i was wondering if the ac display is supposed to be back lite? mine is dark as hell at night i need to turn on my dome light to read it and its pissing me off, and also how do i go about changing a burnt out bulb behind my center gauges?
SanMarcosZfreak said:mmm decisions decisions, blue on blue, or red on blue, my stereo buttons are red so i'm leaning that way, but eventually once i figure out how to change the color of the digidash i'm making that blue. any ideas on what you would do if u had a blue Z, and wanted to change interior colors
SanMarcosZfreak said:ok so i see the part number is 27613-01P10, does that come in one color, or any color, where could i get a colored verison of that part?
if you can find 12V LEDs they are just a quick exchange if not. You'll have to add a resistor (forgot which one already and threw away the package)SanMarcosZfreak said:no not yet, do the LEDs just interchange inside the connector? i don't know much bout individual LED instalations
go with the 5.2V leds (i think theyre 5.2V) and ask the people at RS what kind of resistor you need to run to get a 12V down to a 5.2 (or whatever it is) and then just solder it to the LED itsself, but use the connection for the resistor instead of the LED.SanMarcosZfreak said:if i don't have the resistor what would happen? and where does the resister go i need help asap i put the 12v leds in without a resistor, they worked for like 2 mintues, then nothing, now they occasaionally work, where do i wire the resistor?
but if i do that it won't fit into the housing for the led, do u wnat me to take a pic of what the setup looks like?KaRdoN said:go with the 5.2V leds (i think theyre 5.2V) and ask the people at RS what kind of resistor you need to run to get a 12V down to a 5.2 (or whatever it is) and then just solder it to the LED itsself, but use the connection for the resistor instead of the LED.