Headlight Bulb Size Reference Guide

With so many bulb types, sizes, and specifications vying for eyeballs in the market, finding the perfect match for your car can initially seem like a daunting task.

However, to make it easier, this reference guide endeavors to streamline the process, a step-by-step approach to discern the ideal LED headlight bulb size tailored to your.

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9003 also called H4, HB2, 9003EB, 9003XV, 9003CB, 9003SU, 9003ST. Dual filament bulb used for both Low and High beams. Has separate filaments for High and Low beam functions. Commonly found in many vehicles due to its versatility.

9004 also called HB1, 9004SU, 9004EB, 9004XV, 9004ST, 9004CB. Dual filament bulb used for both High and Low beams. Typically found in older vehicles and some trucks.

9005 also called HB3, H10, H12, 9040, 9055, 9140, 9145, 9150, 9155. Mainly used for high beams and sometimes fog lights.

9007 also called HB5, 9007SU, 9007EB, 9007XV, 9007ST, 9007CB. Dual filament bulb for high and low beam. Commonly used in various vehicles, including trucks and SUVs.

9008 also called H13, H13ST, H13XV.

9012 also called 9006, HB4, HIR2.

9140 also called H10, 9145.

H1 also called H1ST, H1XV.

H3 also called 64146BC.

H7 also called 64210, H7EB, H7XV, H7ST, H7CB, H7SU.

H11 also called H11, H11C, H9, H16 (L-Shaped), H11B. Mainly used for Low beam headlights and Fog lights.

H15: Used for Daytime Running Lights (DRLs) and some high beam applications. Not as common as other bulb sizes.

880 also called 862, 880ST, 881, 884, 885, 886, 889, 890, 892, 893, 893ST, 894, 896, 898, 899.

5202 also called H16 (T-Shaped), 5201, 2504, PSX24W, PS24W, 9009

  • Check your owner’s manual: Your vehicle’s owner manual will usually specify the correct bulb sizes for different lighting functions.
  • Check the existing bulb: Remove the existing bulb and check the model number or size printed on the base.
  • Online Compatibility Tool: Use your auto parts retailer’s online bulb compatibility tool to find the correct bulb size for your vehicle’s make and model.

Knowing your vehicle’s correct headlight bulb size is crucial to maintaining optimal visibility and safety while driving. Refer to this guide to determine the right bulb size for your specific make and model. Always ensure compatibility and quality when replacing headlight bulbs to ensure reliable performance on the road.