Correct bulb type for St1100 instrument lights?

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Good morning. A daft question, but here goes.
Does anyone know the correct bulb type for St1100 instrument lights?
Haynes helpfully says that they are 1.7w but makes no reference to the cap type. I have a blown one and would prefer to have the replacement in my mits before getting in to the back of the instrument panel.
Thanks in advance.

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Karl 3 years 6 Answers 565 views 0

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  1. Its a wedge base bulb part number 34908-MB9-871, Dave Silver stocks them.

  2. I’ve got my instrument Panel out right now. Would you like me to look or photo?

  3. T10 capless,I always replace mine with 5w,they do them in different colours as well.I have green in the green Pan and it looks well

  4. You’re better off putting led’s in as they give off a much better and clearer light than normal bulbs. They also do not produce anywhere near as much heat as the standard bulbs and also have a lot less draw on the battery so better all round in my opinion. I did mine about 2 years ago and they’re still going strong. Well worth it mate

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