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Old 05-10-2018, 04:33 PM   #1
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I have a 3300 SCR AND AM LOOKING TO REPLACE THE COURTESY LIGHTS to led blue. I canít find where to purchase the lights that are the exact measurement. Does anyone have a 3300 SCR THAT HAS CHAMGED OUT THE LIGHTS FOR LED AND GUIDE ME IN THE RIGHT DORECTION? Please!!!
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Are you looking to replace the bulb with an LED bulb or the entire light fixture? I doubt you will find an exact size fixture.
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I would like to just put LEDís in if I could. Finding the right size to fit the existing lights is difficult.
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I purchased T10 wedge base 5smd 5050 LED from Amazon and they fit and work great. I got white but I thing they had blue as well. They also had the double end bulbs for On the radar arch. I also have 3300
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I purchased T10 wedge base 5smd 5050 LED from Amazon and they fit and work great. I got white but I thing they had blue as well. They also had the double end bulbs for On the radar arch. I also have 3300
Now you post in the right thread....LOL.
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I purchased T10 wedge base 5smd 5050 LED from Amazon and they fit and work great. I got white but I thing they had blue as well. They also had the double end bulbs for On the radar arch. I also have 3300
Hey Paul thanks for posting, how do these LEDs comparison to the original lights?
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Hey Paul thanks for posting, how do these LEDs comparison to the original lights?
I have change to LED lights years a go and are great, better and what is most important use very little power. special if you out fishing all night and use the lights. Make a huge different. Worth every penny. When I change them, the price was up there, but now is cheap to do it. They never burn out (good for 25 years), I never have to replace one.
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What year is the 3300? Are these the interior or exterior courtesy lights? Do you have pictures of the courtesy lights currently installed?

You should just be able to do a bulb replacement.

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For the interior puck lights, they are 10w (equivalent) G4 bulbs with side-pins. The key, IMHO is to go for 'Warm' lighting'. The lower the number of Kelvin (K) the better. IF there is no Kelvin rating it is probably very high, which leads to a blue hue to the light. Warm lights are more like an incandescent bulb. I shoot for 2700 Kelvin, no higher than 3000 k.
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1999 3300 SCR. I do have pics of the lights.
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I just replaced the whole assembly for my courtesy lights also. They are a common light fixture on a lot of boats and I also put in the blue led lights. The whole assembly on amazon was 14 dollars a piece and the blue led lights were 7 bucks for 10 of them. I also just replaced my stereo with a bluetooth kenwood marine stereo with the wired remotes and I highly recommend this. Do not pay attention to the reviews, I followed the instructions and the whole stereo with remotes works fantastic.
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