Part# 11-03205
MFR Model# 01-0770119-09
Model #DescriptionPart Number
*A350-1414V Post Light Assembly11-03205



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These would be too expensive at half the price! BUT, when compared to crashing because you cant see a key instrument in the dark, I suppose the cost isnt so bad. What can you do, its aviation!

December 7, 2017


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Q: Do you have replacement bulbs for 11-03214? Red or Green

We have added the replacement parts as "Accessories" on this web page. 11-03214 is 14V so the replacement bulb would be 11-04016. This bulb itself is clear. The replacement head assemblies are also listed. They come in red, instrument white, and clear. Note: the clear has a blue-ish tint.

Q: What is the wire length that comes with the connector nut for the light post, part # 11-03205?

The wire length is 35.5".

Q: Is the A-350-14 post light dimmable?

Yes, this light can be dimmed.

Q: What is the diameter of the hole in the panel?

It is designed to replace one of the mounting screws on an instrument so you wouldn't need to drill a hole into the panel. If they wanted to mount it to the panel directly its the diameter of a 6-32 screw(.138".)

Q: What is the thread size of the post?


Q: Do you put these in the upper or lower instrument mounting hole, left or right? Will one light illuminate more than one instrument, or is this a one per instrument deal?

As these are accessory lights, there is no specific (regulatory or otherwise) mounting restrictions.

Q: Which dimension(s) is different between the small and large? is it the post height?

It would be the length of the threaded section.

Q: Are these post lights PMAd or TSOd?

These lights have a PMA for Mooney aircraft only.

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