Have a look at these pictures and tell me what you think. All I did was put some blue and red silicon sleeves on some of the globes behind the instrument cluster. Total cost was about $6 and I have spares
With the odometer I used a blue lens filter (used with slr cameras) infront of a white piece of paper with a blue silicon cap on the bulb. Worked a treat I think :)
I didn't want to do it with LED's... Laziness really
At repco they sell 5mm silcon globe covers (in a blue packet). Just put them over the top of the existing globes (there are 6 that have white globe holders... that is them). If I find a picture that explains their positions then I will post it.
I also did it to the Trip Meter and the climate control :) (Note: Climate control globes are 10mm)
I used a few layers of blue cellaphane on mine, because I could pick where I wanted it (e.g leaving a red line) and my needles stayed red. I personally went for a light blue on one side, to dark blue on the other, but its personal choice really.
just another method any way.
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