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Mr A.the Hun Posted - 11 Feb 2023 : 14:49:01
I know we have some people who understand electronics, can you help please?
I am refurbishing my dash at the moment. While all the wiring and instruments are fully accessible I am replacing all instrument bulbs and warning lamp bulbs with LED's (less current more light). However of course the Ignition warning lamp requires a certain amount of resistance to excite the dynomater (alternator looks like a dynamo) circuit.
Does anybody happen to know the resistor values and therefore what resistor to purchase?
1959 Series 3 Convertible 1725 Alpine Engine.

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