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carlosredtrd
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2001 RED Toyota Celica GT
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2001 Toyota Celica GT

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San Juan, Puerto Rico
Dec 28, 1:43pm - #360124 
It's this normal?

I changed my leds to red, and I noticed that my gears, doesn't show anymore in the LCD. That's normal?

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celicajonz
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2004 Toyota Celica

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Dec 28, 1:44pm - #360125 
???? you prob. missd somethin...


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I hit, what else, oh plus dome.
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carlosredtrd
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2001 RED Toyota Celica GT
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2001 Toyota Celica GT

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San Juan, Puerto Rico
Dec 28, 1:46pm - #360126 
The thing is that, i been searching ecelica and many of the changed cluster are the same as mine. confused

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superderk
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Belleville, Illinois
Dec 28, 1:47pm - #360127 
dont know...but your car is bitchin!


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L3M1315
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Madison WI
Dec 28, 2:48pm - #360128 
Changing the LEDs makes your car a manual rofl


Did you plug in your circuit board after you soldered the LEDs in to make sure they all worked? You don't need the LCD screen over the LEDs to plug in the board and see if they light up.
Make sure those LEDs are in the right way - I put all my red ones in backwards at first as the install said to do, but that was false, so I had to take all my red outs out and turn them around to the normal orientation.
If your LEDs are in right, take them out and solder new ones in. banghead

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Milford, NJ
Dec 28, 4:15pm - #360129 
mmmm the LCD is prob messed up a little...i'm not sure what to check without lookin at it


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Babyboi419
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chicago
Dec 28, 8:53pm - #360130 
leavew it like that...it majes it like a manuel..hehehe

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hombredelassrtas
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Gainesville, FL
Dec 29, 10:57am - #360131 
lol now thats a cheap manual conversion. i woudl do waht chris said. maybe that led is out or something

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LmtZero
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Mech, Virginia
Dec 29, 11:29am - #360132 
Might as well finish what you started and switch the tranny to manual thumbsup


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