9008 Light Bulb


The 9008 bulb is a dual beam lamp that is commonly used as a replacement part for headlights in various vehicles. It utilizes Halogen technology and has two filaments, one for high beam and one for low beam. The bulb is used in both projector and reflector headlights. Its nominal power is 12 volts and 65 watts.


The 9008 light bulb family is interchangeable with the following bulbs

The name of the bulb, 9008, is deciphered as follows: the first two digits (90) indicate the bulb's base type, which is a P14.5s base. The second two digits (08) indicate the bulb's wattage, which is 65 watts.

The usual lifespan of a 9008 bulb is around 1-2 years, depending on usage. It produces around 1200 lumens and has a color temperature of 3200K.

The 9008 bulb is interchangeable with other bulb types such as H13 and 9008/H13. It is commonly used as a replacement part for headlights, but can also be used for other applications such as fog lights and parking lights.