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Dashboard hood cycle complete.

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The dashboard panel of warning lights .

The hood/convertible roof cycle light has failed.

Can anybody tell me what type of bulb it is and where I can buy one please.

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@T911UK can you advise and supply?

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14 minutes ago, ½cwt said:

@T911UK can you advise and supply?

That would be helpful...thanks for alerting him.

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Not sure exactly what bulb that is, you would need to take it out and see, we have the PCB screw type bulbs in stock

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I'm pretty sure those are all the same clear halogen bulbs on the bottom row under the dials. Thought I'd bookmarked a video of someone replacing them, but haven't, will dig around.

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If I'm correct, you don't even have to unplug the dash. You can pull it up and out a bit an access the row of bulbs at the bottom of the circuit board. Hood bulb is either furthest right or the second one in. 

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13 hours ago, GmanB said:

Couldn't find the video, but managed to track it down to a part number: 996 631 302 90

https://www.pelicanparts.com/More_Info/99963130290.htm?pn=999-631-302-90-M97

Thanks for the info-any idea if local car parts centres would stock these..eg halfords.ECP,GSF?

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41 minutes ago, charlieboy2608 said:

Thanks for the info-any idea if local car parts centres would stock these..eg halfords.ECP,GSF?

https://www.design911shop.com/pages/productList.aspx?search=99963130290

specialoffer
 PRODUCT VEHICLE GROUP
Was £8.45 Now £8.20

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@T911UK gave a much low price than this in another thread recently I believe.

 

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Yes, we have them at £1.50 a pop, bit confusing as the link by GmanB is for the correct part but quotes the wrong part number so maybe people are strggling to search for it?

Correct number is 99963130290  

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I found the part number in the 986 2010 catalogue, so possibly it has been superseded? 

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