Hello all...I have a led project I have been doing in my vehicle...I have a Bose/Clarion radio that has blown incandescent bulbs. I have already done the instrument cluster & climate control with drop-in led's so I decided to try & fix the radio. My problem is that the radio has soldered in incandescent bulbs. I have taken apart the unit and determined(with the help of a schematic) that the unit does have power to those blown bulbs. I would like to solder in led's in those spots if possible...according to the schematic there is 12.6 volts applied to 5 incandescent bulbs. I was thinking that I would be able to solder in 5 led's each with their own resistors(1/4 watt 560 ohm)...Then I thought maybe since they will all be tied in together that if I could find led's rated at 2.5 V then I would not need any resistors at all...Am I processeing this correctly? I don't want to overload the circuit board with led's/resistors so any help would be appreciated!