Factory Acura lighting comes in several types. Headlights, daytime running lights (DRLs), and taillights are the most common. A headlight can be both low-beam and high-beam. Low beams light the way adequately in everyday driving conditions. High beams shine wider and brighter. Daytime running lighting and tail lighting help drivers around you see where you are better.
There's an original Acura light for nearly every other purpose you can think of. All its sedans and SUVS have signal lights, for instance. Also called blinkers, they indicate lane changes and turns. All Acura models have brake lights, too. They signal when you're slowing or stopping. Headlamp and tail lamp alike also function as hazard lights. These flashers warn other drivers of nearby danger or that you're in distress. Higher Acura trims often have fog lights. These shine low during foul weather to brighten your driving environment better. There's even specialty lighting available for accenting accessories.
Types of LightingAll lighting has one of three lamp types. Halogen bulbs are the most common in small cars. Xenon or high-intensity discharge (HID) bulbs are what most sports cars have because they fit in narrow housings. Xenon bulbs last longer and shine brighter. LED bulbs are commonest in newer cars. They're energy-efficient and don't produce much heat.
When to Replace Your Factory Lights
What lights your Acura needs depends on its body style. When to change a car light bulb varies, too. Replace a Xenon light every three years when it weakens. Change an LED light if its electronics fail or it goes out. Replace a halogen light about every two of years.
You can order the best for your model – genuine Acura lighting – online, along with any necessary light assembly kits. Our auto parts store has plenty in stock. Avoid the hassle and save project time. Buy from us today!
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