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Old 07-14-2011, 11:44 AM
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Radio light bulb

Anybody know the model number of the bulb? Mine is burnt out.


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Never been that far into the guts of an OEM stereo unit. Wish I could be of some help but I used that same issue as an "excuse" to upgrade audio components.

If you do get inside the unit, I'd be looking at some sort of 12VDC LED retrofit instead of a standard lamp. Its not likely to be easy to get to in the first place so putting something in that you can forget about once its been fixed seems worth the expense.
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I replaced the led light in my 1990 AM/FM only radio,

It's not that big a deal, and the bulbs are readily available.

Go for it and get the same model you take out.
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