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Old 11-08-2013, 05:22 PM   #15
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Dash LED light bulbs

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I have a 2004 CC Inspire and the annunciator lights on the dash were very dim. You could see them at night but in the daytime they were very dim. I replaced them with LED bulbs I got from superbrightleds.com. Or you can do a Google search for this bulb: (74 LED Bulb - 3 SMD LED) These are 3 times brighter than your old style mini incandescent bulb. They come in several colors and I suggest you survey your annunciator panel and figure out how many reds, greens, yellows and 1 blue (for the high beams) you need and replace them with the correct colors. If you buy white only, you probably lose the correct coloring on the panel. Since they are LED's there is no heat build up and being 3 times brighter you'll find they work very well. The LED bulbs are subject to the correct polarity. So put the bulb in the socket and turn on the power to test the bulb. If it doesn't light you have it in backwards. Pull the bulb out of the socket and turn it around (180 deg) and retry. It will light up when the correct polarity is achieved. I found that there were a couple of lights where the bulb wouldn't work correctly due to low voltage coming from the SENDING unit. In that case put your old (original) bulb back in that spot. As I recall, there was 2 spots I needed to leave the old style bulbs in. All the rest have LED bulbs. They work perfectly.

2004 Country Coach Inspire DP
I pulled a couple of the bulbs behind the annunciator panel and they all appear to be white. I shined a flashlight in the hole and the panel itself has the correct colors so I don't understand the need to get colored bulbs. I would think that just replacing them all with white would do.

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Old 11-09-2013, 06:31 AM   #16
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led replacement

I also replaced my annunciator lights as per Larry - the lens for each light built into the dash are colored - yellow, green, blue for the high beam, and red - getting the correct led color makes a big difference.

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