The bulbs for the power window controls are 2 or 3mm globes. The bulbs for the centre console (auto gear selector surround) is a 10mm bulb. The bulbs for the heater control panels are a mixture of 3 and 5mm ones - the 3mm ones are the wedge style, the 5mm ones are soldered to the circuit board.
If the LEDs are REALLY bright, you will be able to see the needles no worries at all - otherwise, on both the AU1 and AU2 you can use a red LED in just one of the bulbs (the centre one) and it will light the needles up really well - only trade off is you get a bit of purple in the blue of your speedo display.
At around $10 a pop for the NARVA LEDs, it is much cheaper to do it yourself - they work out between $4 and $6 each, depending on site and brightness. Or if you don't want to do it yourself, you could do it the BlueAU way! lol.
AU1 XR8 Auto147.9 rwkw (approx 215 fwkw)
AU2 Wagon HAD Auto
17s, Pacemakers, 3" Intake & Pod filter (The Family Hack)
here it is, stuck a ruler near it so you can see how big it is. The reason they wont fit an EF is cos they're too wide to fit in the holder, but you can pull the white part off it and have it just like a normal LED (but then the actual head of it is still too big)
the narva led shown above is the wrong one, i ordered a box of ten direct from Narva (alot cheaper than $10 ea) and they fit perfectly. i will get the part number from down the shed if anyone is interested.
EfII xr6, weld draglites, king spring superlows, Wade cam, pacemaker extractors, 2.5" mandrel exhaust, electronic shift kit and too many more to list on here.
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