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If you don't know how to solder or have little practice, find some parts and wire that can be practiced on before attempting this. The circuit board in the driver window switch is easily damaged, and will have no light if it is damaged.
Digital multimeter (voltage and ohms at least)
15 watt soldering iron with a fine point tip
Alligator clips (work well as a heat sink too)
De-soldering vacuum or braid
Solder assist tool set (not necessary, but helpful)
LED's of choice (3MM size is easier to work with, 2 5MM for the overhead lights and 2 5MM LED's for the door handles)
Resistors (calculated later)
Heat shrink tubing
Solder (I used 0.559 MM diameter)
LED's are sensitive to polarity and will not work if backwards. The positive side is generally the longer wire, but may vary so pay attention. http://encyclobeamia.solarbotics.net/articles/led.html
Door panel removal can be found in DrivenDaily's thread here How-To LED blinker installation in mirror housings
Overhead console removal is easy. Just pull it down carefully, and disconnect the connectors above. There is two screws holding the LED sockets in place.
The door handle lights twist out of the handles counterclockwise and disconnect for the harness.
This is one part to pay close attention and double check your work. I calculated all the lights at a 13 volt source (running), but resistance will vary depending om the LED. Check the ratings of the LED's forward current and forward voltage. Use the typical forward voltage for the calculations. Use the series parallel calculator for the overhead lights and single LED calculator for the switches.
Use the two 5MM LED's here. After removal the LED's are enclosed in a socket. This socket needs to be split open. The wiring is red is positive and black negative for one LED and black is positive and green is negative for the other LED. There will only be one resistor used.
First, remove the old LED's but cutting them off close to the bulbs. Then, strip the wire to expose some wire for soldering. Solder the new LED in place, but do not solder right at the base of the bulb as it may damage it. After the two LED's are soldered in place them back into the housings.
Now, remove the heat shrink by the connector exposing the factory resistor. The terminal will need to be removed on the resistor side for soldering. There is a tab inside the connector to release it. Cut out the old resistor, place some heat shrink over the wire, solder in the new resistor, slide the new heat shrink down and heat it to shrink it. Plug it in and check it before reassembly.