Please don't waste your money! This is exactly what I'm talking about. Go to Radio Shack, or wherever you can get SUPER BRIGHT LED's in the states, and buy yourself as many 680 Ohm resistors as you buy LED's. Modify your existing fittings with the resistor in series with the LED to the power source. It's exactly what these guys are doing (and charging you a mint for)...Br0ken said:Found this on eBay, But for 15usd for 2 and we need 5 in the Dash Cluster is a bit retarded.
LED socketed replacement Bulbs.
lol your the person this thread was made forBr0ken said:Good question, I just did a search on it and nothing really comes up.
I tried a few other sites and only came up with bits and pieces of info. Most point out to LEDs for replacement, But nothing pacific on what LEDs to get so on.
Anyone on the forums have Brighten and Gotten a more blood red look out of the cluster gauge, i too would like to know how and if any how-to's was wrote up.
Br0ken said:yeah i also seen a few how~to's there as well for the Climate bud..
Now for my dash.. i did what i was told on the LED for the dash, its ok looking.. but not the dark red i was tryn to get. it might be these cheap LED's. Also now when i go to dim the dash it doesn't much effect it.
I'm gonna go buy some better ones this coming weekend and see if thats the issue.