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Old 12-11-2006, 11:26 PM
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78-79 have less bulbs in pod. 87-88 have the same pod bulbs.

* may have to purchase 10 at a time, wholesale.

Qty | Part# | Watts | Osram | Use - Common

1 | 999 631 018 90 | 3 | 6428 | glovebox

2 | 900 631 120 90 | 2 | 3796*| red door warning

3 | 900 631 115 90 | 10 | 5008*| rear park 2, hood 1

3 | 900 631 105 90 | 5 | 6418 | license plate 2, make-up mirror 1 (no sunroof)

4 | 900 631 019 90 | 3 | 2821*| pod gauge face illumination

5 | 900 631 106 90 | 10 | 6411*| door 2, headliner 1, hatch 2 (interior lights)

5 | 900 631 102 90 | 2 | 78180*| clock 1, cigar lighter 1, rear cigar lighter 1, console AT selector 2

9 | 900 631 126 90 | 21 | 7506 | brake 2, reverse 2, turn 4, third brake or rear fog 1


Qty | Part# | Watts | Osram | Use - 2721

80-82 (warnings have brown bulb holder = replaceable bulb, can sub 2721MF)

26 | 900 631 129 90 | 1.2 | 2721*| pod switches 5, AC head 1, AC button 1, warnings 19

83-86 (warnings have black bulb holder = one piece bulb + holder)

7 | 900 631 129 90 | 1.2 | 2721*| pod switches 5, AC head 1, AC button 1

19 | 999 631 301 90 | 1.2 | 2721MF | warnings


Qty | Part# | Watts | Osram | Use - Market

North America

6 | 900 631 104 90 | 5 | 5007 | side markers 4, front park 2

2 | 900 631 126 90 | 55 | H3 | fog

2 | 999 631 127 90 | 60/40 | H6024 | headlight (sealed beam)

ROW

4 | 900 631 103 90 | 4 | 3893*| fender turn 2, front park 2 (inside fog)

4 | 900 631 126 90 | 55 | H3 | fog 2, highbeam 2

2 | 999 631 202 90 | 60/55 | H4 | headlight


Qty | Part# | Watts | Use - Dealer

80-84

1 | 928 641 959 00 | 1.2 | oil pressure (bulb w/plate)

3 | 928 641 958 00 | 1.2 | coolant temp, fuel reserve, voltage low (bulb w/plate)

85-86

4 | 928 641 983 00 | 1.2 | coolant temp, fuel reserve, voltage low, oil pressure


Soldered

PRND32 or CASIS in tach, Radio Shack #7219, 272-1092

Central warning acknowledge, seat belt, and central locking are the same as used for the warning bulbs w/plate.

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Hey Porken,

Thanks for the list. I have been wanting to do this to my OB. I am just waiting to do the fuse panel and ground cleanup. I appreciate you sharing your research with the rest of us
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Just my opinion but I think someone should quickly answer any of Ken's questions to he can get back to work inventing 928 stuff. .....Porkensioner.....
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Frank,

Thanks! It took all day! Mainly, I'm prepping the car so 'Honey Bunny' can drive it. But really, I just like to have all new bulbs on a new car!

I'm sure a vendor (Specialists?) could put together a complete kit for 1/3 of the retail per bulb price for all these. I did all the bulbs from blister packs on the '81 when I bought it - that was expensive.
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Note - many of the bulbs come in boxes of 10! (Updated in the chart with *s)

I guess I'll have to do both the '86 and the '81 too!
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I have been watching one vendor in particular with reference to the LED lights. It all looks so snazzy.
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It's Christmas!



Actually, this is about half of the bulbs - I couldn't wait, and replaced a bunch at my friend's shop!
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Here's the 85- gauge warning lights. These are larger than the PRND32 bulbs.


(4) 928 641 983 00

The early type. The oil pressure is similar but reversed.


(3) 928 641 958 00
(1) 928 641 959 00
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another supplier that's great is Memotronics.com out of Houston. 10 packs on everything. and cheap S+H
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Holy thread revival brim32!
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Originally Posted by PorKen View Post
78-79 have less bulbs in pod. 87-88 have the same pod bulbs.

* may have to purchase 10 at a time, wholesale.

Qty | Part# | Watts | Osram | Use - Common

1 | 999 631 018 90 | 3 | 6428 | glovebox

2 | 900 631 120 90 | 2 | 3796*| red door warning

3 | 900 631 115 90 | 10 | 5008*| rear park 2, hood 1

3 | 900 631 105 90 | 5 | 6418 | license plate 2, make-up mirror 1 (no sunroof)

4 | 900 631 019 90 | 3 | 2821*| pod gauge face illumination

5 | 900 631 106 90 | 10 | 6411*| door 2, headliner 1, hatch 2 (interior lights)

5 | 900 631 102 90 | 2 | 78180*| clock 1, cigar lighter 1, rear cigar lighter 1, console AT selector 2

9 | 900 631 126 90 | 21 | 7506 | brake 2, reverse 2, turn 4, third brake or rear fog 1


Qty | Part# | Watts | Osram | Use - 2721

80-82 (warnings have brown bulb holder = replaceable bulb, can sub 2721MF)

26 | 900 631 129 90 | 1.2 | 2721*| pod switches 5, AC head 1, AC button 1, warnings 19

83-86 (warnings have black bulb holder = one piece bulb + holder)

7 | 900 631 129 90 | 1.2 | 2721*| pod switches 5, AC head 1, AC button 1

19 | 999 631 301 90 | 1.2 | 2721MF | warnings


Qty | Part# | Watts | Osram | Use - Market

North America

6 | 900 631 104 90 | 5 | 5007 | side markers 4, front park 2

2 | 900 631 126 90 | 55 | H3 | fog

2 | 999 631 127 90 | 60/40 | H6024 | headlight (sealed beam)

ROW

4 | 900 631 103 90 | 4 | 3893*| fender turn 2, front park 2 (inside fog)

4 | 900 631 126 90 | 55 | H3 | fog 2, highbeam 2

2 | 999 631 202 90 | 60/55 | H4 | headlight


Qty | Part# | Watts | Use - Dealer

80-84

1 | 928 641 959 00 | 1.2 | oil pressure (bulb w/plate)

3 | 928 641 958 00 | 1.2 | coolant temp, fuel reserve, voltage low (bulb w/plate)

85-86

4 | 928 641 983 00 | 1.2 | coolant temp, fuel reserve, voltage low, oil pressure


Soldered

PRND32 or CASIS in tach, Radio Shack #7219, 272-1092

Central warning acknowledge, seat belt, and central locking are the same as used for the warning bulbs w/plate.
Great guide, thanks Ken!
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Anyone have a cross reference list for the same locations, but with LED bulbs?
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Thank you Ken.
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Originally Posted by granprixweiss928 View Post
Anyone have a cross reference list for the same locations, but with LED bulbs?
The thing with LED alternatives is that there are many choices that one must make concerning colors, brightness levels, price, and what modifications one is willing to do. Also there is the lost functionality of the bulb check computer, cruise control, and an ever present 'stop lamp' warning.

These should work for all cars up to but NOT including S4 models. All bulbs were purchased from superbrightleds.com

Rear tailight X2: 1156 LED Bulb - 18 SMD LED Tower - BA15S Retrofit Red
Brake light X2: 1156 LED Bulb - 27 SMD LED Tower - BA15S Retrofit Red
Backup light X2: 1156 LED Bulb - 18 SMD LED Tower - BA15S Retrofit Cool White
Turn signals X4: 1156 LED Bulb - 27 SMD LED Tower - BA15S Amber
LED turn signal relay: CF13GL-02 LED Bulb Electronic Flasher
Rear marker light X2: 67 LED Bulb - 15 LED Forward Firing Cluster - BA15S Retrofit Red
Front marker light X2: 67 LED Bulb - 15 LED Forward Firing Cluster - BA15S Retrofit Amber
License plate light X2: 3710 LED Bulb - 3 SMD LED Festoon - 38mm Cool White
Front driving light X2: 67 LED Bulb - 15 LED Forward Firing Cluster - BA15S Natural White
Fog lamp X2:
H3 LED Fog Light Bulb H3 LED Fog Light Bulb

Interior:
These festoon bulbs are slightly longer than stock but will fit without too much trouble.
Dome and door lights X5: 578 CAN Bus LED Bulb - 8 LED Festoon - 44mm Natural White

Glove box X1: DE3175 LED Bulb - 4 SMD LED Festoon - 30mm - Cool White 5630 SMD
Door warning light X2: BA9s LED Bulb - 5 SMD LED Tower - BA9s Retrofit - Red

And for MY '83 instrument pod, your needs may vary:
Warning lights are B8.5D socket, RED X14, Blue X1, Green X3: B8 LED Bulb - SMD Instrument Panel LED
Pod illumination X3: 194 LED Bulb - 5 SMD LED Tower - Miniature Wedge Retrofit
Pod switches, GREEN X2, WHITE X1, RED X1, AMBER X1: 74 LED Bulb - 3 SMD LED - Miniature Wedge Retrofit
Resistors for foglight, trip reset, defrost, and emergency flasher pod switches, 1.2k ohm should work? 1/4 Watt Carbon Film Resistors - Through Hole
Clock, HVAC, cigarette lighter bulbs: BA7s LED Bulb - 1 LED - BA7s Retrofit
Not sure if I will go through the trouble of replacing the hard wired bulbs for high temp, low coolant, low voltage, and low fuel but these may work: T-1 style LED bulbs
I will make a standalone thread once I have finished and am satisfied with the results. Hope this helps.

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