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Mar 5, 3:51pm - #411267 
Changing climate control lights

I want to change out my climate control lights to be white. Does anyone know what sizes and voltages need? Also what voltages do i need to add more cause i want to change the dials to red so it has a nice red on white theme.

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Mar 5, 7:33pm - #411268 
ok well you can do waht i and others have done, U put a neon tube back thaere. U will get the most light, and best colro doing it that way. U can jsut put a white neon or cold cahtode back there, then use rec celophane, at any craft store, to cover the parts you want red smile Look under installs in center console lighting and it will explain everyhting smile

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