Yes there are. I got some nice LEDs for the C5 and also added extra front and rear side marker lights. I will dig up the receipt tomorrow evening and post the exact bulb types that I purchased from superbrigntleds for the neutral and turn signal.Regards,GSS
Here is the list of complete LED bulbs for a C5. I tried 2 different 1157 bulbs for the tail light. The 30-LED BA15 on line 1 is very dim, and the Motorcycle Tail 19-LED on line 2 is much brighter, but still not as good as the OEM incandescent. Both were a waste of time and money as there is little if any illumination of the sides of the light.Moving on to the smaller bulbs...see attached invoice for specific part numbers as they have multiple variants on superbrightleds.1 BA7 amber for the fuel light1 BA7 red for the Royal Enfield logo (LED lights do not work for the check engine light so you don't need to buy a second one)4 BA9 cool white for the 2 tiger eyes, pilot bulb and backlighting for the speedometer2 BA9 green for neutral and "trafficator" light1BA9 blue for high beamThese little lights do a great job - nice and bright in full sunlight.Regards,GSS
Interesting. If it only works one way I think it's a polarity thing, but I'll be darned if I can think of a sensibly wired circuit offhand that would do that Scott
Are there any brighter neutral light and turn signal indicator LED replacement bulbs? They are hard to see in bright sunlight.
Yet you appear to state that you made a direct indicator bulb replacement without adding any diodes.
GSS - Isn't that a symptom that appears when the 4 turn signal lights themselves are replaced with low current-draw LEDs? I'm not sure we're talking about the same thing - I'm keeping the turn signal lights incandescent, only switching the indicator light in the speedo............Am I out in left field on this one?
It appears to me that in order to replace the indicator bulb with an LED, the diode scheme must be implemented, regardless of whether the factory turn signal bulbs are retained or they are replaced with LEDs. Yet you appear to state that you made a direct indicator bulb replacement without adding any diodes. Singhg5 has a video where he also apparently makes a direct indicator replacement without adding any diodes.Do I need the diodes or not? What am I missing here?
Why so much confusion?The indicator bulb is a direct swap. no wiring needed. no diode needed.A DIRECT BULB SWAP from original bulb to LED.ONLY....and I mean ONLY if you put LED bulbs in your actual turn signals.(not the indicator) do you need the DIODE kit.
...........gremlin can shake his head and say..........
Mattz: It's all good...Remember its only snow and it will melt..
Regarding the "warning indicator assembly" (the unit where the ammeter used to be) - how the heck do I get the fuel/MIL/park lamps out of the housing? I can't budge them, and I don't see how the housing comes out of the nacelle.
The MIL lights can be a bit of a bear. I used some long needle nose pliers to pull them out.
Thanks, Jack. It's that disheartening crack and the realization that you were in fact tugging on something too hard that wasn't meant to be tugged on...Does the rubber remain in the nacelle, or does it come out with the housing?
............. I dipped the head into some heavily amber-tinted water-based lacquer that I use for instrument finish. ..............
so what is the trick to getting the bulb out?
..............the finish is KTM-9, made by Grafted Coatings............................... Makes my hurdy-gurdies hard and shiny...