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Old 07-25-2013, 05:04 PM   #1
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Changing Instrument Cluster Lights

Am (and other aftermarket parts suppliers) don't have a lot of options for our instrument clusters. I was wondering if we could remove it and replace the bulbs in there with brighter LED's. does anyone know anyone who has done this? Or that its even possible?
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Yeah dude! Completely possible! I know a couple people that have done it, i don't quite remember the bulb size.
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Yeah dude! Completely possible! I know a couple people that have done it, i don't quite remember the bulb size.
Sweet thanks! So what do you do. Take the ones that are there off and solder the led's in? And do you know if the brightness scroller on the side still worked?
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Sweet thanks! So what do you do. Take the ones that are there off and solder the led's in? And do you know if the brightness scroller on the side still worked?
I didn't do it myself, but my friend did, he had to get the mew LED's soldered in by his dad (electrical engineer) and it worked. No clue about the brightness scroller, but by what i know on 99-04's the scroller doesn't work once you put in LED's
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I didn't do it myself, but my friend did, he had to get the mew LED's soldered in by his dad (electrical engineer) and it worked. No clue about the brightness scroller, but by what i know on 99-04's the scroller doesn't work once you put in LED's
Hmm. Not sure why it wouldn't work. Sucks that there's no info on this online.
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Can you vary the brightness on LED's? I thought that they are either on full or off.
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Found this!


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