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Unread 11-07-2013, 04:20 PM   #1
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anyone who has done an interior LED swap ever done the window switch lights to match the dash and such? I cant seem to find much on switching LEDS into anything other than the dash and HVAC but I want to switch EVERY bulb in my WJ eventually.

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anyone who has done an interior LED swap ever done the window switch lights to match the dash and such? I cant seem to find much on switching LEDS into anything other than the dash and HVAC but I want to switch EVERY bulb in my WJ eventually.
http://www.wjjeeps.com/lamps/lamps.htm#LIGHTLINKS
The Superlumination.com link has a good cross-reference, but I don't recall seeing the door lock/window switch bulb. I ordered the NEOx 3mm for the EVIC, but the 4mm would probably fit better. You will have to solder the heater control and radio bulbs.

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For the lock and window switches I believe you'd need to disassemble them and solder in new led bulbs. I don't think there's any other way...
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For the lock and window switches I believe you'd need to disassemble them and solder in new led bulbs. I don't think there's any other way...
Same bulb as EVIC, but without the base?

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I don't believe so, I have only taken the seat heater switch apart but those were really small
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