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Interior LED types.

Discussion in 'A4/S4 forum(B5 Chassis)' started by jonnya, Jan 19, 2007.

  1. jonnya

    jonnya Member

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    Hi,

    I saw:

    http://hometown.aol.co.uk/curld7/AudBlueDash.html

    Which I think is docurley? I really prefer the blue to the Audi red.

    I want to swap out some of my interior LEDS and was wondering what types
    I would need. Anybody have this information? Also, can you be a specific as
    possible in terms of size, type voltage etc. - I haven't done much work with
    LEDs before although I am pretty handy with a soldering iron.
     
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  3. docurley

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    Yes thats my web site, what bulbs are you looking to change?
     
  4. AndyMac

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    Blimey that looks incredible. Do you offer this as a service docurley?
     
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    i'd be interested in replacing the bulbs to blue, have just had my dvd player fitted and the red doesn't go with my blue illumination lol
     
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    I have a class headunit but its in blue too so i would be very interested in this also.
     
  7. AndyMac

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    The only ones I've seen are half assed jobs where they've just replaced the dash bulbs and all the other illumination & CC is still red, which looks awful.
    That really is quality work.
     
  8. docurley

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    This is no 5 min job the AC took 2hrs on it own to solder but then I'm no expert on soldering but there is a lot involved.
     
  9. jonnya

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    Was interested in doing everything. Took my instrument cluster out at the
    weekend and opened it up. It would actually be really fiddly changing those
    LEDs over - kind of lost my enthusiasm now ;-)

    I am going to try and pick up a spare cluster to practice on. I actually need a
    new one as I have the MFD LCD deterioration problem.
     

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