If i want to replace all my dashboard lights, speedometer, radio, ect with blue or neon lights, how do i do that and what lights do i need to buy?


Asked by nhpride84 Sep 22, 2007 at 11:21 PM about the 2007 Toyota Tacoma Double Cab V6 4WD

Question type: Car Customization

I want to replace all the dashboard light. They are currently red. The speedometer area and radio, ect. I want them all to be neon and blue. How do i go about doing this, what kinda of lights/blubs do i need to get? And what should i be aware of before doing this?? Thank you.

Justin from Tampa, Fl

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Justin, take the dashboard apart and remove the bulbs. They should have numbers on them, or just bring them in to a parts store and match them up. Be aware that the circuit boards and wiring are delicate like in a computer. GO BUCS! I lived in the Tampa Bay area for 30 years (New Port Richey/Hudson).


You might be supprised, but I would bet that you find out that your bulbs in your dash are actually clear. Your dash text and gauges most likely have a tinted layer coated in them. Gauges faces can generally be changed fairly easily for under $100, but I'm not sure about the rest of your stuff.

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Wrong. All of the lights are lit up by surface mount LEDs. For more info on how to change them, visit ToyotaNation.com.

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Just to add the climate control lights are mini light bulbs, but all the others (dash board, radio, clocks) are the surface mount LEDs. Might be a DIY on customtacos.com too.

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