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Q: What replacement bulbs do I need?

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What replacement bulbs do I need?

From your headlights to your brake lights, map lights and rear cargo area light, you’ll find bulbs in use throughout your car. Over time, those bulbs will blow, although they should last for many years without having to replace them. Of course, it’s helpful to know what types of bulbs you need when the time does come. Here’s a quick list:

  • High beam headlights: 9005

  • Low beam headlights: 9006

  • Fog lights: H11

  • Front turn signals and parking lights: 7443

  • Rear side markers: Wedge bulb (not colored)

  • Rear turn signals: 7440

  • Reverse lights: 921

  • License plate lights: 168

  • Vanity lights (visors): Wedge bulbs (not colored)

  • Interior lights (dome and map): Double end bulbs

  • Cargo compartment light: Double end bulb

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