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Can you replace the lights in the buttons on the stock stereo?

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Hi, im sorry to say the bulbs your talking about are LED's and are soldered in so that are not replacable you may get them replaced if you took the stereo out and took it to a electronic repair shop but you would have to work out the cost of repair compared to the cost of replacing the whole stereo.

The problem is if your going to replace one led then you need to replace all of them as with led they have a set amount of usable hours then after this time the stop working so if you replaced the ones that are not working now then the chances are that within weeks or months then the chances are others would stop working and would also need replacing.

Let me know how you get on or if you need further assistance ok

Posted on Feb 01, 2010

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