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anyone know the wiring for the RGB lighting for the xB? the optional one? cause I would like to add more to it... and and also replacing the foot wells as well as adding to the rear seat... I think its just a standard 4 wire.. 3 + ground but I found this High Power RGB LED Weatherproof Flexible Light Strips - WFLS-RGB | Top Emitting | Flexible LED Light Strips | LED Light Strips & Bars | Super Bright LEDs
but its opposite, think it will work? I know I just need to go out to my B with a multimeter and check it myself.. but if someone here knows already then I can just order it and be done with it.
http://www.superbrightleds.com/more...erproof-flexible-light-strips--wfls-rgb/1472/
 

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also looking for the bulb type for the shifter plate, I cant pull the bulb out of its socket otherwise I might be able to tell just by looking at it. any ideas guys?
 

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ok, going by either the manuels I downloaded OR your link zinger it looks like it is a 4 wire setup from the control module to the drivers side LED, then it splits from there to go to the passenger side... not sure what the pin-outs are for it though as I need to run a multimeter on it... regardless.

First things first is the bulbs behind the A/C Controls, those are the old standby Toyota Neo/Wedge base bulbs... https://www.superbrightleds.com/mor...gauge/neox-led-bulb-instrument-panel-led/220/ (used the 4mm ones) got LEDs to replace those and the the bulb in the shifter selection area is a #74 bulb... so an LED that could do 360 would work there... https://www.superbrightleds.com/mor...led-bulb-3-smd-led-wide-angle-wedge-base/228/ which I found bit is a little to bright I think but still works fine.

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I think my next step is to try blocking the light leaking into the gating in the shifter.
 

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yep, its a pain in the butt though to pop the lights in, as they are polarity sensitive, in that if it doesnt turn on one way you have to remove it and turn it 180 before putting it back in... 2 of them went in correct on the first try, the last one dident want to turn when I put it in at first..

Also greetings from the 909, Rialto here.
 
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