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boxoftricks



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United Kingdom 2011 Defender 110 Puma 2.4 USW Zermatt Silver
Dashboard LED's

Does anyone know how many LED's there are in the dashboard. switches etc. Even better does anyone have a diagram showing where they all are? Mine are a mix of dim, dimmer and nothing.

Thanks

Post #814990 13th Feb 2020 6:47pm
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windy81



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Wales 1992 Defender 90 200 Tdi HT Firenze Red

i found the led's too bright. I know it doesn't answer the question but....

Post #815002 13th Feb 2020 7:39pm
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boxoftricks



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United Kingdom 2011 Defender 110 Puma 2.4 USW Zermatt Silver

Thanks Windy, worth thinking about.

Post #815061 14th Feb 2020 10:36am
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Danny Fireblade



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United Kingdom 1998 Defender 110 300 Tdi HT Alpine White

What dash do you have? I just got some led's for the dash and they are fantastic.

I have a 300tdi and it was 2 for speedo, 1 for fuel and 1 for temp gauge.

Post #815139 14th Feb 2020 7:22pm
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montyjn



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Personally I think they are great in the instruments / clock etc, but not for the warning lights. As said, in the dark the lights are just too bright. Also they don't really work for the indicators or something like the low fuel warning light which comes on gradually.

Post #815165 14th Feb 2020 8:57pm
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