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saspence22 Mar 14, 5:52pm - #125214 

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Gauge color...an idea!

Hey, why couldnt we just buy acetate and cover the led's behind the gauge cluster?? Wouldnt that work?? Just cut acetate to fit right over the LED's!! Anyone think it would work or no???

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bmw52786 Mar 14, 6:06pm - #125215 

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ya i was wonderin the same thing with the clock??? but i wouldnt no how to connect the acetate over it

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Rocketman Mar 14, 6:11pm - #125216 

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I thought that they were amber led's...are they white!!! if so...I don't see why not. confused
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saspence22 Mar 14, 6:19pm - #125217 

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Im not sure if they are white or amber...but color would we get if we covered the amber led's with say...blue or white acetate??

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Virgilson Mar 14, 11:12pm - #125218 

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thats very creative~~~ thumbsup
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tgts2000 Mar 15, 1:43am - #125219 

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I think that would work if they were white but im 99% sure they are amber which would probably give a weird color mixed with blue confused
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Sultan Mar 15, 1:46am - #125220 

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Originally Posted by tgts2000
I think that would work if they were white but im 99% sure they are amber which would probably give a weird color mixed with blue confused


yes, why not just solder new LEDs on? it's not difficult
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JAsMTz531 Mar 15, 2:22am - #125221 

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You can get a kit that changes the color. Im pretty sure the only colors are red and blue. I have blue.
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celicafourotwo Mar 15, 2:53am - #125222 

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Originally Posted by JAsMTz531
You can get a kit that changes the color. Im pretty sure the only colors are red and blue. I have blue.


hey where and how much??

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tgts2000 Mar 15, 3:02am - #125223 

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Originally Posted by Sultan
Originally Posted by tgts2000
I think that would work if they were white but im 99% sure they are amber which would probably give a weird color mixed with blue confused


yes, why not just solder new LEDs on? it's not difficult


I solder on new red LED's it wasnt that hard even though its kind of tedious work! I got mine from RJ Auto Works with a Red & Black gauge face
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JAsMTz531 Mar 15, 3:04am - #125224 

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I got mine here. They have the red one too. http://www.rjautoworks.com/7celgts6.php

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