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Q: What replacement bulbs should I buy?

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What replacement bulbs should I buy?

A: Your car requires a number of different lig...

Your car requires a number of different light bulbs – from the headlights to the taillights, Brake Lights, dome lights, map lights and more. Over time, your bulbs will eventually burn out and need to be replaced. When that happens, you’ll need the right replacement bulbs. Here’s a handy list of what you need:

  • Headlights: H13
  • Front Parking/Turn: 3457A (Amber)
  • Side Marker: 194
  • Brake/Tail/Rear Side Marker: 3157K/4157K
  • Backup: PS24WFF
  • Third Brake Light: W5WL
  • License Plate: 168
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