Headlights, Headlamps & Bulbs
Not only is it unsafe to drive with burned out lights, it’s also illegal. Don’t wait for your headlights to dim and burn out before you replace them. Most headlights will dim over time and replacing them regularly will ensure the best lighting performance.
Replace your headlamps or taillights in pairs to avoid uneven illumination, which can reduce your driving visibility. Maximize visibility in your vehicle with a visit to Brakes Plus.
Where to get a Headlight Bulb Replaced?
Has your headlamp, headlight bulb, blinker or taillight bulb gone out? Depending on your vehicle, replacing your own bulbs can be a very simple do-it-yourself job, or a very involved process that requires you to remove parts to get to the bulb.
Refer to your owner’s manual to find out what kind of bulb wattage and bulb number is specific to your vehicle. Your vehicle owner’s manual will have more than just the type of bulb, it will also show you were your bulb is placed and how to switch out your headlight.