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Can you please post a pic of the interior at night. (including instrument panel gauges)

Thanks!

If it's a navigation model, that'd be even better.
 

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Here you go. There really is a lot more to the Limited instrument panel than I thought. I'm still trying to get used to it.:confused:

 

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Here ya go. Kind of blurry, but the flash looked like daylight.





 

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I am a little disapointed that the steering wheel controls don't light up. I like that feature on my other cars. Oh well, can't have everything. Does look good though.
 

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The Limited instrument cluster looks awesome, both day and night. That was one feature I really liked on the Limited models that I wished the SR5 model had.
 

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how hard can it be to replace the sr5 lighting with limited? its only led's, right?
i hate the orange in my sr5 dash........................
 

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I am a little disapointed that the steering wheel controls don't light up. I like that feature on my other cars. Oh well, can't have everything. Does look good though.
Interesting...I just had to go outside and look...all the buttons on my steering wheel light up. I have the audio controls on the steering wheel if that makes any difference.

Non-illuminated controls on the steering wheel is one of the things that bugged me about my dodge ram qc Larame
 

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how hard can it be to replace the sr5 lighting with limited? its only led's, right?
i hate the orange in my sr5 dash........................
The guages that come with the limited are called Optitron Guages.

Autobots....roll out!
 

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When I first saw the Optitron gauges, I fell in love with them. It made me want a LTD even more. The wife wants the heated seats. Having a hard time waiting till I am ready. Must sell my 96 T-100 first.
 

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Without a doubt, the Optitron gauges are the best in the business for trucks! Take a look at the competition and you'll see why... even the new Silverado's gauges look like their 20 years old.
 

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I am a little disapointed that the steering wheel controls don't light up. I like that feature on my other cars. Oh well, can't have everything. Does look good though.
They do light up for sure. Just not that great of a picture, sorry. If you go to my photo album and view the picture in its largest format, you can make them out.
 

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Without a doubt, the Optitron gauges are the best in the business for trucks! Take a look at the competition and you'll see why... even the new Silverado's gauges look like their 20 years old.
Absolutely, the Optitron gauges are fantastic stuff and it makes all other gauge lighting methods look dated. Toyota even offers it in the lowly Corolla. To get it in a Chevy, you have to buy a Cadillac CTS V. This is one of the main reasons the domestics are unable to move cars - they don't offer comparable features to the competion.

Here it is in the Camry

http://home.comcast.net/~t.hoots/camry35x.jpg

and Accord

http://www.km77.com/marcas/honda/2006/accord/gama/gra/32.jpg
 

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Anymore limited photos?
 
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