Has anyone replaced the OEM lighting to the colored LEDs? If so, was it worth the time?
Josh, Yours look like "cube" which is what I used from Speedo years ago and was disappointed.I did and love them. They are worth the effort if you don't screw up the circuit board yes. The only problem though is once you change them you'll like them so much all the rest of the lights in the inside will seem dull and you won't be satisfied till they all match.... ask me how I know.
I ended up removing the old socket lights and just soldering all my LED lights in place. You need to make sure you get the correct LED's though that are dimmable otherwise they will be too bright.
Here's a couple pics of my dark blue LED interior.
Thanks, the LED's I soldered into my interior are not the cubes, they are more like small "pancake" style lights. I'll have to show you a pic of them.Josh, Yours look like "cube" which is what I used from Speedo years ago and was disappointed.
I really, really like the lights (LED) you installed, what brand are they??
I paid $1.95 ea for the LED's I am trying. But they seem to show "hot" spot behind bulb, yours doesn't.
Hey Josh, How about giving us a tutorial for all of the internal lights. Yours look great!!!!!!!
I have the console lights you put in and they are great!!!!
I was looking into some brighter lights recently, and came across some like you showed using. Would theses be like the ones you used? They come in several colors. Do you recommend the white?
Amazon, but mine are dark blue. You can also get them in red, green, white, and ice blue. If you just replace the gauge cluster I think it's 9 or 11 lights, but for the entire interior I believe you will need 33 lights total so keep that in mind when buying the LED lights if you plan on going all the way with it. Plus buy extra just incase you break one as they're pretty fragile.Thanks Josh, the lights Darbysan posted say they are dimable.
You are most helpful. You posted just what I was looking for, the headlight control and the HVAC controls.
Where did you get the ones you used.
Not for the faint of heart project....a bad solder joint or a burned land is BAD