This is a pretty simple, although moderately expensive, procedure. The most time-consuming is replacing the fluorescent bulbs with LED strip lighting. There is a pretty good instruction video on YouTube that explains how this is done.
I purchased a roll of LED strip lighting stipulated cool white, 24W in a 16.4 foot roll. You can access their Web site for pricing, but they are relatively inexpensive.
The real expense comes when you replace all the 12 volt bulbs throughout your coach. The best site I found for all the bulbs you’ll need is TechnoRV. Not only does he have just about every bulb replacement, but he also has several instruction video’s that stipulate which type of bulb you’ll need for each replacement.
If you’re a dry camper, or boondocker, you’ll be very happy with the light these LED’s emit, and the small amount of energy they draw.
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