2011 Ford Focus Headlight Bulb

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XtraVision Headlight and Fog Light Bulb H13XV-2 for 2011 Ford Focus
$
34
99
  • Part # H13XV-2
  • SKU # 514203

Notes: 2 pack, High beam and Low beam. Quantity per car: 2

  • PRICE: 34.99
  • Length: 3.54
  • Bulb Technology: Halogen
  • Voltage: 12VDC
  • DOT Approved: Yes
  • Wattage: 65W
  • Beam Type: Low & High Beams

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XtraVision Headlight and Fog Light Bulb H13XV for 2011 Ford Focus
$
18
99
  • Part # H13XV
  • SKU # 723052

Notes: 1-pack, High beam and Low beam. Quantity per car: 2

  • PRICE: 18.99
  • Length: 3.54
  • Bulb Technology: Halogen
  • Voltage: 12VDC
  • DOT Approved: Yes
  • Wattage: 65W
  • Beam Type: Low & High Beams

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SilverStar Ultra Headlight and Fog Light Bulb H13SU-2 for 2011 Ford Focus
  • Part # H13SU-2
  • SKU # 514206

Notes: 2 pack, High beam and Low beam. Quantity per car: 2

  • PRICE: 54.99
  • Length: 3.54
  • Bulb Technology: Halogen
  • Voltage: 12VDC
  • DOT Approved: Yes
  • Wattage: 65W
  • Beam Type: Low & High Beams

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SilverStar Ultra Headlight and Fog Light Bulb H13SU for 2011 Ford Focus
  • Part # H13SU
  • SKU # 272385

Notes: 1-pack, High beam and Low beam. Quantity per car: 2

  • PRICE: 29.99
  • Length: 3.54
  • Bulb Technology: Halogen
  • Voltage: 12VDC
  • DOT Approved: Yes
  • Wattage: 65W
  • Beam Type: Low & High Beams

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SilverStar zXe Headlight and Fog Light Bulb H13SZ-2 for 2011 Ford Focus
  • Part # H13SZ-2
  • SKU # 509776

Notes: 2-Pack plastic box, High beam and Low beam. Quantity per car: 2

  • PRICE: 63.99
  • Length: 3.54
  • Bulb Technology: Halogen
  • Voltage: 12VDC
  • DOT Approved: Yes
  • Wattage: 65W
  • Beam Type: Low & High Beams

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SilverStar Headlight and Fog Light Bulb H13ST-2 for 2011 Ford Focus
$
47
99
  • Part # H13ST-2
  • SKU # 514204

Notes: 2 pack, High beam and Low beam. Quantity per car: 2

  • PRICE: 47.99
  • Length: 3.54
  • Bulb Technology: Halogen
  • Voltage: 12VDC
  • DOT Approved: Yes
  • Wattage: 65W
  • Beam Type: Low & High Beams

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SilverStar Headlight and Fog Light Bulb H13ST for 2011 Ford Focus
$
26
99
  • Part # H13ST
  • SKU # 862293

Notes: 1-pack, High and low beam

  • PRICE: 26.99
  • Length: 3.54
  • Bulb Technology: Halogen
  • Voltage: 12VDC
  • DOT Approved: Yes
  • Wattage: 65W
  • Beam Type: Low & High Beams

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Sylvania Basic Headlight and Fog Light Bulb H13 for 2011 Ford Focus
$
16
99
  • Part # H13
  • SKU # 723174

Notes: 1-pack, High and low beam

  • PRICE: 16.99
  • Length: 3.54
  • Bulb Technology: Halogen
  • Voltage: 12VDC
  • DOT Approved: Yes
  • Wattage: 65W
  • Beam Type: Low & High Beams

About
2011 Ford Focus Headlight Bulb

Visibility is the first line of defense when you're driving. Keep your visibility high by quickly servicing your 2011 Focus headlights. They light up the road ahead so you can see where you're going and other drivers can see your too. It is important to be on top of replacing your 2011 Ford Focus headlight bulb as soon as one burns out. Otherwise driving at night time or any less than ideal conditions can become risky. Consider buying two headlight bulbs. Once one has burned out, the other is not far off. Changing both at once can help you save time and money. Luckily, AutoZone makes finding the right headlight bulb for 2011 Focus easy, check out all of the products on this page for a perfect fit. We carry high- and low-beam halogen and HID bulbs to ensure that your lighting needs are met.

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Carl

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Had a drivers side bulb burn out on the low beam. decided to upgrade to these for better lighting. They work great for me so far and are a huge difference from the stock bulbs. To address some failures (possibly) described in other reviews and to all potential buyers; Remember that eventhcugh the package really does not address it... it is important to never touch the glass part of any halogen or Zion type bulb with your hands while installing. as the oils (natural and car related) and dirt etc draws heat to that area that is touched and can be the cause of a early failure. Most of the time you can install by only touching the metal (cool) area and the the use of clean/new latex glove seems to not effect as well I've even used a clean sandwich bag to grab them. If you do smudge up the glass clean it off good with alcohol or lens wipe. This was something I'd learned (the hard way) from working as a fleet mechanic for over 32 years when bulb replacing replaced entire headlamp replacing and we didn't understand why after the initial bulbs would eventually burn out we'd replace them... and in a short amount of time the vehicle would be back for another bulb. we thought like most that it was inferior replacements and then we eventually were notified through training and service bulletins that our dirty and even cleanish hands cause could most of the failures and soon the bulbs were not burning out abnormally. That's just some advise for those who want it.

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2004 Honda CRV, 2017 GMC Sierra Denali, 2011 Ford Edge, 2912 Ford Focus, 2002 Jeep Liberty

Had a drivers side bulb burn out on the low beam. decided to upgrade to these for better lighting. They work great for me so far and are a huge difference from the stock bulbs. To address some failures (possibly) described in other reviews and to all potential buyers; Remember that eventhcugh the package really does not address it... it is important to never touch the glass part of any halogen or Zion type bulb with your hands while installing. as the oils (natural and car related) and dirt etc draws heat to that area that is touched and can be the cause of a early failure. Most of the time you can install by only touching the metal (cool) area and the the use of clean/new latex glove seems to not effect as well I've even used a clean sandwich bag to grab them. If you do smudge up the glass clean it off good with alcohol or lens wipe. This was something I'd learned (the hard way) from working as a fleet mechanic for over 32 years when bulb replacing replaced entire headlamp replacing and we didn't understand why after the initial bulbs would eventually burn out we'd replace them... and in a short amount of time the vehicle would be back for another bulb. we thought like most that it was inferior replacements and then we eventually were notified through training and service bulletins that our dirty and even cleanish hands cause could most of the failures and soon the bulbs were not burning out abnormally. That's just some advise for those who want it.

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2004 Honda CRV, 2017 GMC Sierra Denali, 2011 Ford Edge, 2912 Ford Focus, 2002 Jeep Liberty