Are you asking what size?
You standard size light bulbs will fit into them, just make sure they are the right style.
H1 size Bulbs
Oh wow, there are big light bulbs for the headlights and medium size bulbs for interior lights and itty bitty lights for the gauges. If you need specific numbers for replacement bulbs check your owners manual. Cheers
The lowbeams are 9006 and the highbeams are 9005. If you look behind the bulbs, it tells you what size they are.
Top Light is H7 Bottom light is HB3
Yes, ordinary light bulbs are rated in terms of luminosity (which is generally understood as a measurement of brightness) AND voltage AND current. And physical size AND type of base (screw in, bayonet and which size?).There are many parameters that a light bulb can be rated by.
Halogen light bulbs are made in a variety of sizes to meet different needs.
There are many different 'light bulbs' in any car - please be more specific
Yes you can if the new bulbs are compact fluorescent. It is the heat that light bulbs generate that governs the size the fixture can legally use without causing damage to the fixture.
yes fluorescent light bulbs are okay but be sure to read the package to make sure you have the right size and color temperature for your needs.
Circular bulbs use high volts,an there fore use more energy,longer thinner bulbs use less.
The socket size for the trunk tail light on a 2001 Buick LeSabre is 7mm. Bulbs can be purchased at most local automotive repair stores.
A 2008 Chevy Tahoe uses a standard 9005 size light bulb. Bulbs are designed to last for many years and rarely require replacement.
What matters is the electrical power it uses in watts and the amount of light in lumens. The size of the light does not matter, whch can be proved by trying bulbs of different sizes with the same watt and lumen rating.
No, although (at least in North America) a 2-foot size is by far the most common.
What size bulbs in vanity mirror on a 1999 ford explorer?
If you go to the parts store they will tell you, and since your there you can also buy them.
5 1/4 i know from experience 6 1/2 can be made to fit but not the easiest
Around 14 gallons
Still using incandescent light bulbs? If so, you're wasting electricity and your electric bill will no doubt show it. Fluorescent lighting is far from new, but the way the bulbs are shaped, is. There was a time when you couldn't buy a fluorescent light bulb to fit many existing lamps and fixtures. Someone must have heard us complain, because now you can find fluorescent bulbs in almost any shape and size. A simple and effective way to watch your electric bill go down measurably is to simply change light bulbs from incandescent to fluorescent.