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LiL Shoaf 06-16-2006 09:10 AM

Lamp Replacement Guide (Osram Sylvania)
 
Hey guys I stumbled upon this and thought it might be of some usefulness to a few of us.. This was taken directly from [url]www.sylvania.com[/url]

[B]High & Low Beam Headlamp[/B]
9007

[B]Parking Light[/B]
168

[B]Front Turn Signal[/B]
1156

[B]Rear Turn Signal[/B]
992

[B]Tail Light[/B]
7443

[B]Stop Light[/B]
7440 / 7443

[B]High Mount Stop Light[/B]
921

[B]Fog / Driving Light[/B]
h3-55w

[B]License Plate[/B]
168

[B]Back Up Light[/B]
7440

[B]Front Side-marker[/B]
168

[B]Rear Side-marker[/B]
168

[B]Ash Tray[/B]
74

[B]Map Light[/B]
168

[B]Dome Light[/B]
DE3175

[B]Trunk / Cargo Area[/B]
912

jtodaro 09-17-2006 12:33 PM

And these are for what model years?

jt

jwtarbaj 09-19-2006 03:44 PM

Also note the Wagon uses some different bulbs for the center stop light and possibly some other bulbs in back.

LiL Shoaf 09-25-2006 08:53 PM

Well, since I'm running an 02 I looked them up for an 02/03.. For other models just follow the link...

raf1919 03-14-2007 07:49 AM

here is the 2006 WRX specs
[url]http://wrxtuners.com/forums/showthread.php?t=12528[/url]

turmic 10-10-2008 07:59 PM

This helps too. [url=http://www.sylvania.com/ConsumerProducts/AutomotiveLighting/LampReplacementGuide/]OSRAM SYLVANIA - Replacement Guide - Start[/url]

AirForce32 02-16-2009 04:09 AM

just a stupid question on this...the 06 wrx has projector headlights...yet runs a regular halogen bulb which is an H7...the 06 sti which im almost positive has the same headlights just xenon...if i want to upgrade to the xenon/hid do i just get the 9005 bulb for that said kit or go ahead and get the D2S bulb?

Stupid question, I know...just dont want to be a fool and buy the wrong thing. Thanks.

turmic 02-16-2009 11:23 AM

No...re-read your own thought process. The 06 has a H7 bulb for low beams. So, why would you buy a 9005 kit? You'd buy a H7 hid kit. The stock projectors on a wrx are halogen projectors, not HID like the STI. So, you can't just slap D2S' in there and expect them to work. Let alone, the stock setup for the STI has a built in ballast and the correct voltage/amps to run the HIDs. The wrx won't have the correct setup to run HIDs with out the kit. BTW, the 9005 is for the highbeams on either car. You'd want a H7 hid kit, seeing as that is what you use the most. Expect it to be brighter, but to have significant glare compared to a HID projector set-up. SharpHID (a vender on this site) and other places have the kits. Just be aware that you may or may not need the battery harness for your conversion kit. My 06 didn't need it, but other people had to use it so that their HIDs work correctly.

AirForce32 02-18-2009 09:52 AM

thanks for the heads up now that i re read what i posted i did pretty much answer my own question...hah. thanks.

iEdify 01-27-2012 06:54 PM

Ok, now for a silly question... How do I get to the front turn signal to replace the bulb? The owner's manual says (direct quote): "It may be difficult to replace the bulbs. Have the bulbs replaced by your SUBARU dealer if necessary." On all of my previous vehicles I have always replaced the lights when they burned out, but there is so much stuff around the lights, that you just can't get to them w/o knowing the combination on this car (a 2012 WRX). Taking a car to the dealer a half hour away to replace a light bulb seems like overkill to me when the car parts store down the street has the bulb in stock...

turmic 01-27-2012 08:43 PM

Midget hands and if its necessary like a battery is in the way. Then move the battery to get to the bulb.


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