I recommend buying the LEDs that are SMD for type A and type B. the older style LEDs are not as bright as the incandescent bulbs.
(1)Type B - green
(9)Type B - white
or choose your colors
In the pic above, the type A is on the left and the type B is on the right.
So far so good! It is holding up nicely on the exhaust manifolds and heat shields. No discoloration and you can touch it while running. I wouldn't want to leave my hand there but you can touch the exhaust. I couldn't do that when it wasn't coated.
Adding value to this thread as it was a wealth of information:
80 Series mods for the day thanks to @nuclearlemon and this thread ;)
The hood part number is Strong Arm 4551L-R Gas Charged Hood Lift Support https://www.liftsupportsdepot.com/st...551l-r-gas.../
$35.10 for both struts. Stonger...
I switched over to 315 70 R 17 Goodyear Duratracs when the Toyos wore out. The old Toyos (a mix of USA made and Japan made) lasted 60,000+ miles. I switched because the new Toyos didn't last more than 10,000 miles. So far...
I received a PM asking about the air bag and fuel lights and I thought for sure I posted something in here about it.
Those two bulbs are still incandescent in my truck. If you put an LED in the airbag indicator, it stays dimly lit and doesn't turn on when you cycle the ignition like it should...
One bulb type per post:
Type A (T3) and type B (T4) to start. Post 11 has the picture and the size. There is only (1) Type A (T3) in the entire vehicle and that is in the antenna switch. Every other bulb, with the twist lock base, is a Type B (T4). Reference post 87 for what I finally used...