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Light Bulb Specs?

Discussion in 'Subaru Sambar' started by Ricky Y, Oct 31, 2021.

  1. Ricky Y

    Ricky Y New Member

    I'm looking to replace all the light bulbs to LEDs.. Just wondering where can I find a list of the light bulb specs for my TT2. TIA!!
     
  2. Ohkei Dohkei

    Ohkei Dohkei Active Member

    Me too. I'd like to replace the reverse light and the bed light with brighter led bulbs... Any bulb specs?
     
  3. SAITCHO

    SAITCHO Active Member

    Changed the lights on mine and found the specs on megazip. Find the various assemblies and they list the bulbs needed.
     
  4. Adam Wheeler

    Adam Wheeler Active Member

    Not sure if the KS and the TT share the same bulbs but for my KS4:

    Reverse light & license plate light are 1156
    Taillights are 1157
    Overhead interior light is 30mm festoon
    Rear bed light is also a 30mm festoon
    Daytime running lights are 194
    Instrument cluster are combination of T5 74 & T10 194 bulbs
    Headlights are h4 (9003)
     
    Last edited: Nov 25, 2021
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  5. Ricky Y

    Ricky Y New Member

    I managed to change out all my light bulbs to LED using megazip.
    And the lights on the TT are pretty much the same as KS.

    I didn't touch the instrument cluster cos I'm way too lazy to remove it.. LOL.. also the current lights is already bright enough with no way to adjust the intensity (UnlessI just didn't know how to).

    I ordered all my LEDs from lasfit.com. They are doing 20% off right now.
     
  6. Ohkei Dohkei

    Ohkei Dohkei Active Member

    Perfect! Thanks. It's amazing that something built halfway around the world uses the same bulbs as an old Chevy.
     
  7. Ohkei Dohkei

    Ohkei Dohkei Active Member

    I was able to replace my reverse light, bed light, and interior light with new led's. The bed and interior were 100% brighter. The reverse was a little brighter, but not what I had hoped. I think it is due to the bulb being so deep in the housing.
     

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