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Ordered some LED's for inside the Cab and Map lights. Looking for lenses now as mine are really yellowed. Anyone have a source or just MOPAR?
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I haven't seen any aftermarket pieces, you might have to go with mopar. It's a never a bad thing to go with them though
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I don't know that it's possible, but you might want to try one of the headlight restoration systems out there... you know the ones that claim to fix the yellowed out headlight look?

My thinking is that they're both plastic, so it might work

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I don't know that it's possible, but you might want to try one of the headlight restoration systems out there... you know the ones that claim to fix the yellowed out headlight look?

My thinking is that they're both plastic, so it might work

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that would probably work on the back cab light but would be pretty hard on the map lights lol.

How do you pull the lenses off inside on my 09? I am sure you just pry them off or a special way to take them off? I just don't want to break them when I do the LED upgrade. I know probably a stupid question but just wondering
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In any vehicle that I have installed LED in, I have always used a tiny flat head to get the lenses off.

OP, try just cleaning them with soap and water first.
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In any vehicle that I have installed LED in, I have always used a tiny flat head to get the lenses off.
It's not like there is a trick that you have to do to get them off. They are basically wedged in there.

MS is dead on with how you do it. When it comes to the map lights, use the screwdriver on the side that pushes up and down. You'll push into the light slightly and pull down. You should see it comes right out no issues.

Take your time when doing it though. I understand your concern about possibly breaking it, but the replacement part would be relatively cheap.
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