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Old 7th December 2008, 19:47   #46
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looks like there is a difference in color on the speedo than temp and fuel gauge. fuel and temp guage looks more blueish than the speedo.

edit: and please can you post this DIY with step by step along with the pics as i want to be busy this weekend

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Old 7th December 2008, 23:59   #47
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looks like there is a difference in color on the speedo than temp and fuel gauge. fuel and temp guage looks more blueish than the speedo.
Yeah, there is a slight difference in color because the speedo's numbers are slightly green colored as stock(which means if you put white bulbs then you ll get a slight greenish white color instead of pure white).

i ll try to put the step by step process by tomorrow.
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Old 8th December 2008, 08:58   #48
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Aarey dude,these are readily available in White,Red,Blue,Green i have 50-60packs of these lying in different colours...nice DIY
Hi Ramie
Do you have white led parking lights for OHC type 2.
If yes pl let me know the prices as I would be interested in them.

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Old 8th December 2008, 11:27   #49
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Hi Ramie
Do you have white led parking lights for OHC type 2.
If yes pl let me know the prices as I would be interested in them.

Rgds
Hi - I think you took in a wrong sense cancerm - Ramie mentioned he has LED's which you can use in your DIY job, and you assumed that he has finished product with him
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Good Pics BBS, nice diy!!
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The speedometer lights llok good Could you also post a pics with ODO meter on. I want to see how the visibility of digits with blue lights. Thanks
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Hi - I think you took in a wrong sense cancerm - Ramie mentioned he has LED's which you can use in your DIY job, and you assumed that he has finished product with him
Hi Soni
FYI
Ramie is dealing in lights
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Could you also post a pics with ODO meter on. I want to see how the visibility of digits with blue lights. Thanks
errr.. there is a pic with the ODO meter ON in post #45 : http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/1082762-post45.html (the second pic).
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Sorry - dude - I was mistaken - Ramie does deals with Lights...
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Nice one BBS brother,amazing DIY stuff, real happy to see this,how about changing the AC knob lights too
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Nice one BBS brother,amazing DIY stuff, real happy to see this,how about changing the AC knob lights too
thanks, i tried removing the AC control console, but it is attached from the inside. i mean even after removing the screws, the console cannot be pulled out, instead it can only be pushed inside. any ideas about how to remove the AC console?
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Oops my bad. The odo looks nice too
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i wanna try it out with white color. lets see whn BBS puts step by step pics.
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@bbs- Which all screws needs to be removed to take out the console ? I guess Alto and Wagonr's design will be almost identical.
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i tried removing the AC control console, but it is attached from the inside. i mean even after removing the screws, the console cannot be pulled out, instead it can only be pushed inside. any ideas about how to remove the AC console?
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@bbs- Which all screws needs to be removed to take out the console ? I guess Alto and Wagonr's design will be almost identical
Hi guys, have you managed to remove the HVAC console yet ? The procedure in the service manual is very vague & has just a couple of pictures. But from what I can gather from the pics, it does not appear to be a long-winding procedure. By the way, which screws are you referring to, the pics in the manual do not show any screws being removed...
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