Re: [DML] LEDs for Delorean
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Re: [DML] LEDs for Delorean

Been alternator needs the bulb to work or it won't charge.
(test drive without binacle) Listen to John Hervey !

I still don't get it why one needs a LED to replace a bulb that 
is on for approximatelly 3 seconds a day ?

Why would somebody want to go thru this trouble ? 

Same with the low fuel signal. 

And don't forget - many LEDs still are not as reliable as regular bulbs.
I know the datasheet says something different, but some drive them out of 
spec. My second engine compartment LED is about to fail :-(

good replacement for the door bulbs - they keep the nice "star" pattern:

this is how it looks at night (they're a bit darker than bulbs)

Elvis & 6548

> An after thought to those people I sent the LED list.  There are two
> things 
> not mentioned in the email.
> 1.0  My car has a DMC-1 gas gauge corrector.  It takes its power supply
> from 
> the warning light on the dash.  Apparently the requirement is about the 
> amount of current that LED draws, as the Warning LED is always on, whether
> or not you're about to be walking.  Three solutions:
>     1.1  Leave the incandescent in there.  It will always be on a very 
> slight amount (not visible) and light up on a low tank.
>     1.2  Figure out how to power the gauge  corrector differently
>     1.3  Live with the Warning light on all of the time.
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