Halogen and LED cross reference guide

9005 headlight bulbs

Here we have some of the more common bulb types and what they cross refernece to. 

880 = 884, 885, 892, 893, 899 have the same base PG13, different wattage. These are single filament bulbs and use as fog light bulbs and in some sxs vehicles.

881 = 886, 889, 894, 896, 898 have the same base PGJ13, different wattage. These are single filament bulbs and use as fog light bulbs.

H4= 9003, HB2 is double filaments and is used for both low and high beams in the same bulb. Japaneese vehicles dual filament bulbs. Toyota 

H10 is the same as 9005, 9145, same as 9140 and 9155, all these bulbs are single filament bulbs use the same base PY20D, draw in different wattage, the 9140 is 40W, 9145 is 45W and 9155 is 55W. Used as fog lights and headlight bulbs Low beam bulbs and fog lights. 

H12 is the same as 9055, same as 9040 and 9045, they all are single filament use the same base PZ20D base, the 9040 is 40W, 9045 is 45W and the 9055 is 55W. We do not offer this bulb, it is not a common type.

H13 is the same as 9008 is dual filaments and is for both low and high beams. Most common in USA Jeep Chevy Ford 

5202 is the same as *H16 Europe (h16 Japan is different) or 9009 is single filament and use as fog light bulb.  Note: H16 (type 2) from Osram/Sylvnia is a total different bulbs, it's 19W and the base is similar to H11. Chevy fog or driving lights Jeep fog lights

HB3 is same as H10 9005 9145 is single filament and use mostly as high beam, but for some vehicles, the 9005 is use for low beam. 

HB4 is same as 9006 is single filament and use as low beam and fog light bulb for some vehicles.

HB5 is same as 9007 is dual filaments and is used for both low and high beams.

HIR1 = 9011 is single filaments and is used as high beam. (We don't carry this item anymore).

HIR2 is 9006 (HB4) is single filaments and is used as both low and high beams.