closest to the rear of the

5. WO-A-5337 filter unit, .1 MFD, generator ground to armature circuit mounts on the screw for the generator ground and attaches to the armature terminal of the generator.

6. WO-A-7600 filter unit, .5 MFD, for the radio terminal box found under the passengers seat (box bolts into 4 holes in side panel).

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