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Blue LED gauge cluster

Hi everyone,
I was doing my LED conversion for the gauge cluster. I used blue LEDs. However, when I turned the light on, the LEDs were lit but no light came through the gauges. It seems like there is a electroluminescent film in the back of those gauges that won't show any other color but orange. I am not really sure about this. Anyone know how to make it show blue color? Thanks
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Re: Blue LED gauge cluster

You have to scrap the stuff off that's behind each number, also, it'd be better to use LED strips
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You have to scrap the stuff off that's behind each number, also, it'd be better to use LED strips
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Re: Blue LED gauge cluster

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You have to scrap the stuff off that's behind each number, also, it'd be better to use LED strips
You dont have to...I mean yea, it would look better but it'll work with regular leds and without scratching the film off.

OP what LEDs did you buy and are you sure that they are all on? Also, where is your dimmer set? you should be able to see em just fine...
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Re: Blue LED gauge cluster

FYI: Blue is the least luminescant color of all L.E.D.'s available.
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Re: Blue LED gauge cluster

im goin to do this sometime next week but before i order the bulbs, does it matter that my car is auto <-- i know :( bc i read a post that said it might be but i couldnt get a clear answer, so if anyone knows please let me know! thanks
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it does not matter if your car is automatic or manual. What does matter is that you get the right [twist-lock] base for the light and you should go with the lights that have 2 or 3 L.E.D.'s per unit.
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ok thanks, so the right one would be "Tri-Power 3LED Bulb" from Autolumination Instrument Panel Light Bulbs & Lamps) ? for 5.99
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Leds look great and it seems like there taking over the lighting industry
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They use Less Power (efficiency)
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ok thanks, so the right one would be "Tri-Power 3LED Bulb" from Autolumination Instrument Panel Light Bulbs & Lamps) ? for 5.99
Those are the ones I used. If you get hotspots you can sort of adjust the bulbs to by bending them a wee bit...
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Re: Blue LED gauge cluster

yeah i did mine recently, climate control, cruise & sunroof switches, cluster, and e-hazard switch, all super white LED. cluster still has a slight orange tint. idk how i can get rid of it. i assume u'd have to take the needles off and lightly sand down the back. not sure.
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Re: Blue LED gauge cluster

Thanks for all the replies, guys. I finally got it done today. Here's some pics. Thanks for all the info and write-ups on this forum.
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Re: Blue LED gauge cluster

^^^ looks sick yo.. i see u got ur fog light switch still original green color. i cant change mine either unless i solder new LEDs in the switch to replace the green ones. same w/ climate control lil green lights on buttons.
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Thanks for all the replies, guys. I finally got it done today. Here's some pics. Thanks for all the info and write-ups on this forum.
Did you use the "Tri-Power 3 LED Bulb" from Autolumination?

I really like how yours came out and am wondering which bulbs you used.
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The government up here in Canada tried to convert some traffic lights to LED. During the winter, the lighting wasn't giving out enough heat to melt the ice covering the traffic light and accidents started to happen. Back to filament bulbs... lol
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I used a LED strip from ebay ($4 from Hong Kong). I connected the strip to one of the original filament bulbs and put tri-leds from autolumination in the other 3 positions. That's why you can see some "hot spots" in the gauge.
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The government up here in Canada tried to convert some traffic lights to LED. During the winter, the lighting wasn't giving out enough heat to melt the ice covering the traffic light and accidents started to happen. Back to filament bulbs... lol
lol that sucks. we have LEDs in some of our traffic lights. some of them are still old school w/ filament bulbs tho.
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Re: Blue LED gauge cluster

from auto illumination, use these

Introducing the Matrix II 5 led 5x brighter than than conventional single #74 leds

5x leds emit light in all directions Bulbs are 3/4" (22mm) x 1/4 (7mm)" diameter at widest point with T5mm base to fit standard #74 or #37 sockets.


i just replaced my tripowers with these and what a difference. they are on the same page just one item below the tri powers. get some twist lock bases but only use them as a back up. i keep frying my board with them but never with the toshiba ones.
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Introducing the Matrix II 5 led 5x brighter than than conventional single #74 leds

5x leds emit light in all directions Bulbs are 3/4" (22mm) x 1/4 (7mm)" diameter at widest point with T5mm base to fit standard #74 or #37 sockets.


i just replaced my tripowers with these and what a difference. they are on the same page just one item below the tri powers. get some twist lock bases but only use them as a back up. i keep frying my board with them but never with the toshiba ones.
I've been considering doing this. My temp gauge led has started acting funny if I drive around long enough at night...To what are you referring with regards to toshiba though?
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the factory bulb holders are toshiba's
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the factory bulb holders are toshiba's
I had a feeling thats what you were talking about.
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lol that sucks. we have LEDs in some of our traffic lights. some of them are still old school w/ filament bulbs tho.
I am originally from minnesota and they also had a problem with the LED's as traffic lights. lol
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i just replaced my tripowers with these and what a difference. they are on the same page just one item below the tri powers. get some twist lock bases but only use them as a back up. i keep frying my board with them but never with the toshiba ones.
do they really work better? i had the tri-power ones for about a month..so far i already had to have the cluster bulbs replaced and the twist locks.. they're ****ty quality. i got mine from autolumination.com too. i found some on ebay that were even better quality and way cheaper. lol
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^^ fasho,, ima check it out
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