VIDEO: Why Headlight Bulbs Should Be Replaced In Pairs
Replacing just one bulb can cause differences in light output. This video is sponsored by Auto Value and Bumper to Bumper.
VIDEO: HID Modules And The Infinite Resistance
Andrew Markel discusses the HID ballast module and how the internal construction of the bulbs can render diagnosis with a voltmeter useless. Sponsored by Standard.
Philips ‘Change In Pairs’ Lighting Campaign Helps Promote Better Visibility, Improves Driver Safety
Headlight bulbs tend to deteriorate and lose effectiveness after a period of two to three years. Typically, motorists only replace the bulb that has burned out or is failing. This is not advisable because replacing just one failed bulb can result in an unbalanced or unpredictable headlight beam and potentially present a safety risk.
Change Headlight Bulbs In Pairs!
When your customer comes in with a burned out or dim headlight bulb, think twice, or better yet, think in pairs and recommend replacing both bulbs. Replacing just the failed bulb can create an unbalanced or unpredictable headlight beam.
Shocks, Struts and Springs: The Lighting Connection
The health of the suspension has a direct effect on the headlights, even on vehicles without self-leveling headlights. If the ride height is down in the front, the headlights’ beam pattern will not project far enough. If the rear height is down, the headlight pattern could be pointing at the sky and in the eyes