What Light Bulb Do I Need For My Car?

How do I know what bulb is in my car?

Miniature / automotive bulbs are identified by a code in the US called the American National Standards Institute, which typically has 4 numbers on the bulb itself.

Do all bulbs fit all cars?

If you buy the right fitting for your vehicle, they will fit no matter what manufacturer you buy them from. Some customers think they need to buy specific bulbs for their country.

What cars use H11 bulbs?

The H11-size bulb is the most popular type of bulb used on modern vehicles, and can be found in the 2012 to 2016 Honda Civic Si, as well as many other vehicles.

What size lights are in my car?

If you want to know the bulb size required for your vehicle, you can call the manufacturer or dealership. They can give you the information most of the time if you give them yourVIN. On the dashboard or near the driver’s seat is where you can find the vehicle identification number.

Can I use A21 bulb instead of A19?

Is the A19 lamps compatible with the A21 lampholders? Because A19 lamps are smaller in all dimensions than A21 lamps, they will fit in virtually all fixture and lampholder designs. The A19 lamps are compatible with the E26 base.

What is the most common light bulb size?

An A19 bulb means that it comes in a standard household shape and is 19 inches in diameter. The A19 bulbs are the most popular light bulb shape.

Can I just put LED bulbs in my car?

Many drivers are tired and frustrated with the dull, yellowish light output from halogen headlight bulbs and as a result, we often get asked: “Can I put LEDs or HID bulbs in my stock halogen headlight?” The bad news is that you can’t.

Can I fit LED bulbs to my car?

Correct? It is unfortunate that not. The British Standard mark can’t be seen on upgrade bulbs that aren’t E marked. No legislation exists for the use of LEDs in a headlight unit, which is the reason why the bulbs can’t be labeled E marked.

Can I fit LED lights to my car?

If your car’s manufacturer has installed them, you can benefit from them, but it’s not legal to add them to your car as an aftermarket installation.

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