DIY Led Conversion

Discussion in 'DIY - Do It Yourself Forum' started by squeeks, Jan 7, 2006.

  1. squeeks

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    absolutly faboulous man
     
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    I wouldn't get leds from there. A very good site is superbrightleds.com Theres a guy that has a site and he sells the led "conversion kits" for accords on his site and he gives instructions on how to remove everything and install. http://www.ledautomotive.com/OrderInfo/98-02Accord/ click on the more info next to each item and then on the how to guide at the bottom.
     
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    that site that ryon listed has very good instructions on how to do this... I also would skip the radio shack led's, they may not be bright enough. Most of the soldering work isn't very hard. I had no soldering experience before I did my dash lights to blue and white, and I had very few problems.
     
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    will you PLEASE and PLEASE inform us when ur done?
    with pictures please.
     
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    i was going to do that mod but it is very time consuming. if i can find an extra cluster and have free time i might play around with it. we threw blue bulbs and it worked fine but not as bright as the LEDs
     
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    expensive if you ask me..
     

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