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Old December 12th, 2009, 06:17 PM   #1
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Need your LED Conversion done? version 2

I know I created a thread like this 5 years ago, but I just thought I'd created a new and updated one.

If you need to convert your interior lights to LED, I could do it for a good price. I've done it many times to members here and i'm sure a lot of people could vouch for my work.

You dont have to be in So. Cal to get this deal 'coz you can also send the item you need to be done and i'll send it back to you with the LED installed and ready to go and all you gotta do is put it back in your car. I usually finish the job the same day I recieve the package and ship it back the same day or the next day.


Things that you can usually convert are:

- clock
- climate controls
- sunroof control
- tcs and cruise controls
- oem radio
- fog light control
- Odometer
- Gauges (RPM, MPH, Gas, and Temp)
- Gauge Turn Signals

can also do a custom LEDs on the air vents

here's a pic of my old set-up.



new set-up

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Old December 12th, 2009, 06:42 PM   #2
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God that looks good.
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Old December 12th, 2009, 06:57 PM   #3
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Roger does great work! I can vouch for him. I'll PM you soon Roger .
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Old December 14th, 2009, 12:15 PM   #5
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This may be a stupid newbie question but... can the brightness of your LED's be controlled with the dimmer?
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Old December 14th, 2009, 12:35 PM   #6
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PM me with what you want and i'll give you a price.

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This may be a stupid newbie question but... can the brightness of your LED's be controlled with the dimmer?
yes, but ppl always want their LEDs brighter.
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Old January 25th, 2010, 09:40 PM   #7
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i did a led conversion but the clock is really dim. i can barely read it. where do you get the LED for the clock that doesn't suck? also, for the odometer. mine's bright enough to read but the edges are pretty dim.
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i did a led conversion but the clock is really dim. i can barely read it. where do you get the LED for the clock that doesn't suck? also, for the odometer. mine's bright enough to read but the edges are pretty dim.
did you removed the filter behind the clock?
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no i didn't. how do you do that? is there a filter behind the odometer too?
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no i didn't. how do you do that? is there a filter behind the odometer too?
thats the reason why your clock is dim.

as for the odometer, it doesn't have any filter, but the reason why the center is brighter is because maybe your LED isn't shaved. i shave my LED so the light output is wider.
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ok, i just removed kind of a blue thing with a black frame on one side. it's marginally brighter, but i think i need to aim the led. i'll try that.
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ok, i just removed kind of a blue thing with a black frame on one side. it's marginally brighter, but i think i need to aim the led. i'll try that.
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Old January 25th, 2010, 10:23 PM   #13
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well what do you know. it worked. thanks dood.
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i am sending you a pm as we speak :P
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once it gets warmer and i won't need my heat you got some business ahah
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Hey I sent u a pm requesting a quote so u think you can do it?
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sorry for the late response. havent been on the site for a long time.

all PMs have been replied.
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I have a question about the LED conversation. I recently did my conversation a couple of weeks to a month ago and my LEDs would flicker and then stay on. Sometimes it would just flicker and then just stay off. It only happens to some of the LED where the other ones would just work like they need to. Could it be a weak solder or a bad resistor? Any ideas?
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I have a question about the LED conversation. I recently did my conversation a couple of weeks to a month ago and my LEDs would flicker and then stay on. Sometimes it would just flicker and then just stay off. It only happens to some of the LED where the other ones would just work like they need to. Could it be a weak solder or a bad resistor? Any ideas?
your LED is about to die.
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LEDs are mass produced in large qty and doesn't get check every single one. you will have a defective every once in a while.

that's why parts that goes to aerospace gets stress check before it goes up.
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nice set up, i like the blue.
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nice job on the interior leds, but what about exterior leds? like tail lights?
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nice job on the interior leds, but what about exterior leds? like tail lights?
not offering exterior LEDs at this time. I've only sold 1 pair of tail light to a member here.

Price tag for the tail lights scare people away. lol
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hey roger thanks again for the conversion! you did a wonderful job and im so mad i forgot my gauges lols.. having a hard time finding someone who knows how to do it correctly haha. but definetly great job!
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hey roger thanks again for the conversion! you did a wonderful job and im so mad i forgot my gauges lols.. having a hard time finding someone who knows how to do it correctly haha. but definetly great job!
glad you like it Joey. if you cant find someone who'll nstall your gauges right, just let me know
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