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07-28-2012 06:33 PM
leverhead Thanks for the suggestion. I think I found a nice light thru sa-cal speed shop in vegas...red light with removable chrome bezel that uses a 194/168 bulb. Regards.
07-27-2012 03:32 PM
EOD Guy You might think about, if you have room, drilling a small hole in the speedo gauge side and mount a bayonet type plug for a 194, behind the cluster, so that when it lights up you get the glow but not the unattractiveness of a light mounted thru your dash.
07-27-2012 01:23 PM
leverhead
Idiot light for CS Alternator

Hello all. I'm looking for an dash mount style idiot light to wire in to my alternator light lead on my CS144. All I can find around my area are LED's. Anyone have any leads or suggestions for a 194/168 style lamp socket with bezel that looks good mounted on the dash? Lots of info on how to wire but not on the actual light fixture itself. Thanks.

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