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Old May 16th, 2013, 02:00 PM
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Default LED lights that fit the dash - Brighter indicators

I just wanted to let everyone know that I got those LEDs installed in the dash. Theyre a heck of a lot brighter than stock and they really look nice. They're 1.39 each so they're dirt cheap too.

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Oh wow. Adding to "the list". Thanks!!!
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Thanks Kieth and FetchMeaPepsi; look forward to some nighttime photos!
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Pics?
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Old March 28th, 2014, 07:38 PM
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I never did take any night pics. By the time nighttime falls I'm elbow deep in making dinner and feeding the beasties. I'll try to remember Saturday night. Too dang cold today (54 deg)! BRRR!
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I never did take any night pics. By the time nighttime falls I'm elbow deep in making dinner and feeding the beasties. I'll try to remember Saturday night. Too dang cold today (54 deg)! BRRR!
I wish it would get up to 54*!!! I'd like to see night pics too, I have a couple GMC's that use those bulbs!

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Well guys Cecilia wasn't cooperating with me today. I turned her lights on and only one bulb lit up. Probably a grounding issue. I'll add dash repair to my to-do list. Sorry fellas!
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Well guys Cecilia wasn't cooperating with me today. I turned her lights on and only one bulb lit up. Probably a grounding issue. I'll add dash repair to my to-do list. Sorry fellas!

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Hey Pepsi will those wedge base bulbs actualy fit and work? And I thought I've seen everything I'll have to get some...Vernski
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Hey Pepsi will those wedge base bulbs actualy fit and work? And I thought I've seen everything I'll have to get some...Vernski
They sure do fit! They should last 50k hours too and they're quite a bit brighter. I prefer them over the old standard bulbs that always seem to burn out.
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