Willys Edition JL Club Thread

Jolonghorn

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did you find the Morse Code yet?
Ok. Where is this? I have a 2018 JLUR and not sure I’ve seen this Easter Egg yet.
 

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like LemonsOnly said above, on at least some of them, it's underneath the 'JL' logo on the left side of the interior just inside of the tailgate below the 12V plug. i don't know if it's different depending on different years, or options that might take up that space.

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funny (to me, at least); although i've been a Ham Radio Operator for many years and made thousands of contacts in CW (Morse Code), i don't 'get' it when i see Code visually, and had to sound it out to myself.

"Di-dah-dah-dah
Di-dah-di-dit".

Ok. Where is this? I have a 2018 JLUR and not sure I’ve seen this Easter Egg yet.
 

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like LemonsOnly said above, on at least some of them, it's underneath the 'JL' logo on the left side of the interior just inside of the tailgate below the 12V plug. i don't know if it's different depending on different years, or options that might take up that space.

IMG_7549.JPG


funny (to me, at least); although i've been a Ham Radio Operator for many years and made thousands of contacts in CW (Morse Code), i don't 'get' it when i see Code visually, and had to sound it out to myself.

"Di-dah-dah-dah
Di-dah-di-dit".
I'm very rusty on Morse. But it reads e o e t i to me. Doesn't make sense.
 

Jolonghorn

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like LemonsOnly said above, on at least some of them, it's underneath the 'JL' logo on the left side of the interior just inside of the tailgate below the 12V plug. i don't know if it's different depending on different years, or options that might take up that space.

IMG_7549.JPG


funny (to me, at least); although i've been a Ham Radio Operator for many years and made thousands of contacts in CW (Morse Code), i don't 'get' it when i see Code visually, and had to sound it out to myself.

"Di-dah-dah-dah
Di-dah-di-dit".
So what does that mean? I recall seeing it now.
 

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