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Throughout the interior and exterior of your car are several light bulbs to fulfill various tasks from license plate illumination to gauge cluster backlights. Although picked for each location based on light output, heat, and size, many are considered multi-purpose light bulbs. That means a single bulb can be used in several different positions in several different cars. A courtesy light in a SAAB may be a license plate light bulb in a BMW. To find out which bulb you need, you will often be able to pull the bulb out of your car and read the part code on it. If not, your user manual will most likely have a list of multi-purpose light bulbs to reference from. Common reference numbers are four digits.

We carry two types of multi-purpose light bulbs here at eEuroparts, standard filament and LED. Most cars call for standard filament bulbs, which we offer in both aftermarket and Genuine for our most discerning customers. LED�s are also available, but because of the low resistance, using them in turn signal applications may cause a fast blinker.

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    How to Replace License Plate Lights. Nearly all vehicles have one or two light bulbs that illuminate the vehicle's rear license plate for nighttime viewing. When a license plate bulb burns out, it can leave the plate hard or impossible to read and could potentially lead to a ticket or fine, so maintaining these lights is important.

    How to Replace a License Plate Bulb on a Nissan. Your Nissan has two standard light bulbs illuminating your car's rear license plate, so it can be seen at night. If the bulbs burn out, the license plate cannot be read from a distance and must be replaced. If a policeman sees the burned out bulbs, you could end up with a traffic violation and even be fined. You can replace those bulbs with standard license plate bulbs from your car dealer, or with brighter LED lights that are available on the market.