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  1. #25
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    Jul 2005
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    Tai Land
    Car:
    Subaru Tai-berty
    nah nah, the dimmer wasnt workin before i changed them.

  2. #26
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    Oct 2007
    Location
    Melbourne
    Car:
    EG/AP1
    I did my dash a few months back. I used the same brand bulbs as the ones on front page. T6.5mm and T5mm

  3. #27
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    Dec 2008
    Location
    Brisbane
    Car:
    EG4 civic
    this seems pretty awesome!
    So no chance of breaking the cover? bit worried bout that lol

  4. #28
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    Nov 2008
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    2766 NSW
    Car:
    C34/RE7/ED6/FN2
    damn that looks hot..

  5. #29
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    Aug 2005
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    Sydney
    Car:
    EGG
    Quote Originally Posted by vtecraze View Post
    this seems pretty awesome!
    So no chance of breaking the cover? bit worried bout that lol
    I'm worried about that too!
    lol

    Awesome write up though!
    Good work ICYOIL!

  6. #30
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    Nov 2008
    Car:
    03 CL9, 93 EG4
    thanks guys,

    but, just be careful when taking of the black plastic gard, i got inpatient with mine and pulled it from one end, and snapped the corner vent from the back. but you can see it so thats good.. just take your time and it will come, make sure to pull it from both sides, not just one

  7. #31
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    Nov 2006
    Location
    Nipswich QLD
    Car:
    Holden IntegraL
    Thanks for the DIY. I found the heater control panel tough.
    Just wanted to add some tips and ideas I got by following ICYOIL -hope you don't mind me referring to your pics:


    You can unplug the ashtray light (green) and slot it underneath the ashtray to expose it - use it as a map light or feet light or shove in a UV led and drive with a white shirt at night.




    cross-sectional pic of screw location
    note the pic is LHD so the air mix cable (temp change wire) is on the other side - just look under your glovebox for the blue cable as ICYOIL stated.





    The back of my plug was connected to the foot vents by a clip - I broke mine trying to rip it off. So after unplugging, you should slide the plug to the left to release it from the clip.




    To dismantle the metal arms from the face of the heater console:
    1) push the two sides in to release that arm. 2) theres a plastic plug (not pictured) that sits ontop of the end of this arm, turn it anti-clockwise and pull it off to release the arm.




    My gauge lights before I changed it all to blue.
    Last edited by dreamshifter; 08-10-2009 at 11:46 PM.

  8. #32
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    Mar 2009
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    Sydney
    Car:
    EG
    awesome write up!!!

    I've been waiting for someone to do a diy dash lights for eg. I was actually just trying to remove the plastic around the dash and it is a b*tch to remove because I didn't wanna risk snapping the clips.

    I don't know if I missed something, but are there only 2 lights for the climate control?

  9. #33
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    Jul 2005
    Location
    Tai Land
    Car:
    Subaru Tai-berty
    yeah only 2 globes

  10. #34
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    Mar 2009
    Location
    Shitnee
    Car:
    2 Door EK GLi
    Anyone having problems with the lights flickering on and off? Happens cuz you know the little circut sheet that runs along the gauge, its come loose from taking the bulbs out a few times, now sometimes the lights dont work
    Anyone know how to fix this

  11. #35
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    Jul 2005
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    Tai Land
    Car:
    Subaru Tai-berty
    only thing i can think of is to wedge sumthin thin between the circuit and the cluster. so that there is still contact between the globe housing and the circuit.

  12. #36
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    Dec 2008
    Location
    Cabramatta yo....
    Car:
    Eg Civic
    Changing the lights on my climate control now. LOL.

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