[200q20v] Interior lights
nhvonhof at attbi.com
Fri Jan 25 17:23:26 EST 2002
I used the recommended (in the link that Henry Harper sent) Radio Shack bulbs for
the seat heater switches and they worked perfectly. Seemed to be the same
brightness and definitley not too hot. So far I have not had to replace any other
bulbs so I don't know about the other recommendations.
Brett Dikeman wrote:
> At 8:45 AM -0700 1/25/02, Henry A Harper III wrote:
> >On Friday, January 25, 2002 4:31 AM, Dmohlemacher at aol.com
> >[SMTP:Dmohlemacher at aol.com] wrote:
> >> Any advice\experience on replacing the lights in the switches on the center
> >> console? (Seat heater switch, ABS switch, etc.)
> >Good writeup (part numbers, etc) at http://www.20v.org/acclight.htm... seat
> >heater switches are soldered tiny bulbs, other switches are press-fit tiny
> >bulbs. I have done both my seat heater switches, James' seat heater switches,
> >and the other three switches on my car. Just be careful in the prying apart of
> >the switch, especially in colder temperatures.
> Problem with this writeup is that they mention various part numbers
> etc, but with a disclaimer that they're too bright/hot. For example,
> the regular panel switches, the wagner #...does anyone have a bulb
> that -is- the right brightness?
> Maybe it's just me, but this seems like something blau would excel
> at. Maybe I should call Mac up @Clair and ask him what his prices
> are, or if they cross-reference to something else.
> There's also the whole possibility with LEDs(save for the switch's
> indicator light)...
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