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Eiko
Qty:
3.81
  • 12.8V 65/45W HB1 Axial Prefocus Base
  • Standard Lamp - Boxed
  • Eiko's Line of Forward Lighting, Miniture lamps Sealed Beams, and Orginal Equipment headlamps were deisgned to meet or exceed the performance of your vehicle's orginal lamp.
  • Suggested Purchase Quantity: 2
    • Most jobs typically require 2 of this item.
Brand: Eiko
Position: High Beam and Low Beam
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
1995 - Dodge B2500 High Beam and Low Beam
Eiko
Qty:
5.96
  • 12.8V 65/55W HB5 (1 BP)
  • Standard Lamp - Blister Pack
  • Eiko's Line of Forward Lighting, Miniture lamps Sealed Beams, and Orginal Equipment headlamps were deisgned to meet or exceed the performance of your vehicle's orginal lamp.
  • Suggested Purchase Quantity: 2
    • Most jobs typically require 2 of this item.
Brand: Eiko
Position: High Beam and Low Beam
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
2001 - Dodge Caravan High Beam and Low Beam
Eiko
2008 Dodge Sprinter 3500 Headlight Bulb - Low Beam Eiko - Standard Lamp - Boxed

P311-541894D    H755  New

Qty:
8.24
  • 12V 55W H7 T4-5/8 PX26D Base
  • ; (w/Halogen Capsule Headlamps)
  • Standard Lamp - Boxed
  • Eiko's Line of Forward Lighting, Miniture lamps Sealed Beams, and Orginal Equipment headlamps were deisgned to meet or exceed the performance of your vehicle's orginal lamp.
  • Suggested Purchase Quantity: 2
    • Most jobs typically require 2 of this item.
Brand: Eiko
Position: Low Beam
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
2008 - Dodge Sprinter 3500 Low Beam
Eiko
Qty:
  • 12V 55W H7 T4-5/8 PX26D Base (1 BP)
  • ; (w/Halogen Capsule Headlamps)
  • Standard Lamp - Blister Pack
  • Eiko's Line of Forward Lighting, Miniture lamps Sealed Beams, and Orginal Equipment headlamps were deisgned to meet or exceed the performance of your vehicle's orginal lamp.
  • Suggested Purchase Quantity: 2
    • Most jobs typically require 2 of this item.
Brand: Eiko
Position: Low Beam
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
2009 - Dodge Sprinter 3500 Low Beam
Eiko
2016 Dodge Vision Headlight Bulb - High Beam Eiko - Standard Lamp - Boxed

P311-541894D    H755  New

Qty:
8.24
  • 12V 55W H7 T4-5/8 PX26D Base
  • Standard Lamp - Boxed
  • Eiko's Line of Forward Lighting, Miniture lamps Sealed Beams, and Orginal Equipment headlamps were deisgned to meet or exceed the performance of your vehicle's orginal lamp.
  • Suggested Purchase Quantity: 2
    • Most jobs typically require 2 of this item.
Brand: Eiko
Position: High Beam
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
2016 - Dodge Vision High Beam
Eiko
Qty:
  • 12V 55W H7 T4-5/8 PX26D Base (1 BP)
  • Standard Lamp - Blister Pack
  • Eiko's Line of Forward Lighting, Miniture lamps Sealed Beams, and Orginal Equipment headlamps were deisgned to meet or exceed the performance of your vehicle's orginal lamp.
  • Suggested Purchase Quantity: 2
    • Most jobs typically require 2 of this item.
Brand: Eiko
Position: High Beam
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
2009 - Dodge Sprinter 2500 High Beam
Eiko
2003 Dodge Sprinter 2500 Headlight Bulb - Low Beam Eiko - Standard Lamp - Boxed

P311-541894D    H755  New

Qty:
8.24
  • 12V 55W H7 T4-5/8 PX26D Base
  • Standard Lamp - Boxed
  • Eiko's Line of Forward Lighting, Miniture lamps Sealed Beams, and Orginal Equipment headlamps were deisgned to meet or exceed the performance of your vehicle's orginal lamp.
  • Suggested Purchase Quantity: 2
    • Most jobs typically require 2 of this item.
Brand: Eiko
Position: Low Beam
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
2003 - Dodge Sprinter 2500 Low Beam
Eiko
Qty:
  • 12V 55W H7 T4-5/8 PX26D Base (1 BP)
  • Standard Lamp - Blister Pack
  • Eiko's Line of Forward Lighting, Miniture lamps Sealed Beams, and Orginal Equipment headlamps were deisgned to meet or exceed the performance of your vehicle's orginal lamp.
  • Suggested Purchase Quantity: 2
    • Most jobs typically require 2 of this item.
Brand: Eiko
Position: Low Beam
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
2003 - Dodge Sprinter 2500 Low Beam
Eiko
Qty:
3.81
  • 12.8V 65/45W HB1 Axial Prefocus Base
  • ; (w/Halogen Capsule Headlamps)
  • Standard Lamp - Boxed
  • Eiko's Line of Forward Lighting, Miniture lamps Sealed Beams, and Orginal Equipment headlamps were deisgned to meet or exceed the performance of your vehicle's orginal lamp.
  • Suggested Purchase Quantity: 2
    • Most jobs typically require 2 of this item.
Brand: Eiko
Position: High Beam and Low Beam
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
1988 - Dodge Caravan High Beam and Low Beam
Eiko
2007 Dodge Charger Headlight Bulb - Low Beam Eiko - Standard Lamp - Boxed

P311-1E7C196    9006XS  New

Qty:
11.80
  • 12.8V 55W Straight XS Base
  • Standard Lamp - Boxed
  • Eiko's Line of Forward Lighting, Miniture lamps Sealed Beams, and Orginal Equipment headlamps were deisgned to meet or exceed the performance of your vehicle's orginal lamp.
  • Suggested Purchase Quantity: 2
    • Most jobs typically require 2 of this item.
Brand: Eiko
Position: Low Beam
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
2007 - Dodge Charger Low Beam
Eiko
2007 Dodge Charger Headlight Bulb - High Beam Eiko - Standard Lamp - Boxed

P311-51BC100    9005XS  New

Qty:
11.26
  • 12.8V 65W Straight XS Base
  • Standard Lamp - Boxed
  • Eiko's Line of Forward Lighting, Miniture lamps Sealed Beams, and Orginal Equipment headlamps were deisgned to meet or exceed the performance of your vehicle's orginal lamp.
  • Suggested Purchase Quantity: 2
    • Most jobs typically require 2 of this item.
Brand: Eiko
Position: High Beam
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
2007 - Dodge Charger High Beam
Eiko
2010 Dodge Charger Headlight Bulb - Low Beam Eiko - Standard Lamp - Boxed

P311-1E7C196    9006XS  New

Qty:
11.80
  • 12.8V 55W Straight XS Base
  • ; (w/Halogen Capsule Headlamps)
  • Standard Lamp - Boxed
  • Eiko's Line of Forward Lighting, Miniture lamps Sealed Beams, and Orginal Equipment headlamps were deisgned to meet or exceed the performance of your vehicle's orginal lamp.
  • Suggested Purchase Quantity: 2
    • Most jobs typically require 2 of this item.
Brand: Eiko
Position: Low Beam
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
2010 - Dodge Charger Low Beam
Eiko
Qty:
11.79
  • 12.8V 65/55W H13 (1 BP)
  • Standard Lamp - Blister Pack
  • Eiko's Line of Forward Lighting, Miniture lamps Sealed Beams, and Orginal Equipment headlamps were deisgned to meet or exceed the performance of your vehicle's orginal lamp.
  • Suggested Purchase Quantity: 2
    • Most jobs typically require 2 of this item.
Brand: Eiko
Position: High Beam and Low Beam
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
2005 - Dodge Dakota High Beam and Low Beam
Eiko
Qty:
11.79
  • 12.8V 65/55W H13 (1 BP)
  • ; (w/Halogen Capsule Headlamps)
  • Standard Lamp - Blister Pack
  • Eiko's Line of Forward Lighting, Miniture lamps Sealed Beams, and Orginal Equipment headlamps were deisgned to meet or exceed the performance of your vehicle's orginal lamp.
  • Suggested Purchase Quantity: 2
    • Most jobs typically require 2 of this item.
Brand: Eiko
Position: High Beam and Low Beam
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
2011 - Dodge Challenger High Beam and Low Beam
Eiko
2010 Dodge Charger Headlight Bulb - High Beam Eiko - Standard Lamp - Boxed

P311-51BC100    9005XS  New

Qty:
11.26
  • 12.8V 65W Straight XS Base
  • ; (w/Halogen Capsule Headlamps)
  • Standard Lamp - Boxed
  • Eiko's Line of Forward Lighting, Miniture lamps Sealed Beams, and Orginal Equipment headlamps were deisgned to meet or exceed the performance of your vehicle's orginal lamp.
  • Suggested Purchase Quantity: 2
    • Most jobs typically require 2 of this item.
Brand: Eiko
Position: High Beam
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
2010 - Dodge Charger High Beam
Osram/Sylvania
1992 Dodge Stealth Headlight Bulb Osram/Sylvania - Sealed Beam12.8v 45/65W

P311-2294ACC    W0133-1630488  New

Qty:
23.07
Osram/Sylvania Headlight Bulb
  • Xtra-Vision Halogen
  • 6 1/2"x 4" Rectangular Hi/Low Beam, Halogen Type. 65w High Beam
  • Sealed Beam12.8v 45/65W
  • .
Brand: Osram/Sylvania
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Submodel
1992 - Dodge Stealth ES
Putco
1999 Dodge Avenger Headlight Bulb Putco - Silver-Lux PRO Kit

P311-2635E07    289005P  New

Qty:
Putco Headlight Bulb
  • ; 9005 Bulb Type; Pair
  • Silver-Lux PRO Kit
  • Product Attributes:
    • Industry/OE Number: 9005
    • WARNING CA Proposition 65 Message: Warning Putco Inc. Products May Expose You To Chemicals That Are Listed In The Safe Drinking Water And Toxic Enforcement Act Also Known As Californias Proposition 65. A Complete List Of These Chemicals Can Be Viewed At Https://oehha.ca.gov/proposition-65/
  • Replacement LED Headlight bulbs made specifically for headlamps with projector lenses. Increases light visibility dramatically. Custom aluminum tower designed to correctly position the LED behind in the lens. Each lamp includes a Cree XHP70 LED - with 180 degree beam angle and 6000 lumen output per kit. Clockable collar which allows you to adjust the light beam (H16 type is not clockable). Bright white light rated at 6000K Features Putcos exclusive patented, 100% copper weave cloth heat-sink. 3 Year Warranty. Made in USA
Brand: Putco
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
1999 - Dodge Avenger
Eiko
Qty:
3.81
  • 12.8V 65/45W HB1 Axial Prefocus Base
  • ; (w/2 Headlamps)
  • Standard Lamp - Boxed
  • Eiko's Line of Forward Lighting, Miniture lamps Sealed Beams, and Orginal Equipment headlamps were deisgned to meet or exceed the performance of your vehicle's orginal lamp.
  • Suggested Purchase Quantity: 2
    • Most jobs typically require 2 of this item.
Brand: Eiko
Position: High Beam and Low Beam
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
1992 - Dodge Colt High Beam and Low Beam
Eiko
1999 Dodge Ram 2500 Headlight Bulb - Low Beam Eiko - Standard Lamp - Blister Pack

P311-11813FF    9007-BP  New

Qty:
5.96
  • 12.8V 65/55W HB5 (1 BP)
  • ; (w/4 Headlamps)
  • Standard Lamp - Blister Pack
  • Eiko's Line of Forward Lighting, Miniture lamps Sealed Beams, and Orginal Equipment headlamps were deisgned to meet or exceed the performance of your vehicle's orginal lamp.
  • Suggested Purchase Quantity: 2
    • Most jobs typically require 2 of this item.
Brand: Eiko
Position: Low Beam
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
1999 - Dodge Ram 2500 Low Beam
Eiko
Qty:
11.79
  • 12.8V 65/55W H13 (1 BP)
  • ; (w/2 Headlamps)
  • Standard Lamp - Blister Pack
  • Eiko's Line of Forward Lighting, Miniture lamps Sealed Beams, and Orginal Equipment headlamps were deisgned to meet or exceed the performance of your vehicle's orginal lamp.
  • Suggested Purchase Quantity: 2
    • Most jobs typically require 2 of this item.
Brand: Eiko
Position: High Beam and Low Beam
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
2010 - Dodge Ram 1500 High Beam and Low Beam

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Problem changing a light bulb :)

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Question From Don Kondra on Problem changing a light bulb :)

Greetings,

I recently purchased a 2008 Dodge Grand Caravan SE and it is time to change the headlight bulbs (9008/H13).

Since the majority of my night time driving is on rural gravel roads I've decided to try the Sylvania Silverstar Ultra bulbs.

The problem is the old headlight bulbs are two pieces, the bulb itself and a male end that fits into the female socket.

The new Ultra's are one piece.

It does not matter if I slide the red lock or not, the male part of the bulb assembly comes off and I can't get it out of the socket.

Of course I tried prying it out and the plastic breaks away. But, this did allow me to see that the red locking mechanism is still engaged when the red clip is pulled out.

I can use a screwdriver :) to lift up the clip but I need a third hand to pull it out.

There must be a "trick" to doing this ?

Plan B is to cut them off and install new sockets with ceramic connectors....

Cheers, Don

Response From nickwarner

Sometimes these things stick. Grab the red clip with a needlenose pliers and press in. Then depress the release tab and wiggle while you pull back. Its a pain, but doable.

Good idea on the bulbs. I put a set in for my girl and was impressed with how good the lighting is.

Response From Don Kondra Top Rated Answer


Sometimes these things stick. Grab the red clip with a needlenose pliers and press in. Then depress the release tab and wiggle while you pull back. Its a pain, but doable.

Good idea on the bulbs. I put a set in for my girl and was impressed with how good the lighting is.

Thank you, I'll give it another try in the morning before I get out the wire cutters :)

Did you consider installing the ceramic connectors ?

The original plastic ones should take the added heat but...

Cheers, Don

Response From Don Kondra

And the answer is....

http://forum.canadianwoodworking.com/attachment.php?attachmentid=67341&stc=1

The jaws are thin enough to slip inside the socket, the ends are rounded and easily slipped under and pushed up on the lock.

New bulbs installed and lenses polished. Bring on the night

Cheers, Don

Response From Hammer Time

Glad you got it

Question closed now as solved to keep spammers out.

Response From Hammer Time

They look identical to me


$

Response From Don Kondra

They are identical.

But, the original bulb is not permanently attached to the bottom male part, it slides onto three pins.

Cheers, Don

1999 Dodge Ram b3500 - headlights going out suddenly!

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Question From FuseRam on 1999 Dodge Ram b3500 - headlights going out suddenly!

Hey all! I have a 1999 Dodge Ram b3500. It's got about 138,000 miles, a 8cyl 5.9 liter engine. I've only owned it for about three years. The last couple times I've taken it on long trips, I've been having a problem with the headlights. They'll go out suddenly. I can fiddle with the knob a little and get them to go on again, but they'll do it with increasing frequency as I continue to drive, up to several times a minute. This past time I had driven it to DC (about a 4 hour long trip down), parked it for 5 hours, then we started back and about 15 minutes after we got on the road this started happening.

My mechanic hasn't been able to replicate the problem. Before this started happening, I actually had the headlight bulbs replaced because they were old & weren't lighting well.

Twice now I've had it happen, in heavy fog, at night. My hazards still come on just fine though. Then I turn my brights on for a minute, turn them off and the lights are fine. Could it be a loose connection somewhere? Please help!

Response From MarineGrunt Top Rated Answer

"I can fiddle with the knob a little and get them to go on again"


My guess would be a new knob or switch assembly would take care of the problem.

Headlight Flickering Random

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Question From mu5tang71 on Headlight Flickering Random

Okay... I hope I can maybe get a solution to my problem here or at least somewhere to go next.... Okay now I own a 1993 Dodge Shadow... It only has 37,000 miles and in very good condition and was actually owned by one owner and elderly women and has sitting in her garage for the last 10 years. Anyway I have one issue with it .... It didn't start doing this right away maybe a month after I got it, but my Headlights flicker at random times and seems to happen more with the high beam engaged. I can drive 30 miles with no issues on low beam and as soon as I put on the high beam maybe 2-10 minutes later the lights start to flicker, but it has done it with the low beam on a few occasions..

Here is a list of the parts so far used to try to fix the issue.

Headlight Relay
2 Headlight Bulbs
Alternator
Battery

Now I have had people tell me it's loose ground but I can be on a flat highway not a bump and this start to happen and I can be on a old back bumpy road with it not happened were a loose wire could move.. I am thinking the headlight switch maybe..? It just happens at random tho.. All other lights work perfectly and only the headlights flicker. If it were a ground I would think all lights would flicker but that's why I am here... The running lights and tail lights never flicker... any ideas where to go next would be appreciated ....

Response From Tom Greenleaf

It is most likely a ground issue so check that any and all ground straps to header panel are good.
IDK where they placed the battery in this model by year but some of these were put right over a mess of wires and stuff under it and if a battery failed and leaked or caused corrosion would cause whacked problems. If like that set up worth a good look UNDER battery and tray,


T

Response From mu5tang71

I did look at those wires and they look fine I know that don't mean much but after I decided to pull the Headlight switch... The plug it self looks melted in 3 spots... I guess it's worth a shot to get one it only like a $25.00 part.... LOL You think this might be the issue may something in that switch not working right?




Response From Tom Greenleaf

! Heat like what shows on orange plug is from too much current drawing so a breaker somewhere is late or why it's cutting off lights and when cool can come back on.


Are the bulbs at least the right OE ones or altered to higher output, more voltage that you know of?
If exactly correct I'm not sure where it's drawing too much current from other than failed sockets perhaps for the bulbs or the bulbs themselves most likely.
Back to "sounds like a ground" guess. If it had no ground intermittently it wouldn't be drawing current either so this is a higher than normal draw of power/current as said most likely at the bulbs or the bulbs.
Nice to have brighter light but if you did that or the prior owner it's too much for this car,


T

Response From mu5tang71

No..... I purchased the OEM standard bulbs for that model car. Everything is left as stock but I did put in a new Pioneer stereo about 3-4 months ago no issues until now with those lights for about 2 of them... but I purchased the wiring harness at an extra $20 cost. It fit the OEM plug for the wiring in the dash for power and speakers. I also crimped all the wires to the harness and shrink tubed everything. No amp just stereo with 2 5" diameter Pioneer speakers on the door and 2 in the back and plugged them in the existing wires... I think I will unplug that radio and do a test later this evening to either rule that out or in....... I DO APPRECIATE THE HELP YOU HAVE BEEN

Is there anything in that switch that controls voltage or does it basically make and break the curciut

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Stereo is out of this unless you used wiring for headlights.
With that now I'm suggesting you go check the plug to the bulbs. Got one of my own, lights would go out in that one was a ground wire to one serving both not burning up a plug like you showed.
Look right at the plug to headlamp bulb and back side of it as well. Anything funky going on? Do they fit snugly that you can tell?
IDK - just tossing out ideas of likely spots. If this is drawing current from wires somewhere else or the headlight switch the behavior is new to me but not impossible,


T

Response From mu5tang71

Well I just looked at the headlight plugs and they look very clean... I did notice a small area that may be a bit melted but dont really see anything that shows wrong like the switch plug...







Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

Second picture.........

That's too much heat right there and probably the problem! No clue WHY but there shouldn't be current seeking ground there rather just to the bulb so IMO that is where there is a problem.
Unless somehow the bulb prongs or whatever they are aren't correct I'd be looking to replace that plug with a pig-tail new if possible, used more likely only bet but exact duplicate as what you have - wire colors and all,


T

Response From mu5tang71

I just ordered 2 of those new plugs will update when i get them installed and tested. There is just 3 wriers coming off those plugs High and low beam bulb.. Thanks again for all of your help!!

Darrin


Response From Discretesignals

That melted plastic on the headlamp connector is not caused by an over current draw. It caused from a poor electrical connection. Terminals that are corroded or have poor contact will heat up as the current for the circuit runs through them causing them to melt the plastic connector. That was a common problem on a lot of older Fords with almost same type of switch and connector design yours uses. You have to replace the connector pigtail and the head lamp switch. If you just replace the switch and not the pigtail, you'll end up with the same issue.

Response From mu5tang71

Okay I just got back from the Advanced Auto Parts Store.. I purchased the Switch... The Switch Plug pig tail, and both healing pig tail plugs connectors and shrink tubing.... But as stated earlier and I know you said unless I used the power from those headlights, but I did disconnect the Stereo from the Plug and it never flickered one time for 45min ride... I don't know if that is because I removed the switch earlier.. Sometimes removing something and tapping on it may make it work temporally.. It actually did that with the relay... The light around the key would never go out after removing the key and shutting doors.. I took it out tapped on it and put it back in and it started working but ended up replacing it New anyway.... But could it possibly be the cause.. I am going to replace the new parts tomorrow and plug the stereo back in for another test... Thanks for all your help... It's pretty unnerving going down the thruway or any road and the lights go out completely... LOL will be happy to finally find the culprit.....

Response From Tom Greenleaf

You seem very capable for a tricky problem - I'm trying from here with what I've witnessed and done which isn't easy to just know exactly what - you are doing great for a tricky problem.
Stereo somehow does seem to come into some of it IDK why. When they make those plugs for using your own harness then it shouldn't mess up anything else but OE might have and new stereo might just use up more power than OE using wires and things that can't tolerate it?
So true - no fun when headlights quit while driving at night. Said my own did that a couple times till problem found all before I left so OK and carried alligator wires to run at least one from battery to get home if stuck as I hadn't found where for sure yet and now have. Different problem then yours but same issue - no lights.
Now asking YOU. Is the adaptor plug right? Do you trust it's correct for your car or is there a better one available? By rights the whole reason is not to mess up you OE wiring a real NO, NO.
I'm not a "stereo/sound system" tech but had to replace two. Bought from car audio place they called an interface, was quite involved as both cars used heat sinks in trucks OE but when done no wire touched on the cars just the new radio set up wired to plain plug in and go was all more $$ for parts than you speak of?
Good luck and said you seem well aware to find and handle this. I stereo guy is at this site user name " kenray " I think not here all the time. Others may have some or lots of OE wiring diagrams for the headlights and if they are involved at all but I think and guessed not - no software on hand from me to find out.
Side note thinking back. Heat damage to plug the goes right to headlight not the orange one. Headlights are known to get VERY hot so use or should be better material. Other parts should never get that hot at that location so the issue is real and trust you being there is the best way to find exactly what and where better than myself and a keyboard but trying for you,


Tom