What kind of headlight bulb does a 2013 Hyundai Elantra take?
2013 Hyundai Elantra Bulb Sizes
Each headlight assembly requires two headlight bulbs. The low-beam headlight bulb is size H11 while the high-beam headlight is an H1. These are designed to be direct-fit replacements for your car. via
How do I identify my light bulb?
Bulbs shapes have an alphanumeric code. The letter tells you the general shape of the bulb and number tells you the width or diameter of the largest part of the bulb in eighths of an inch. For example, the common and well-known standard light bulb for a table lamp is also referred to as an “A19”. via
How do I know which light bulb to buy?
Are E26 and A19 the same?
All A19 lamps have an E26 base, but not the other way around
The standards that govern the dimensions and design of A19 light bulbs also dictate that it must use an E26 screw base. In other words, all A19 light bulbs also have an E26 base. via
What does A19 bulb mean?
An "A" bulb has the classic light bulb shape, commonly compared to an upside-down pear. The two digits after the letter refer to the bulb's diameter at its widest point, and is measured in eighths of an inch. An A19 bulb, therefore, has a diameter of 19 divided by 8 inches, or approximately 2.4 inches. via
How do you change a headlight on a Hyundai Elantra?
Does a 2013 Hyundai Elantra have auto lights?
The Elantra Limited is offered with the Technology package, which includes a navigation system, reversing camera, dual-zone automatic climate control, 360-watt sound system, keyless access and starting, and automatic headlights. via
How do you adjust the headlights on a 2013 Hyundai Elantra? (video)
What happens if I use the wrong light bulb?
Using a light bulb with too high of wattage can lead to overheating of the light bulb. This heat can melt the light socket as well as the insulation of the wires. Once that happens, you put yourself at risk of arc faults, and this is something that could even lead to property fires. via
What is the normal light bulb size?
Medium or Standard: E26 (26 mm in diameter) is the size of the majority of light bulbs used in the United States. via
Is E26 a regular light bulb?
The most common type of light bulb here in the United States has what is referred to as a “Medium” base or “Standard” base. The word “base” is referring to the threaded part of the light bulb that screws into the socket. A Medium or Standard base light bulb is also referred to as an E26 base light bulb. via
Can you use a A19 bulb in a E26 base?
The light bulb that most Americans have used in their homes is an A19 bulb with an E26 base. That said, not all E26 bulbs are A19 bulbs. While A19 bulbs must utilize E26 bulb bases, it's not true that all E26 bases must use A19 heads. In fact, they are two kinds of terminologies. via
What does an E26 bulb base look like?
You can most instantly recognize an E26 bulb by looking at the bottom, or non-light emitting side of the bulb. If you see a metallic base with screw threads, approximately 1 inch in diameter, you most likely have an E26 bulb. via