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First, DONT SAY SEARCH, i searched, we all have on this subject. Now this should be the thread to end all questions. I want blue illuminated gauges in my 2000 altima. Besides poisonfist's write up, which is for a 1st gen, is there anyway i can accomplish this, EX using blue bulb wedges and if so what size do i need and where can i get them, all help appreciated, all sarcasm expected.
 

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i'm thinkin of running blue glow wires behind the gauges...but don't have the time and it's not my top priority...so yea...
 

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hmm sounds like a good idea, question is how evenly would it illuminate, heh finding a good layout would be a bitch
 

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or if u looks aroud...there's a new thing where it's like a "EL" sheet...u can cut to shape and put a charge to it via a mini inverter...look around...that way u can cover most of the areas...
 

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just get indiglo gauges that go from blue to green thats what i got
 

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hmmm there's a member on the site that used the indiglos guages from a 98-99 maxima.. and here's his website.. click here his user name is dee27kay
 

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scimani2 said:
just get indiglo gauges that go from blue to green thats what i got
the 2k and 2k1 guages are different from the 93-99 which has the rectangle for the gas and temp guages... we have circles...
 

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Altima2000 said:
hmmm there's a member on the site that used the indiglos guages from a 98-99 maxima.. and here's his website.. click here his user name is dee27kay
how much different is the redline??
and btw... it looks good...
 

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the only thing i don't like from the maxima is that the gauge has to b modified to fit...w/ a couple of holes here n there...only the gas/temp gauge will fit w/o prob...
 

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Thank you for all the help, decided to use the maxima gauges drilling holes isnt all too tasking
 
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