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Old 03-29-2011, 04:58 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Question neo-wedge type a/b LED size?

Hey T.I.
I have some bulbs out on my climate controller. I need replacements for the hazard, rear defrost, and the four on the climate control. I believe they are neo-wedge type b and a. I could easily go and get replacements for $4 each at the dealer, but since I'm at it, why not upgrade them for less? I'm looking at some LED's on superbright. The problem is they are not listed simply as type b or a. I have looked through the forum but all I can find are threads on the cluster leds which I already have I have measured the type b sockets and they are 10x6mm w/o bulbs. has anyone ordered replacements from superbrightleds that knows which LEDs replace the bulbs I mentioned above. Any and all help is appreciated.

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Get the 4mms for the four climate controls.
"For the Hazard and Defroster bulbs, you are going to want to get 2(two) 3mm NeoWedge Bulbs" Johnnymass

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Which color are you planning on doing? If your are wanting to do Cool White, I have a crappy pic in my log (check sig), but if you wanted a better pic I can get one for ya tonight. So you could see it before buying.

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^^Yep what he said, I just bought amber last nite and picked them up tonight, cost total of $8. Can't beat that!
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Get the 4mms for the four climate controls.
"For the Hazard and Defroster bulbs, you are going to want to get 2(two) 3mm NeoWedge Bulbs" Johnnymass

Link to superbrightleds

Which color are you planning on doing? If your are wanting to do Cool White, I have a crappy pic in my log (check sig), but if you wanted a better pic I can get one for ya tonight. So you could see it before buying.

Also, check out this thread.

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sweet thanks! I have natural white in my cluster so I will be getting whatever white I can I guess. I was actually going through your log last night and saw your interior lighting. very clean.

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sweet thanks! I have natural white in my cluster so I will be getting whatever white I can I guess. I was actually going through your log last night and saw your interior lighting. very clean.

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Thanks for the kind words.

Alright, so if you have white in your cluster, the closest thing on superbrightleds is either coolwhite or warmwhite. The coolwhite will look white normally, but as soon as you put it into the climate control it will look blue.

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alright cool just ordered. I decided to go with red to be unique and also my cd player lights up red. I think it will look interesting with red center console and natural white cluster. I will post pictures when I get them installed. hoping for the best!
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I got the one's that FXmatthew said to get, however for the 3mm neowedge that are supposed to go into the hazard/defogger switches.... they are too long and don't fit into the actual inserts.. did anyone else have this problem? or maybe I ordered the wrong LED's?
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