Need 12 Volt 2 Watt bulb for e9 Clock

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Installing a newly rebuilt clock and found the bulb burned out. It looks like the original bulb. Is this an easy source or will one of you have to sort through your parts stash?

Thanks, Steve
 

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They are easy to procure...
I think I have some. Although even amazon should have them.
Let me know if need help.
 

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Installing a newly rebuilt clock and found the bulb burned out. It looks like the original bulb. Is this an easy source or will one of you have to sort through your parts stash?

Thanks, Steve
This might be the time to replace all the instruments’ bulbs with 3 watt ones. Not only will you have brighter instruments, they will all look the same . Nothing more irritating than uneven lighting
 

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These are what I believe are in my clock.
Believe it’s size is called; T5
This one is a clear one.
My clock required two.
 

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Steve, Does it use a holder of some sort to attach to the clock and the harness? The e9 cluster uses 12 bayonet style 2W bulbs. The e3 uses the type Mot posted.
 

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Steve, Does it use a holder of some sort to attach to the clock and the harness? The e9 cluster uses 12 bayonet style 2W bulbs. The e3 uses the type Mot posted.
Lol. Mot actually is Tom backwards. Lol
I’m a little backwards at times. Lol
 
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