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Old 06-21-2007, 10:02 PM
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LED lights ?

Does anyone know how to install led lights in vents in 5th gen ? is it possible to do this without removing the dashboard ? if anyone has done this please reply.Also what is a good wire to use as my power sourse before i go cutting into my 12v ac adapter
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I've not done it on 5g, but done it on a mate's car, old Mazda 323.

Having spent considerable time working underneith the dash of my beloved 5g, I can't see how you'd do it without taking the dash out. Good luck mate.
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guages: #74 bulb
dash (heater controls): #24 bulb

dont forget to grab the holders for these LEDs as well. its all twist lock type. no soldering :)

i got the URLs for websites that sell em' but i dont have enough posts here. PM me?
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guages: #74 bulb
dash (heater controls): #24 bulb

dont forget to grab the holders for these LEDs as well. its all twist lock type. no soldering :)

i got the URLs for websites that sell em' but i dont have enough posts here. PM me?


I asked for how to install them not the parts i have them already .
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Old 06-29-2007, 11:05 PM
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Surprisingly i was able to pop all 3 vent sections out of dash without removing dashboard. will post pictures tomorrow !!!
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awesome.. just dont harm the lude.. be careful...
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LED Lights wired to ciggerette adapter )hardwired_) when switch is on ligths work fine when car is started when switch turned off after they were on shorts the fuse anyone know what problem could be ?
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