Originally Posted by x556
Any luck on finding those 103's? Mine has the temperature side of the cluster blown and it's driving me nuts! I have a 2006 Jeep Liberty Limited
PC74 may work for you.
What I did, so that I didn't have to go back in there again, was buy 9 "PC74" led bulbs. Their sockets were not compatible, so I pulled the led housing out of each of the bulbs (you will know what I mean if you go this route) and also carefully pulled out the bulbs from the OEM bulb sockets. Then I put the led bulbs into the OEM bulb sockets and soldered them to the contacts. Took some trial and error due to their polarity (you can turn the bulb 180deg in the socket, so no need to worry about soldering them wrong) but ended up fixing them permanently.
You will need a needle point soldering iron (not one of those big Weller guns unless you have a special tip) and some patience if you are to do this. I would recommend, if you can, getting a soldering station with a variable temperature adjuster and setting it to around 800F. That way the work can heat up quickly so you can solder, and it will be quick enough that you wont melt the plastic socket.