That's a good question. The only thing that irks me about the 2010 Corolla is that the S comes with Optitron gauges, and I wanted those very badly when I bought my '09, haha.
the big question here now is... do we have a step by step instruction with pictures and diagrams that we could follow on how to remove the instrument panel and get to the inside of those lights and printed circuit boards? desoldering and resoldering is an easy task with the right tools.
also the big question: where do we get the optitron gauges from?
well then why not just opt out for a lexus? then you wont have to worry about the gauges.it has always been my belief that if u got the right amount of money you can buy anything you want.
well then why not just opt out for a lexus? then you wont have to worry about the gauges.
theyre the same in every model.But then the instrument cluster colors will differ from the stereo/climate control..