Re: [DML] Best LEDs for center console
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Re: [DML] Best LEDs for center console

Interesting.... is awesome.  I have bought every
LED I own from them, and have had very minor problems
--> Only thing that irritates me about them is their
shipping takes almost a whole week (Missouri to
Florida for me), but their products are very nice. 
For the center console, I used 1 red LED (for the red
circle on the air temperature gauge) and 3 blue ones
for the rest.  I haven't regretted it since day one. 
For the lock doors and cooling fan fail - both red
LEDs as well, and a amber one for the rear defrost.  I
think they are a great way to cut down o the "load"
the headlight switch carries and keeps the bulbs from
warping/melting the center console plate.

I have LEDs in every light socket of my car except the
headlights, taillights, headlight and hazard switch,
glove box, and battery light.  Everything else - side
markers, center console, dome lights, trunk, engine,
binnacle/instrument gauge cluster, shift indicator
(auto trans), and doors all are LED'd now.  I think
they REALLY modernize the car, and are wonderful to
have for car shows (door lights), mnimizing wear on
parts (headlight switch), reduce heat, and add some
nice color.  Every light I have is "colored" for the
particular function - amber for low fuel and defrost,
green for turn signals and headlight indicator, red
for door ajar, brake, and so on.  If anyone wants to
know which LED # for what part of the car, let me
know.  I have them all written down and recorded so
it's no problem.  Anyhoo, that's my story on LEDs.


--- Charles Major <charlesmajor@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> I have heard that some brands are better than
> others. Also, some have said 
> that they are not made by anyone.
> Charles

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