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I have a small issue with a flickering light behind the lights on/off switch.

There appears to be a light behind the headlight adjuster which is fine and at least two behind the light switch dial, the right hand seems to a little tempremental as to whether it comes on or not.

It's not a big of course, just an annoyance.

Could anyone tell me which bulb I'd need and how to remove the light switch panel (it's a Mk3 Mondeo) so i could at least check the bulb seating etc.

Thanks.
 

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I dont think you can buy those ones as they are white led's with a green tinted lens and getting a perfect match will be impossable, i may have some i took out of another light switch if i havent thrown them away.... i will have a look :)
 

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I've decided against it, can't be arsed with fitting, new switch etc, all unncecessary expense for this time of year.

Maybe later in the year instead.

If anyone does have any of these standard green led's floating about or could recommend where to get them, please reply or drop me a PT.

Cheers,
Dan.
 

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i have somewhere floating about the switch unit from a mk6 escort foglamp which has the green LED, which i think is the same green, and your welcome to it, but im not sure if its the same led TYPE i.e. does the ford switch use flat LED's or what not
 

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thelongmile said:
i have somewhere floating about the switch unit from a mk6 escort foglamp which has the green LED, which i think is the same green, and your welcome to it, but im not sure if its the same led TYPE i.e. does the ford switch use flat LED's or what not
They are not the same mate, these are light green coloured and are egg shaped on the top.
 
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