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1984 GTV6, 1973 Berlina, 1987 Milano
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Does anybody know a part number for the little bulbs that go into the warning lights as well as some of the other dash lights on a Berlina? Or where to find them?

I have at least one out, I figure I should get a few replacements.

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Ian
 

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Great, thanks!
 

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I find the auto part store selection is too limited, overpriced, and of dubious quality for our cars. Instead, try AutohausAZ.com. I source all my auto bulbs from them--usually Osram / Sylvania. One of their few product categories that hasn't been outsourced to China. But that's another rant.

They won't list our 70s Alfa models. Instead go to the bulb category for, say, a Late 70s 5-series BMW. Lots of various bulbs in that model applicable to Alfas.
 

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On the Giulia the BA9s are pretty dim for the warning lights, so I replaced them with LEDs from superbrightleds.com. Not sure if this is an issue with the Berlina.

If you're interested let me know and I can look up what I ordered.
 

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I'm not sure it's a BA9, that looks to have a metal base. These are wedge bulbs. The OSRAM 2821 looks to be close, but might be too big.

They had a 1.2V at O'Reilys, but I didn't see the 2821.

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Thanks for the tip to check Autohaus!
 

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Osram 2721 12v 1.2 watt crosses to a german brand flosser 4191 or osram 2722 12v 2 watt flosser 4391 are the smaller wedge bulbs. Also used in berlina osram 3898 base ba7s flosser 4051 12v 2 watt can't find 3 watt anymore. Also the 3796osram, flosser 4038ba9s base for within the instrument pods.
 
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