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one of the 7 amp fuses has popped a few times, im assuming that does the head light, because i dont have the stop light connected yet.
heres a pic of the leds on the cluster.
as for the LEDs in the tach/speedo....i might just do a resistor for those. any idea on what kind i should go for?
OK, so those look like LED panel indicator lights, like you'd get at Radio Shack or at an auto parts store. You may need current-limiting resistors with those to keep from burning them out.Check the packaging for specs like this:"Forward Voltage""Forward Current (mA)"If you see stuff like that on the package, you have bare LED's and need resistors. Use an LED calculator like THIS for single LED's, or THIS for arrays, to figure out what resistor you need.
so i used that array calc and came up with a 15 ohm resistor. it puts it in a series parallel format, i just did the inverse of the answers and came up with 15. it had 8 resistors in parallel at 120 ohms each. so the inverse to get a single in series is 15 ohms. what do you guys think? whats to loose?...ill go to the electronic store and buy a brown yellow black gold/silver resisto, hook em up and see if the tach/speedo lights come on. heres to hoping!
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