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Red filter in Dash/speedo clocks

Discussion in 'A4/S4 forum(B5 Chassis)' started by ALPINE, Oct 29, 2008.

  1. ALPINE
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    ALPINE Yes its diesel, now cry u lost

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    Im going to Blue my dash soon... done it to alot of past cars. just wondering, how hard are the audi clocks to take appart to remove the red filter so i can put blue LEDs in place of the factory blubs??

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    I tried to do it only a couple of bulbs all the rest are tiny soldered leds from what i could see
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    oh nice.. cheers 4 the heads up
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    All S4's, and facelift A4 have tiny surface-mounted LED's, soldered in place, excluding the main illumination bulbs, which are regular bulbs.

    All pre-facelift A4's run regular bulbs all through, and are easy to replace with LED's.
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    sweet!
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    siena.. how dificult is it to remove the red filter inside the clocks?
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    if you get me pics of the inside circuits i can tell if i can solder the SMD LEDs for you.
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