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Take the cover off of the speaker side of the radio. Locate the small wheat lamp that is sitting in a rubber grommet on the back of the meter. Pull the lamp out. Cut the wires close to the lamp. Attach a 12v bulb (available from radio shack). polarity is not an issue. Use tape or heat shrink to insulate the connections. Very Simple. Do not be intimidated.

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