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Old 03-23-2005, 04:01 PM   #11
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Andy you could fit a smaller LED in there though right? i'm sure hte voltages are close enough.
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the way the switch is made...i saw no possible way to get the bulb out without breaking the cover open... very bad design...

dont wanna eff with it anymore
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i was planning on trying to change the orage dot to a blue dot...

dont seem that easy..

the orange is actually a plastic piece..and the bulb is NOT an LED....darn

looks like orange it stays..

I've got mine apart at the moment, How does it go back together this little spirng came out while takeing it apart and i have no clue where it goes.
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Hrm... I think I have like 6 fog light switches kicking around here. Every time I am at the yard and I find one, I just stick it in my pocket. The original intention was to use those to wire stuff up with, such as my scanner/radar detectors and possibly Fireman lights.
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Hrm... I think I have like 6 fog light switches kicking around here. Every time I am at the yard and I find one, I just stick it in my pocket. The original intention was to use those to wire stuff up with, such as my scanner/radar detectors and possibly Fireman lights.
I've looked at the yards around my place before but theres never a bonneville there, and now looks like i've got no fog lamps.
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Got her off. Turns out, it'* not broken like I thought it was. But it does have a little bit of some sort of liquid in it. What it is, I don't know, probably water. I'll try to send it tomorrow. I found some of those blue Legos. They are all currently attached to my mini Star Destroyer. I don't want to part with them. They can be had with one of these kits from Walmart for a few bucks. Star Wars mini building set number 4492.
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I've got mine apart at the moment, How does it go back together this little spirng came out while takeing it apart and i have no clue where it goes.
in the switch there is a hole...drop the spring in it, and then the pin...
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