The guages come off and the backing splits away from the front pretty easy.
You can check for power at the bulb sockets. I've seen where one bulb on a circuit goes out and the powers surge/spike causes the other to go too. I've seen it on cars a few times.
If you need bulbs, I can drop a few red led replacements in the mail for you Monday.
2007 Honda 919.
Used to be Red, now it's Green. Open for name suggestions.
$100 PayPal to the first person that can make our gauges go from green to red as the gauges get farther to the right. That would be sick.
No sweat. There are a variety of frequency to voltage IC's that could take the speedo or tach signal and at a predetermined speed / RPM change instrument illumination from green to red. BTW, they have been making both Green and Red LEDs in a single two lead bulb for quite a while -- polarity in one direction lights Green, in the other lights Red. Presently looking for ultra bright units. I'll keep you posted.
I'd be far more interested in one of the "flash" brake lights you see on fire trucks. When the brakes are applied, the brake light flashes then comes one solid. I was behind a fire truck and it was very noticeable.
I imagine they have one of these somewhere. Maybe better would be a constant and flashing brake light.
both mine went out, turned out they had both loosened off, so when pushed back they worked.
I had already bought the red leds incase they were broken, so i put them in. Glad i did the are bling and bright.
Its only a half hour job and easy