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Map Light Bulb

My map light bulb is burnt out. The one above the instrument panel. Does anyone know what the replacement bulb is?

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Re: Map Light Bulb

Don't know the spec for it but if you put a small screwdriver into the slot right next to the lense you can pry the tab over and easily remove the assembly. Take the bulb to any decent auto parts store and they will match it up.


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Once you get the bulb info, go to SuperBrightLEDs.com (no affiliation) and order LED replacements. You will probably never have to worry about replacing it again.

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Re: Map Light Bulb

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My map light bulb is burnt out. The one above the instrument panel. Does anyone know what the replacement bulb is?
Just looked at a spare I have it has the following numbers and lettering on it. Don't know what all the numbers mean but it is a 12v 5w bulb.

641110 SRAM12V5W w998

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