Honda headlights do many things from the factory. As low beams, they light the way during everyday driving. As high beams, they shine wider, helping you see what's nearby much better when it's very dark and there's no oncoming traffic. They also work as hazard lights or flashers, to inform other drivers that you're in distress or that there's a problem or dangerous situation nearby. Some higher Honda trims also have fog lights. These low-glare lights brighten your driving environment a lot better in bad weather. A Honda headlight can come from the OEM with one of three types of lamp. Halogen bulbs are most common in smaller cars. Xenon bulbs fit in narrower headlamp housings, so you'll find them in many Honda sports cars. They also get called high-intensity discharge or HID bulbs. LED bulbs, you can find in many newer Honda vehicles. They're extremely energy-efficient, and they give off very little heat. What headlights does your Honda vehicle need? The answer's body style-specific, but when to change a car light bulb isn't. Replace Xenon lamps as they weaken, about every three years. Change LED lamps if they burn out or their electronics stop working. Change halogen lamps roughly every two years, at least. What are the best headlamps you can get for the job, then? Genuine Honda. Your automaker designs them to fit its models specifically. Just be sure to get the proper light assembly kit for installation. You can order everything you need online today, right here at our auto parts store. Buy now!
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