💡 Acura TSX Headlight Bulb Size

2014 Acura Tsx Chart Bulb Number

Fog Light Bulb Front

H11 LED

Fog Light Bulb Front

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H16 LED

Headlight Bulb High Beam

9005

Headlight Bulb Low Beam

D2S

Center High Mount Stop Light Bulb

LED

Brake Light Bulb

7443R

Turn Signal Light Bulb Front

7528

License Plate Light Bulb

168

License Plate Light Bulb

917

Parking Light Bulb

7528

Tail Light Bulb

7443R

Daytime Running Light Bulb

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9005

Turn Signal Light Bulb Rear

7440A

Back Up Reverse Light Bulb

7440

Side Marker Light Bulb Front

7528

Tail Light Bulb Inner

168

Tail Light Bulb Inner

917

Tail Light Bulb Outer

7443R

Center High Mount Stop Light Bulb(Sedan)

7440

Side Marker Light Bulb Rear(Sedan)

168NA

Side Marker Light Bulb Rear(Wagon)

7443A

Turn Signal Light Bulb Rear(Wagon)

7440

Vanity Mirror Light Bulb

6615F

Trunk or Cargo Area Light

168

Trunk or Cargo Area Light

917

Dome Light Bulb

DE3175

Map Light Bulb

DE3175

Interior Door Light Bulb

194

Interior Door Light Bulb

7441

Automatic Transmission Indicator Light Bulb

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2721

Courtesy Light Bulb

194

Courtesy Light Bulb

7441

The Acura TSX was produced and sold between the years 2003 and 2014. It was a compact sedan meant to serve the executive market. The car featured automatic HID headlights and fog lights for its last model. These came as standard on both the TSX and TSX Sport Wagon.

Bulb type used

The 2004 – 2008 Acura TSX utilized the H1 bulb for its high beam headlights. This later changed to the 9005 bulb for the +61404532026 model years. The low beam headlights used the D2S for the 2004 – 2014 model years while the fog lights used the H11.

Upgrading from factory bulbs to aftermarket LED/HID

For an easier and effective upgrade, pick direct-replacement HID and LED bulbs that produce more light compared to the original factory fitment. Some aftermarket upgrades can provide up to 80% more light. However, it’s good to remember that some brighter lights have shorter lifespans. 

Advantages of upgrading headlights from halogen to LED/HID technology

  1. Improve efficiency: LEDs do not require a lot of power to produce light. This means that they do not demand too much from the car’s electric circuit.
  2. Improved lifespan: LED headlights can last for as long as 15,000 hours compared to halogen lights which only last 1,000 hours.
  3. Easy installation: Installing new LED lights does not require you to modify the car’s electrical setup or purchase any ballast. It’s often a painless process that involves direct plug-ins into the existing headlight assembly.

How to choose the correct bulb size of the LED/HID lamp

1. Consult your vehicle’s manual

If you want to determine the correct bulb size for your car lamps, it might be time to pull out your manual from the glove box. It contains all the information you need about your bulb sizes. Look for the “Bulb Replacement” section under “Car Maintenance.”

2. Call your vehicle manufacturer

You can reach out to your car dealer or vehicle manufacturer to inquire about your bulb sizes. Remember to have your Vehicle Identification Number noted somewhere as you may be required to provide it.

3. Look at your factory bulbs

Factory halogen bulbs normally have their sizes indicated on them. Before you discard your old bulbs, check to see what size is indicated. This will guide you on what bulb size to buy.

4. Our Acura TSX headlight bulb chart

See Also: Acura TSX Tail Light Bulb Size

A quick search on our bulb chart should help you find the correct lamp size. All you need to do is provide details about your car such as the model, type and year of manufacture.

Installing new bulbs

  1. Locate your headlight housing from the engine compartment.
  2. Rotate the cap that protects your bulb.
  3. Remove the old bulb by unclipping it and replace it with the new one.
  4. Reinstall the new bulb and remember to clip it in place.
  5. Test your headlights to see if they work.

Additional equipment

  1. A screwdriver.
  2. Wipes and tissue with alcohol for wiping the new bulb.

Q&A Section

Why is my blinker blinking fast?

A fast-blinking blinker may be an indication of a bulb that is burnt out. It may also be an indication of a blinker relay that is faulty. 

Generations

  • 1st Gen (2004–2008)
  • Second generation (+61404532026)

Bulb Replacement

Today I’m going to be replacing the HID bulb on the 2012 Acura TSX I read online that you can replace these without having to remove the front bumper and the headlight but I haven’t been able to find a good option for that a lot of the people are saying to go through the fender liner and you should be able to access it but I haven’t been able to access the HID bulb from that point so I’ve come to the conclusion that I’m going to remove the front bumper and remove the headlight in order to remove the bulb I figured it’s you

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