> Pontiac did a great one when they started using the lamp monitor.
> It'* helped me twice since May. Was it even an option in 92?
> Maybe you could swap one in.
Unless they reorganized the dashboard between '92 and '93, the SSE and SSEi would have it. But from what I remember of the explanations in the service manuals (which are at home right now, whereas I am not), there'* a separate controller called the Adaptive Lamp Monitor (or something like that) which you'd need to grab out of a donor car, along with the dashboard display, etc. That same display is also used for diagnostic warnings, Low Fuel and Hood/Door/Trunk Ajar warnings.
Question for the original poster: Wouldn't you lose a lot of light output with 1157 LED bulbs? Most of your lighting comes from the light emitted out the side of the bulbs, which is then bounced off the reflector to illuminate the entire taillamp lens. If the 1157 LED is only shooting its light straight outwards, most of the taillight will stay dark and leave you only a dinky little red spot showing. Is that what you really want?
-- Andy Green