9006 Replacement Light Bulbs

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Product specifications (main)

Size 9006 9006 9006 9006
Type LED LED LED Xenon
Wattage 40W 26W 30W 55W
Voltage 12-24V 12V 9-32V 12V
Color Temperature 6500K 6500K 6500K 4300K
Manufacturer Part Number B07WCS6GN1 B08915MDT7 B07V3TQ4BK B002E2UK8O

Product specifications (additional)

Light output 8000 Lm 6000 Lm 8000 Lm
Lifespan 50000 Hours 30000 Hours 30000 Hours
Weight 1.6 Oz
Bulb Length 2.83 In 4.3 In

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Product Specifications (main)

Size

9006
9006
9006
9006

Type

LED
LED
LED
Xenon

Wattage

40W
26W
30W
55W

Voltage

12-24V
12V
9-32V
12V

Color Temperature

6500K
6500K
6500K
4300K

Manufacturer Part Number

B07WCS6GN1
B08915MDT7
B07V3TQ4BK
B002E2UK8O

Product Specifications (additional)

Light output

8000 Lm
6000 Lm
8000 Lm

Lifespan

50000 Hours
30000 Hours
30000 Hours

Weight

1.6 Oz

Bulb length

2.83 In
4.3 In

Price



What Should You Know About The 9006 Bulb?

Here we will speak not about the peculiar 9006 LED light bulb, but in total about the 9006 light bulb in general.

The 9006 light bulb is a halogen lamp that has been designed for use in automotive headlight applications. The 9006 bulbs is also known as the HB4 lamp. The 9006 light bulb has a P22d base and an ECE category H4, which means it is approved for use in Europe.

These lamps are vehicle-specific which means that a 9006 light bulb for a Mercedes-Benz is not the same as a 9006 light bulb for a BMW. The voltage and wattage of this bulb are different and not always cross-compatible. This model has 12 Volts and 55 Watts of power. With such characteristics, this lamp may be used in different cars.

What Are The 9006 Benefits?

Up to 100 percent more vision on the road than basic minimum legal criteria in low beam headlamp test results. It's great for nighttime drivers and when you're frequently driving in rural areas or streets with little lighting. When you drive on dark country roads, you can see an animal or pedestrian in time to avoid an accident.

Also, drivers will get +25 percent whiter light for added clarity compared to standard halogen headlamp bulbs. The 9006 light bulb emits a bright, white light that is closer to natural sunlight than the yellowish light of standard halogen headlight bulbs. This makes it easier to see at night and in poor weather conditions.

The original equipment quality seal promises the most reliable performance, so there is no need to worry about the bulb burning out quickly. The 9006 light bulb has a long lifespan, which means you won't have to replace it as often as other headlight bulbs.

What Vehicles Use 9006 Headlights?

9006 lights are compatible with a wide range of vehicles, including the Acura MDX, Audi A6, BMW M3, Chevrolet Avalanche, GMC Envoy, Honda Accord & Civic, Mazda Miata, Nissan Titan (4th generation), Saturn Vue (2nd and 3rd generations), Toyota Camry. All these car models have one thing in common - they use a 9006 light bulb for the low beam headlights.

In order to understand whether the 9006 automotive light bulb is compatible with your car, you should check several aspects. First, the base of the bulb - it should match the base of your headlight. Second, the voltage and wattage - they also should be the same as your headlight. And only after that, you can be sure that the 9006 light bulb is compatible with your car.

In order to replace the 9006 light bulb, you will need to remove the headlight assembly from the vehicle. Once you have done that, you can access the back of the headlight and unscrew the old bulb. Then, you can screw in the new 9006 bulbs and reassemble the headlight assembly.

It is important to make sure that the new bulb is screwed in tight so that it does not come loose while you are driving. Otherwise, it could fall out and cause an accident. You should also check the aim of the headlight after you have replaced the bulb. This is done by turning on the headlights and looking at the pattern of light on a wall or other flat surface.

If the light is not aimed correctly, it can blind oncoming traffic or fail to illuminate the road properly, which could lead to an accident. It is important to follow these instructions carefully in order to ensure that you are replacing the 9006 light bulb safely and correctly.

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