Instrument Cluster Colour Change for Alto


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In the 800, behind the ac switches, theres a PCB with small green mounted on it. All u have to do it desolder green ones and solder on blue ones.
Must be the same for alto.
 
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Good DIY job Djluv! Neat explanation with pictures.


Blue console also looks cool!
Great DIY Amit. I have been thinking of this since long but somehow i couldnt find time. But now with such a detailed explaination, i dont think i will stay with my boring cluster. Thanks a ton for this thread.

BTW can you mention the rating of that bulb?
Thats a good and neat DIY Amit! Very well explained and most important, the pics did the talking!!![clap]
Thanks all, [:)]
 
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Friends,

I want your opinion on changing stock bulbs of Alto Lxi (50/65W).

I heard Philips Rally 100/90W, which gives more brighter vision, with additional relay set.
But while enquired in several shops in trivandrum, no one have the same in stock. One suggested OSRAM 100/80W with Hella relay and wiring kit.

I want your suggestions to make a goahead.
 

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Friends,

I want your opinion on changing stock bulbs of Alto Lxi (50/65W).

I heard Philips Rally 100/90W, which gives more brighter vision, with additional relay set.
But while enquired in several shops in trivandrum, no one have the same in stock. One suggested OSRAM 100/80W with Hella relay and wiring kit.

I want your suggestions to make a goahead.
You may go for OSRAM 100/80W if its readily available. OSRAM is reputed brand and lasts longer compared to Philips night vision.

Note- If you have any further queries, feel free to start a new thread.
 
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Hi ∂נℓυν, is that a pioneer 5850 hu? by the way the DIY is awesome, i see that you are from delhi, can i come to see your ride?

I think that my 2004 zen lxi's meter lights are faded, i can barely see them. I am going start a new thread, regarding that, because I feel that this is an issue with 2003-2006 model zens.
 
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Hi ∂נℓυν, is that a pioneer 5850 hu? by the way the DIY is awesome, i see that you are from delhi, can i come to see your ride?

I think that my 2004 zen lxi's meter lights are faded, i can barely see them. I am going start a new thread, regarding that, because I feel that this is an issue with 2003-2006 model zens.
yes bro, that's' a Pioneer 5850 HU, i live in faridabad to be exact, you are welcomed anytime [clap]
 

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Hi, Could you please tell me where did you get those blue caps for the bulbs.

What I have done for my 800 is, I removed the regular bulbs n put orange bulbs(side turn signal lamps), that also looks good, but your's is super.
 
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You will get those from any local mechanic who sells bulbs, repair them, keeps headlight, basically a car electrician [evil]
 
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Friends,

I want your opinion on changing stock bulbs of Alto Lxi (50/65W).

I heard Philips Rally 100/90W, which gives more brighter vision, with additional relay set.
But while enquired in several shops in trivandrum, no one have the same in stock. One suggested OSRAM 100/80W with Hella relay and wiring kit.

I want your suggestions to make a goahead.
Yes it would be great having 100/90, I have it on my 800, but check whether your dynamo and battery supports for this...
 

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