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Old 07-30-2014, 10:27 AM   #701
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If you're replacing all the other interior lights as well I would choose the natural white for the interior. It should be brighter and make it easier to see. But yes cool white for the gauge cluster will definitely shine more blue.
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Old 07-30-2014, 10:42 AM   #702
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If you're replacing all the other interior lights as well I would choose the natural white for the interior. It should be brighter and make it easier to see. But yes cool white for the gauge cluster will definitely shine more blue.
Cool white is brighter than natural white, natural white is what you want if you want it to look like a normal light bulb
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This is what "Cool White" looks like in the '97-'98 cluster. You can tell by looking at the ODO section. I apologize for the pic - its from a phone.

BTW, I also used Cool White as color choice for the HVAC controls, doors and overhead. Cool White has a slight blue color that does well with a grey interior. My JVC head unit allowed for display color change, so now it matches the blue in the cluster.
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Old 08-02-2014, 10:55 PM   #704
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Question about tag lights. I have purchased 2 different ones so far and they were both to tall to fit. They work but the cover won't latch back on because the bulb is too tall. Does anyone know of a bulb that is the right size? Preferably amazon prime.
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Old 08-05-2014, 01:35 PM   #705
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So I installed ep27 relay and installed LEDs in my corners and tails and now when I put my blinkers on my overhead temp flashes with my blinkers and my odometer read out any ideas?
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