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Car Headlight & Bulbs

Car Headlight & Bulbs: Shop for high-quality car headlight bulbs and assemblies to enhance your visibility while driving at night or in inclement weather. Find a range of options, including LED, halogen, and HID, to fit your make and model. Upgrade your lights for improved performance and a sleek new look.

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Car lights are lights installed on a vehicle for various purposes such as illuminating the road ahead, signaling to other drivers, and enhancing the visibility of the vehicle. They come in different types such as halogen, LED, xenon, and laser.

It is important to change car lights for safety reasons because over time, the lights can become dim, start to flicker, or even fail completely. This can reduce the visibility of the vehicle, making it harder to see at night or in inclement weather, and increase the risk of accidents. Updating the lights can also improve the overall look of the vehicle and give it a refreshed appearance. Regular maintenance of car lights is an essential part of responsible vehicle ownership and can help ensure the safety of you, your passengers, and other drivers on the road.

Types of car lights:

  1. Halogen – traditional type, widely used, affordable, low energy consumption, long lifespan.
  2. LED (Light Emitting Diode) – energy efficient, long lifespan, instant lighting, high durability.
  3. Xenon (HID – High Intensity Discharge) – brighter light, wider coverage, longer lifespan, improved visibility, consume less power.
  4. Laser – newest technology, highly efficient, longer lifespan, brighter and more focused light, high cost.

LED Car Headlights are better than Xenon Halogen in several ways:

Brightness: LED lights are brighter and produce a clearer, more intense light compared to halogen bulbs.
Energy Efficiency: LED lights are more energy-efficient and consume less power compared to halogen bulbs, which reduces the load on your car's battery.
Longer Lifespan: LED lights have a much longer lifespan compared to halogen bulbs, reducing the need for frequent replacements.
Instant On/Off: LED lights turn on and off instantly, compared to halogen bulbs that take a moment to warm up to full brightness.
Durability: LED lights are more durable and can withstand rough weather and vibration, compared to halogen bulbs that are more fragile.

There are several types of sockets for Car Bulbs, including:

H1: Commonly used for low beam headlights, fog lights, and daytime running lights.
H3: Commonly used for fog lights and daytime running lights.
H4: Commonly used for low beam and high beam headlights.
H7: Commonly used for low beam headlights.
H11: Commonly used for low beam headlights, fog lights, and daytime running lights.
9005: Commonly used for high beam headlights.
9006: Commonly used for low beam headlights.
9012: Commonly used for low beam and high beam headlights.

Note: It is important to choose the correct socket type for your specific make and model of car to ensure proper fit and performance

In our store, we have a wide selection of car lights for all makes and models of vehicles in Australia. Some of the popular car brands for which we have lights include: Toyota Ford Holden Mazda Hyundai Nissan
Honda Kia Mitsubishi Subaru and other cars

These are just some examples, and we carry lights for many other brands as well. Whether you drive a compact car, a family sedan, or a sports car, we have the right lights for your vehicle to ensure that you have safe and reliable lighting on the road.


Replacing non-functioning car lights is important for the safety of the driver on the road. This is because faulty or non-working lights can greatly reduce visibility, making it harder for the driver to see and be seen by other drivers, particularly at night or in inclement weather. This increases the risk of accidents and can put the driver, passengers, and other road users in danger.

Additionally, driving with faulty lights is illegal in many countries and can result in fines or other penalties. By replacing non-working lights, drivers can ensure that their vehicle is in compliance with the law and that they are operating their vehicle safely and responsibly.

In summary, replacing non-functioning car lights is an important step towards maintaining the safety of the vehicle and its passengers on the road. It is also an essential aspect of responsible vehicle ownership and helps to ensure that drivers are visible to other road users and can drive with confidence.


How to replace car lights, follow these steps:

  1. Identify the type of light you need to replace.
  2. Obtain the correct replacement bulb.
  3. Locate the headlight assembly and remove the power source.
  4. Twist or release the retainer clip that holds the headlight in place.
  5. Remove the old bulb and disconnect the wiring.
  6. Connect the wiring to the new bulb.
  7. Place the new bulb into the headlight assembly and secure it with the retainer clip.
  8. Test the new light and make sure it works.
  9. Replace the power source and close the headlight assembly.
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