5202 LED Light Bulb Replacement Guide

What cars use 5202 LED bulbs?
Use the form below to see whether 5202 LED bulb fits specific vehicles

After extensively researching a number of different independent tests, we have chosen the 5202 LED lamps based on the brightness, durability and lifespan.

What Is A 5202 Bulb?

The fog lights on newer vehicles such as the 2014-2018 GMC Sierra, 2018+ Jeep JL Wrangler, and the 2013-2017 Subaru BRZ are powered by 5202 bulbs and 2504 bulbs. Drivers will find that the 5202 bulb is much brighter than the standard halogen headlight.

The 5202 bulb is a LED lamp that has a lot of benefits. It's small in size, so it uses less energy than a larger bulb. The light is also whiter than traditional halogen bulbs, which makes it easier to see at night. It has a color temperature of 6500K and a brightness level of 8000 Lumens which characterizes the 5202 bulb as a LED.

Using the 35W wattage, this bulb may be rated for a lifespan of up to 30,000 hours which is about 10 times longer than a standard halogen bulb. The 5202 bulb is an excellent choice for those who are looking for a brighter, more efficient light. It's also a great option for those who want a white light that will make it easier to see at night.

Can I Legally Fit LED Bulbs Into My Car?

Original equipment LED bulbs are standard for many manufacturers, but if one fails, the whole headlight needs to be replaced as they're not replaceable parts. Retrofitting is the act of replacing a conventional bulb with an LED version.

As a rule, LED bulbs are not legal to fit as a replacement for a halogen headlight on a road car. The exception is if the car was originally fitted with LEDs at the factory - in this case, it's perfectly fine to replace a failed bulb with an LED.

Are 5202 And H16 The Same?

The H16 automotive light bulb is very similar to the other members in the H9/H11 family, such as bulbs H8, H9, and H15. But at the same time, the 5202 automotive light bulb is not as identical to the H16 as it may appear at first sight. The main difference between these two types of bulbs is their connector pins.

In case you think that these two bulbs are similar enough and can be used interchangeably, you may want to know that while the 5202 automotive light bulb will physically fit into the H16 connector, it will not work. The reason for this is that the 5202 bulb has a different number of pins than the H16, meaning that the electrical connection is not made properly.

When choosing a bulb that would be interchangeable with the 5202 lamps, we recommend that you pick a 2504 bulb. It can be used in the same applications as the 5202 and has the same number of pins, making it a perfect replacement for your needs. They both have the same light output, so you won't be sacrificing any brightness by making this switch.

Final Verdict

Those drivers who decided to pick the 5202 bulb for their auto won't regret this decision as it offers a much brighter light than a standard halogen headlight. The 5202 bulb is also more efficient and has a longer lifespan. If you're looking for an interchangeable bulb, we recommend the 2504 bulb. It has the same number of pins and offers the same light output.

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