To drive at night not only safely but legally, you need functioning headlights for 2007 Ford F150 trucks that will illuminate the road ahead of you. If you're having difficulty seeing the way, one of your headlights could be out of order. In many situations, it' remedied quickly with a bulb replacement, and AutoZone has the 2007 Ford F150 headlights and headlamps
you need to get it done.
2007 Ford F150 Bulb Sizes
Your pickup truck is manufactured with a specific bulb size to fit the housing. The bulb number is stamped on the side of the bulb, but you can also find the right one by asking an AutoZone associate or filtering the search results by vehicle. For the 2007 Ford F150 headlight bulb, it' an H13 size halogen bulb that' required. If you want brighter, whiter lights, consider an upgraded halogen, LED, or HID bulb and be sure to change them in pairs.
Signs You Need New Headlights
How can you tell when new headlights need to be installed? The obvious sign is a burnt-out bulb, when the filament in a headlight is detached or burnt and it no longer glows to produce light. Other symptoms can be present even when a headlight still operates such as flickering, intermittent operation, or a dimly lit headlight.
How to Replace a Broken Headlight
A DIYer can change both headlight bulbs in under an hour. Remove the fasteners holding the headlamp housing in place, then unplug the wiring harness from the bulb. Twist the bulb socket counterclockwise to remove it, then install a new bulb in the reverse order.
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