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post #11 of 43 (permalink) Old 09-15-2010, 06:33 PM
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Trunk Light Bulb Number?????

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I just went and picked up 2 red bulbs for my map lights. Cost $3.49 at my local Advanced Auto and it glows the hell out of the car bright red. Cheaper alternative to neons for now. Victor is the company that makes the bulb and the size is 194r. Part number 10194-8. Just throwing that out there. And as far as trunk I believe it is the same is the dome light. Just take it out and compare them.

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Just bought a dome led light from v-LEDs, bright as all hell and a great color blue!
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post #16 of 43 (permalink) Old 12-30-2010, 05:38 PM
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FOr the license plate bulbs what kind of LED would be best for it?

V-LEDS HID 5K WHITE 4 M-SMT 2W HIGH POWER BULBS 194 168 158

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2 HID 6K WHITE SMT 5 LED LIGHT BULBS 194 168 158 2821

And for the map light

http://www.v-leds.com/Interior-LED/D...-p8194095.html

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http://www.v-leds.com/Interior-LED/D...-p6053721.html

Just trying to see what type would emit the best amount of light.

And lastly, are the lights for the gauge cluster changeable? Not so much the warning lights but the speedo and tach.

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whats a good LED License plate blub?

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Good info. I have a few lights that need to be replaced

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Projector Bulb Sizes

1st Gen Projectors
High - H1
Low - H1

2nd Gen Projectors
High - H1
Low - H7

3rd Gen Projectors
High - H1
Low - H1

4th Gen Projectors
High - H7
Low - H7

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