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I'm looking to replace the old Dome light bulb when I put everything back together- but am having trouble locating one.
the bulb does not have any legible markings to identify it. Classic Industries does not have one that matches in their catalog, and I have come up empty on internet searches.

anyone have a lead on these?
bulb shown below:

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I'm looking to replace the old Dome light bulb when I put everything back together- but am having trouble locating one.
the bulb does not have any legible markings to identify it. Classic Industries does not have one that matches in their catalog, and I have come up empty on internet searches.

anyone have a lead on these?
bulb shown below:

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I replaced the dome light bulb in my '69 Charger a few years ago. I acquired the bulb at an independent auto parts store and they had an entire box of the bulbs. The auto parts store is Dick's Auto Supply in Azusa, CA. Their phone number is: (626) 969-5891. If the person answering the phone can't help you, ask for Scott, the owner. He is very knowledgeable about older cars and how to research the part numbers. They can probably mail or ship the bulb to you. I have also found obsolete bulbs on e-bay. Year One or Classic Industries may also have the bulb. Check their on-line catalog.
 

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Another option is locate a local car parts or car repair shop that has been in business since the 60s and take the bulb and see if they might have one.
 

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That # will have to be converted to a bulb #.
No kidding! I was giving the original OEM P/N thinking that it may be helpful.
The parts manual for my '10 RT calls out part number 04761872AD for a quart of motor oil. I guess I have to convert that to an SAE viscosity before I do an oil change or just go to the dealer, give them the part number and they can hook me up with the correct stuff.
 

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I'm looking to replace the old Dome light bulb when I put everything back together- but am having trouble locating one.
the bulb does not have any legible markings to identify it. Classic Industries does not have one that matches in their catalog, and I have come up empty on internet searches.

anyone have a lead on these?
bulb shown below:

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That's a B2112 bulb.
Your caps fell off

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That's a B2112 bulb.
Your caps fell off
!!! I would not have thought of that...(and I should have..../Heh!)

Whoever took this out before me really went Gorilla style on it- the tabs on the plastic lens were all broken off, and the light bulb came out just like you see it in the previous photo... they must have shoved it back in with the wire just barely touching the contacts.
in the pic below, you can see the clips for the bulb, and clearly, they hold the B2112 bulb.
Mystery solved.

And the replacement cover is on order from Classic Industries already, I just have to scrape off the nasty glue remnants from the jury-rig job.

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Thanks Everyone!
 
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