Do all light bulbs fit the same?
Light bulbs come in a variety of sizes and shapes, depending on where you’re using them. The standard light bulb used in U.S. households is an A19 bulb with E26 base. The E means that the bulb has an Edison Screw and the 26 means the base is 26mm across (in Europe you’ll find E27 bulbs).
How do I know if a light bulb will fit?
If you choose the wrong base the bulb will not fit, you should never force the bulb into the base of your fixture it should fit very easily. To find the size of you base you need to measure the width of your base in mm, the number you get is the size of your base.
Are bulbs universal?
For example, bulbs such as H1, H4 & H7 are all universal fittings. No matter what manufacturer or where you buy them from, they will fit, as long as you buy the correct fitting for your vehicle.
Does Watts matter when replacing a bulb?
Watts do matter when it comes to paying your electric bill. That’s because a watt is a unit of power. … Watts also matter when you’re choosing a light bulb to use in a fixture that has a maximum wattage limit or when you’re replacing one of the bulbs in a multi-bulb string, such as your Christmas tree lights.
Can I put a brighter bulb in my headlight?
The good news is that your car’s headlights can be just as bright. Stock halogen headlights can be converted to LED by using an LED headlight conversion kit. The conversion process is actually very simple since the LED bulbs fit right into your halogen housing and connect right into your headlight power harness.