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thanks for the link. are these LED's easy to swap? and how many LED's do you need to swap in the cluster, so i'll know how many to order approximately.
Im getting better at this, so it didnt took me too long. but if you havent done it before it only requires patience and patience and more patience. The process is simple, its just unsoldering the led and soldering the new one.
The numbers depends on what type of cluster you have, if yours have the fuel and temp gauge or just like jhonny, which only have the fuel gauge.
Thanks bro what a great way to celebrate my citizenship, autocrossing on sat and helping a brother on sundayBTW EVERYONE congratulations Lepapirrky on getting his citizenship
Congrats man. bout time! hahaThanks bro what a great way to celebrate my citizenship, autocrossing on sat and helping a brother on sunday
If im not mistaken for the speed and rpms gauge is 6 each, then 3 for the screen and 2 for the turn signal, so thats 17. What is weird and i was expenting it was that on his cluster every single led had to be solder backwards, on mine and evans only couple of them had to be solder that way but his ALL of them. So if you solder it and it doesnt light up, dont freak out. The best way to do it, is first use marker and point out the polarity of the led on the board, do it for all the leds you want to change. Next just unsolder the first 2 leds and solder it the way the green leds were, if thatd doesnt work and the switch the position, you have 3 ways to do it.
Hope this helps