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Explanation of the industry standard bulb holders and codes

EXAMPLE for CALIBER back up bulb:


T”x”(T10/T12..etc.), “x” stands for the width on the top of bulb, there is nothing to do with the socket, basically T8/T10/T12/T13/T15 use the same socket in 10mm, that’s what we usually call T10 socket.


Features & Application :

1. 12VDC: Car/Motorcycle/Scooter 24VDC: Truck/Trailer/Boat(some boats are compatible in both 12/24V)

2. Usually for SIGNAL/TURN/INDICATOR/LINCENSE PLATE/ GAUGE DASHBOARD/INTERIOR LIGHT( Depends on types of vehicles)

Mutual Replaced By or usually well known to call :

W5W 147 152 158 159 161 168 184 192 193 194 259 280 285 447 464 501 555 558 585 655 656 657 1250 1251 1252 2450 2652 2921 2825 PC 175 2886X

579 901 904 908 909 912 914 915 916 917 918 920 921 922 923 926 927 928 939
 

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Thanks for the catalog - got it "bookmarked" - reps when I can!!!
 

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http://www.superbrightleds.com/bulb_cross.php

LED Car Bulb Cross Reference
Type Replaces
1142 1076, 1142, 68, 90
1142-x15-12V 1004
1156 1073, 1095, 1141, 1156, 1156A, 1195, 12088, 1295, 1295NA, 199, 2396, 3497, 631, 7506, 93, 97, 97A, 97NA
1156-6V 87
1157 1016, 1034, 1157, 1157A, 1176, 1178A, 1196, 2057, 2057A, 2357, 2357A, 2397, 3496, 7528, 94, 992
24 2040, 24, 24NA, 936
3022 6428, 7065, DE3021, DE3022, DE3175
3156 3156, 3156A, 3456
3157 3047, 3057, 3057A, 3155, 3157, 3157A, 3357, 3357A, 3454NA, 3457A, 3757A, 4057, 4157, 4157NA
3157-SCK 3157-SCK
3610 6418, 6486X
4210 6451, DE3423, DE3425
4410 12864, 211-2, 212-2, 214-2, 560, 577, 578, 6411, 6476
67 1003, 105, 1155, 5007, 5008, 57X, 67, 89, 98
74 103, 118, 18, 2721, 2723, 37, 70, 73, 74
7440 7440, 7441, 992 (7440A)
7443 7443, 7444NA
880 880, 885, 890, 892, 893, 899
921/T13 904, 904NA, 906, 906NA, 912, 916, 916NA, 917, 920, 921, 922
B10D 64124MF
BA7S SE1274
BA9S 1445, 17053, 1815, 1816, 182, 1889, 1891, 1892, 1893, 1895, 1895A, 216, 293, 363, 3886X, 3893, 53, 53X, 57, 6253, 64111, 64113, 64115, 756
BA9S-24V 586
BA9S-6V 1896, 51
BAU15S 5009, 7507
BAX9S 64132
E10 1446, 52
G4 12, 19, 891
H11 881, 886, 889, 894, 896, 898, H11, H11B, H8
H3 64146BC, H3-35W, H3-55W
H4 9003/HB2
H7 H7
HB3 9005, 9005L+, 9005XS, 9011
HB4 9006, 9006HP, 9006XS
NEO5 PC118, PC119
RL4410 561, 562, 563, 564, 566, 567, 570
T1.5 PC74
T10S-TW PC160, PC161, PC168, PC168B, PC175, PC194, PC194G, PC195, PC195NA
Wire Leads 2162, 2173, 2182
WLED 158, 160, 161, 161B, 168, 168A, 168NA, 175, 193, 194, 194B, 194G, 194NA, 194R, 2821, 2825, 2827, 2886X, 3652, 5200, 5200S, 558, 579, 658, W5WB

There is a version existant of this chart with our references but only found the Chinese one



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I plan on switching out my front park lights or front side marker lights with some amber style LED's plus a flasher as well. what is the correct bulb size so i don't order the wrong ones for both.
 

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That Canbus circuit is monitored for Hyperflash so you'll need a resistor load.

The bulb specs are in your handbook, maybe 3157A.
 

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i have a hyper-flash disabler for my new led amber turn lights, but i can't find out where the regular flasher is located under where my foot pedals are.
 

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i have a hyper-flash disabler for my new led amber turn lights, but i can't find out where the regular flasher is located under where my foot pedals are.
There is no electromechanical flasher. The flashing is done by electronics in the TIPM.
The clicking you hear is an electromagnetic clicker in the cluster - it is purely a "sound effect" so you know the lights are flashing.
 

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You need to add your load resistor to the bulb circuit, what is your Hyperflash disabler?
 
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