I just added the whole instruction message to a thread, rather than you having to wait while I copy/paste this whole thing into 1000 characters per message... http://www.clubwrx.net/forums/interi...ml#post2497788
Hmm. I will start with the instrument cluster, and work my way out to your door switches. First, it is a resistor, you can experiment with them, but 2.2KOhm seems like the standard. You want to make sure that the resistor is soldered to the positive lead (typically the longer one on a raw LED, otherwise, using a 9v battery and terminals, test to see what leads are the positive on an aftermarket "dash kit" type LED. Don't test a raw LED with a battery, it'll burn out in seconds or less.
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Hey I was following your work with your guages. Very impressive and I LIKE!. Wondering if you had the designs for those "custom sealed LED's"? I would imagine its nothing more than a resistor, possibly a capacitor? Any help would be appreciated, I am trying to look into custom tweaking my dash. Probably want to go with blue, but someone is trying to convince me to go colorshifting *roll eyes*
Also, do you know if the other LED's in the car use the same voltage and current? like the window controls, A/C, ect?