OK, if you want more detail. Obviously you take off the plastic
shade or the olde worlde lantern so you are left with the bulb. You
use a white bulb. You make a sleeve out of black plastic cable
covering and cut a letter box slit for the bulb to shine out from
and affix it firmly (not bobbing) to the screen trim so it can
hardly be noticed. Insignificant compared with the 350 square inches
or so of perspex windscreen. You could use any 12v pea bulb (try a
telephone one which are very small) if you've got a particular
aversion to Xmas.
--- In TriumphTrophy@y..., Mik <trophy@s...> wrote:
> During a gear change, jrfeltham <jrfeltham@y...> penned ...
> >> Having (several times) blissfully driven down the road for miles
> <injection> And me - it's great isn't it ;o)
> >>Any suggestions on how to fix impossible-
> > see-in-daylight indicators?
> >> Blinking in Seattle...
> >Take one 12v Xmas tree bulb. Take a wire, from the
> >bulb, to the L & R indicator plugs
> >then taken around inside the windscreen trim so that the bulb is
> >the top middle, right in the sight line. Make your own improvised
> >waterproof holder
> I think that would look "pants" (naff in the extreme). One of the
> things I did was to removed the windscreen trim which I also think
> naff. I like the "beeper" suggestion or the installation of
> super-bright LED's, admittedly they cost a few dollars ($10 ?) but
> would look a lot more professional than a blinking Xmas tree light
> bobbing about at the top of the windscreen .... (just my
> Ò¿Ó Dame Edna : 1999 PB Trophy 4