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Old 09-28-2010, 01:03 PM
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Basically I want the instrument panel lights to be BLUE and not GREEN anymore.

Cobalt Blue to match my tripple A pillar Autometer set would be nice. Not sure if it is as easy as finding a blue replacement bulb because I have NOT been able to find such a bulb ANYWHERE!!!

Second, I believe, but want to confirm, that there is a green fillament between the layers of the panel itself that makes it come out as green. If this is true then I don't know what to do to get what I want, other than finding a completely new unit to swap into. Anyone?

Otherwise looking for anyone that has been able to do this on GEN II Lightnings? Specifically a 2003 Lightning.

Tired of the "Alien Green".......Please help

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Basically I want the instrument panel lights to be BLUE and not GREEN anymore.

Cobalt Blue to match my tripple A pillar Autometer set would be nice. Not sure if it is as easy as finding a blue replacement bulb because I have NOT been able to find such a bulb ANYWHERE!!!

Second, I believe, but want to confirm, that there is a green fillament between the layers of the panel itself that makes it come out as green. If this is true then I don't know what to do to get what I want, other than finding a completely new unit to swap into. Anyone?

Otherwise looking for anyone that has been able to do this on GEN II Lightnings? Specifically a 2003 Lightning.

Tired of the "Alien Green".......Please help

King L.
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now they used to have colored bulbs a few years back-those little peanut style bulbs
haven't seen them in years
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