2018 Lincoln MKZ Headlight Bulb Size
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2018 Lincoln MKZ High and Low Beam bulb size - D3S
Xenon HID Conversion Kit
Extremely Long Life with precise light distribution & consistent performance - can efficiently work for 4000 hours. All HID lights discolor to get whiter/bluer over usage & dim down. When comparing this NEW bulb against your OLD bulb, the NEW bulb may look warmer in color, which is normal. Replacing...
Xenon HID lights deliver better light but consume less power. This offers drivers enhanced visibility while allowing the vehicle to save electrical power for other functions. With twice the amount of light, you can see potential obstacles much sooner. At highway speeds, HID lights give you up to a full...
Looking for an LED conversion kit that will perfectly replace your OEM D3S D3R D3C Xenon bulb without changing any wiring? Look no further than the VehiCode D3S LED Headlight Conversion Kit. Each all-in-one LED conversion light lamp features mute fan cooling and CAN-bus error decoding, making installation a breeze....
Please note before purchasing:
1. These bulbs can only replace factory D1S D1R D3S D3R HID bulbs.
2. Not plug-and-play installation. This product includes two adapter wires, you can use that to splice into the factory wires.
3. Please NEVER install D3S D3R led bulbs to D1S D1R ballasts, and NEVER install D1S...
The 2018 Lincoln MKZ bulb size chart specifies the recommended lamp part numbers and types for all positions of its electrical system, like headlights, fog lights, brake lights, side markers, etc. If you want to upgrade the headlights, the aftermarket bulb you select has to be the exact size your 2018 Lincoln MKZ requires to fit into the housing and match the wattage and voltage specifications. Pay special attention to the marking and make sure the bulb is “DOT” compliant to avoid legal issues.