It's all led illumination.Yes, too bright. My wife drives this vehicle more than I and she complains of this also. I'm kinda wondering if the dash lighting is fiber-optic or LED ? ? Would be nice if it were old school and could just swap out a lower wattage bulb. Sounds way to easy, I know
Great solution, good thinking.Go to a tint shop and ask them for a small piece of dark tint. Pull the cluster apart and insert the tint behind the high beam indicator symbol.
The cluster is easy to get out, all you need is a 7mm socket and a little time. I pulled my cluster out and apart on the trail one time, I had to perform a dinger-ectomyto the feller witht the idea of putting a piece of tint in to reduce the brightnes, how much of a pain is it to pull the cluster apart to do this?
I think its a good idea. All I was saying is by asking for a redneck fix you cant be to picky LOLYou guys laugh at my redneck fix, but I swear you can't see the tape. And at night it blocks the blinding ray but still allows a little blue glow around it to let me know the high beams are on. I'm going to take some photos...
If you punch a circle out of electrical tape and apply it over the blinding blue dot, you don't even see the tape during the day unless you look for it. It looks fine. Price is right. Was my first mod.You did ask for a redneck fix LOl
Welcom to the forumIf you punch a circle out of electrical tape and apply it over the blinding blue dot, you don't even see the tape during the day unless you look for it. It looks fine. Price is right. Was my first mod.
First post to JKOwners. Hear you all have a nice forum.