|Item Weight||0.634 ounces|
|Package Dimensions||4.37 x 2.83 x 0.74 inches|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Manufacturer Part Number||DODOFUN-T5|
DODOFUN White T5 37 74 LED Bulb with Twist Lock Socket PC74 PC37 Dashboard Instrument Panel Gauge Cluster Light Pack of 10
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- Advantage: 3030 chipset, high brightness, more stable, high cost performance
- Direct replacement for all T5 Wedge Type 17 18 37 70 73 74 79 85 86 2721 and PC74 PC37 PC118 882 size
- Application reference: dashboard instrument panel ,gauge cluster, indicator, and map light, vanity mirror light, glove box light etc. interior light
- Notice: if the LED does not light up, please simply flip it 180 degrees to reverse the polarity, just make sure the polarity is correct
- warm tip: some car models comes with colored lampshade which will make the lighting color tiny different, it is physical phenomenon, it is very normal
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Light Color: white
Base: T5 / PC74
Input: DC 9V-16V
LED Type: 3030-Chip / 3-SMD
Brightness: about 300 lumens per bulb
Package Content: 10 pcs T5 74 37 73 LED Blubs with 10 pcs twist lock base socket
T5 17 18 27 37 58 70 73 74 79 85 86 206 207 286 306 307 308 406 407 2721 PC74 PC37 PC118 882
Gauge cluster instrument panel lights, map light, dome light, vanity mirror light, dashboard light, license plate light, trunk light , glove box light etc (depending on the model of specific car)
If the LED does not light up, please simply flip it 180 degrees , it will work well (make sure the polarity is correct)
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1.) Take out the old bulbs/sockets.
2.) Carefully remove each incandescent bulb from the original sockets (do NOT use pliers. Have a person with strong hands pull them out using NO TOOLS, fingers only).
3.) Insert the new LEDs into the original sockets, seating them completely.
4.) Place the original sockets with the new LEDs into the instrument cluster.
5.) Plug in the cluster and check the lights. If you have dim spots in the cluster, don't panic! Identify the dim socket, unplug the cluster, pull out the socket that's dim, ROTATE IT 180 DEGREES, and reinstall it. It will now light up. Apparently these sockets are polarity-sensitive.
That's it! Your lights should now all be working.
These made my cluster look like new. Everything is working great.
Now if only these guys would also sell the lights for the HVAC panel........
They all work. If yours don't light up at 1st, rotate them 180°. Cars run on direct current. There is a positive and negative side. Just like your car's battery.
These bulbs are very well designed and solidly built compared to other LED bulbs. They clicked into place nice and tight. They're bright. The color of the light makes my instrument cluster look new.
That said, these were advertised for a 2004 Sequoia. I understand such designations are though Amazon's vehicle selection process, so it is not so much that these fit but can be 'made' to fit where it's close enough to fit though a couple have to be turned just so, unlike OEM that have full fit. Let's just say they are a little awkward.
I didn't want to be one of those unfortunates that didn't check function before putting the instrument panel (IP) back, only to discover half of them don't work.
So here is what I did. My vehicle has three connectors behind the IP that most people disconnect in order to install the bulbs. I noticed that the main wire bundle with those three tails was secured further back in the dash cavity.
Using a fastener removal tool, I popped the plastic retainer of the main bundle which allowed me to pull the IP put further leaving the three connectors connected. This say, I would install a bulb and see right away if it worked.
What I did was make sure to be mindful of what side of the bulb (with a number stamped on it) and the twist lock socket (lettering on the back) for reference. I notices that direction the lettering of all the other sockets in the dash were facing (upside down) so made sure the new ones did too.
Then I guessed and used the side of the bulb with the number stamped in it (the other side was alpha-numeric) and slid the bulb in. 50/50 odds.
Some LED bulbs take a little effort to wedge in the socket, even the ones they came with and even having used I used a small dab of dialectic bulb grease. Luckily, the LED lit the first time up, so no guessing game from there on out.
I had three LEDs that would not light. Yes, I flipped them just to be sure that the bulbs didn't have random polarity gates, and tested by inserting known good bulbs in the IP sockets.
A 70% rate of proper function is very impressive. However, the ones that did work were both VERY bright (too bright for my wife) AND dimmable, at least in my vehicle.
The problem with dimming the I bP lights is that the remaining Incandescent bulbs in the radio/HVAC panel dim too much. I hadn't considered that. Now I will have to find more LEDs for so all of the panel lights can be dimmed evenly across the board.