Chevrolet Sonic Bulb Size

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2019 Chevrolet Sonic ChartBuy Bulb on Amazon
Headlight Bulb High Beam
Headlight Bulb Low Beam
Center High Mount Stop Light Bulb
Brake Light Bulb
Turn Signal Light Bulb Front
License Plate Light Bulb
License Plate Light Bulb
Parking Light Bulb
Tail Light Bulb
Daytime Running Light Bulb
Turn Signal Light Bulb Rear
Back Up Reverse Light Bulb
Side Marker Light Bulb Front
Dome Light Bulb
Dome Light Bulb
Map Light Bulb
Map Light Bulb

To get the correct the bulbs regarding the size, you should look over the table included here.

Reasons for replacing the bulbs on a Chevy Sonic

One of the reasons is already mentioned at the beginning of the article. Since it is a budget vehicle, no one should expect LED bulbs around it, so replacing the factory halogen or HID lights with LED will give it a new and more modern look.

Esthetics aside, there is a far more important reason for making the replacement, and that is a burnt bulb. If a headlight bulb is not working, then you would be only seeing half of the road, so replacing it is essential. While you are making that replacement, you can get a pair of LED bulbs and replace them both. With that, you will also be getting headlights that shine brighter.

Upsides to replacing the bulbs with LEDs on the Sonic?

You already have one – higher brightness. LED bulbs will almost always be brighter than HID or halogen lights but without sacrifice to power of heat output.

Older bulbs can heat up quite a bit and, over time, may start to damage the plastic around them. If you replace them with LEDs, then that problem will go away. On the efficiency side of things, LED bulbs will consume much less power than regular ones. That will have no impact on the vehicle’s power, but the more power the bulbs draw, the more power the alternator will need to send, and that may affect its longevity.

On the topic of longevity, if you decide to replace the old bulb with LEDs, then you can count on the fact that you may not need to replace them for quite a while. LEDs will last much more than any HID or halogen bulbs.

Procedure for replacing headlight bulbs on Chevrolet Sonic

This procedure is relatively simple, but you will need to squeeze your hand in a bit tight space.

Before you start doing anything, make sure to have the vehicle’s battery unplugged. Locate the plastic cover on the back of the headlight assembly and unscrew it. With that removed, wiggle the bulb with the cable attached until it comes out. Unplug the cable and replace the bulb. Make sure you are putting the new bulb in the same orientation as the old one.

Can I replace the high and low beam at once?

Yes, both bulbs are next to each other on the headlight assembly, so you can change both.

Are the packages with all LED bulbs for the Sonic?

Yes, if you want, you can get an LED kit with all bulbs that you would need to replace.

  • First generation (2002–2011)
  • Second generation (2012–present)

Bulb replacement

Without your images hey baby today we’re replacing the high beam on this 2013 Chevy Sonic to start you need to remove the dust cover by twisting counterclockwise now to remove the bulb twist counterclockwise and take the bulb out to remove the bulb from the socket unclip it with a flat head screwdriver and separate it from the connector we’re replacing the stock bulb with our high-performance TS see our model LED lights first connect the LEDs capacitor now let’s compare the two bulbs as you can see here the two bulbs have the same securing brackets and they also have the same plug our plug-and-play capability ensures easy installation so let’s do the install so before you install the bulb match up the tabs from the original…

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