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Old 01-28-2011, 06:22 PM   #1
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Have a 2005 XB. The light is out on my Auto Tranny indicator (Bulb that lights the PRND shifter on the floor NOT in the dash).

Does anyone know the bulb# and can anyone give me advice on where the bulb is or how to replace. I did some searches but cannot find anything. Thank you.
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Did you remove the parking brake/cupholder console?
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Not yet but trying to get an idea - and bulb needed before I pull it apart.
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I would take the bulb out and match it at the parts store. Or buy from the dealer. You totally can drive there with removed cupholders
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It's a #74.
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Here's where I got mine.
http://autolumination.com/74.htm

Keep in mind that some of the LEDs might not fit properly. I had to shave down the base of the first LED that I had, in order to get a snug fit in the socket.

The incandescent ones fit great though. They're cheap, buy a couple and find one you like.
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Thanks for the replies.
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I used an LED strip. I had to cut it shorter and trim some of the plastic in the groove to get it to fit - took out the bulb and used those quick splice things to hook it up. LEDs in the cup holders are also wired to it.
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I used an LED strip. I had to cut it shorter and trim some of the plastic in the groove to get it to fit - took out the bulb and used those quick splice things to hook it up. LEDs in the cup holders are also wired to it.
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http://www.oznium.com/led-flex-strips

I used the 1.2" flexible led strip in blue. I hooked it up the same as above. You can buy new prindle faces, too.

http://www.nightwerkscustoms.com/ind...x&cPath=18_256



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I have the #74 twinstar white LED version from Autolumination. Very uniform and bright. You will be please
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