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tedis

Footwell Bulb Size

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Hi guys sorry for a repeat thread if there is one. I do think of upgrading all interior lighting to LED but I find it frustrating about bulb sizes. ...... if anybody could help me would be great. Much appreciate

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Courtesy light can be either a 42mm festoon or a T10 (w5w).

Footwells are T10.

Map lights can be ba9s if fitted (or T10 depending on light design).

Glovebox light is T10.

Dash/dials/demister/door/headlight switches are smd led's and would need soldering skills.

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Thanks buddy

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I always get concerned wen taking off ford bits. Everything is clipped on and is a pain to take off in case clips break

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A gentle but firm hand plus a quick prayer usually helps :d

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Right boyz and girlz :) I found a very strange thing :D glove box bulb is exactly same as footwell but.... dome lights front differs from rear :))))))) front is shorter so to fit 42mm festoon had to bend one of the connectors ( do not use to much power use brain!!! :)) ) and rear 42 is too short :D so I done same as for a front just bend inwards :)

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