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post #736 of 1132 Old 05-05-2011, 10:45 PM
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I'm not sure thats right. I'm pretty sure he needs an 8mm and a 10mm like these http://autolumination.com/74.htm type a and b way down the page


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post #737 of 1132 Old 05-05-2011, 10:49 PM
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I would call them in the AM and tell them the type of bulb you need from the link I've posted and then theyll tell you which bulb that is on their site and hook you up. then you should post it here for all to know.

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can't for the lift of me fin the bulbs

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ya idk, those look like what i used for mine, and when i put in 03 wrangler thats the stuff that came up... just pull out your hvac stuff to look at the bulbs, i did haha

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Mines an 06 and I used the type a and type b for the hvac. I think we would have the same you being an 03. Just call superbrightLED's if you're lucky you might be able to fish for a discount!

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Just randomly came across this thread and I can say I am definitely replacing all my bulbs with ones from superbrightleds.com !!

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Ok...I've done my gauge clusters and am looking to do my HVAC and switches. I have an '03 Rubicon and can't for the lift of me fin the bulbs I need that you guys are talking about (type 75 neo 4mm??). I used the cross reference guide on superbrightleds.com and didn't see these anywhere.

Maybe someone can just provide a link for my dumb***
I have an '06, and I use the 4mm, high powered, version of these...

http://www.superbrightleds.com/cgi-b...pecs%2FNEO.htm

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Anyone figure out the bulbs for the odometer... really dont want to take out the whole dash to figure that out lol

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ha, id tell ya the same thing as what i showed perviously they have wedge bases, but mine is prolly df from yours cuz ima 98 haha

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ha, id tell ya the same thing as what i showed perviously they have wedge bases, but mine is prolly df from yours cuz ima 98 haha
But on the Odometer? Mine are sealed, I'd have to pull out the whole gauge cluster and pull back the white cover just to see what size they are so I could order. I don even know how many would be in there. I already had my gauge cluster and HVAC done for a while now.

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ya mine were minature wedges that plugged into white bases, which in turn, turned into the back of the gauge cluster...
i didnt have to pull that white cover off, but if you do its not a big deal either
its really not a huge deal.. for me its bout literally like 8 screws.. you pull off the vin cover, pull off the plastice that goes around and under the steering wheel, then pull the 4 screws out that hold the cluster in... its on big connvector that holds it in...

the only hard part is twisting out the bases witht he bulbs. mine were extremely tight.. i used needle nose to get em out.. it was scary cuz they were so tight and i was worried about breaking them, but they fit tight for a reason...

i think there is at least 3 bulbs for the tach and speedo dials but i replased all of em and there was at least 8, 1 for each thing, like turn signal, high beam, brake light, and some others

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look at the very first page, thats exactly how mine looked and pulled apart...
including the back of the cluster, that pic is exact, withe the turn in bulb bases and what not

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Yeah, my 06 looks slightly different. I'll pull it out this weekend and post a picture.

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its basically all the same......simple

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post #750 of 1132 Old 05-06-2011, 10:56 AM
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yup no biggie... believe me aftre you do a heater core on a 2008 Grand cherokee with a 5.7 or have to do a radio in a 2010 cadillac sts you will never ever complain about doing a gauge cluster in a wrangler haha

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