Chevrolet Spark Headlight Bulb Size

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Headlight Bulb High Beam and 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
Side Marker Light Bulb Front
Side Marker Light Bulb Rear
Trunk or Cargo Area Light
Trunk or Cargo Area Light
Dome Light Bulb
Map Light Bulb
Map Light Bulb

The Chevrolet Spark was initially marketed as the Daewoo Matiz. Its first generation debuted in South Korea in 1998. Since then, the car has undergone several modifications. It’s currently in its fourth generation, boasting improved features and updated headlights.

Bulb type used in headlights

For the high and low beam lamps, the Chevy Spark uses the H13 bulb. The fog lights utilize the H11 or H8 bulb depending on which year your vehicle was produced. The only LEDs used are those found in the center high mount stop light or 3rd brake light.

Upgrading from factory bulbs to aftermarket LED/HID

Upgrading your bulbs to aftermarket LED/HID headlights is often an easy process that can be done at home. Depending on the car you drive, the complexity of the process may vary. Some headlights are harder than others. The type of headlight used also determines how easy the process will be. Nonetheless, if you pay attention to the fine details, you can successfully change your headlights without experiencing major difficulties.

Advantages of upgrading headlights from halogen to HID/LED technology

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  1. HIDs and LEDs last longer than halogen headlights
  2. They are also easier to install.
  3. Quality LEDs and HIDs save money as they last up to 9 times longer than halogen headlights.
  4. HIDs and LEDs are also brighter.
  5. They improve driving safety, especially at night.

How to choose the correct bulb size for LED/HID lamps

There are four ways in which you can determine the correct bulb size for your LED/HID lamps:

  • Contact your vehicle manufacturer

By reaching out to your vehicle manufacturer or dealership, you’ll be able to get the details you require about your vehicle’s bulb size. All you’ll need to do is provide your Vehicle Identification Number and let your manufacturer find the information for you.

  • Check your existing bulbs

Taking a look at your existing bulbs will reveal a part/size number that should guide you when it comes to determining the correct bulb size for your LED/HID lamps.

  • Use your vehicle’s manual

A vehicle’s manual normally includes several instructions that are helpful when it comes to replacing parts on your car. Under the Vehicle Maintenance section, you should be able to find information regarding your vehicle’s bulb sizes.

  • Our Chevy Spark light bulb replacement guide

Our online chart helps car owners determine what bulb size their Chevy Spark needs. All you have to do is key in your vehicle’s year of manufacture and trim.

Installing new bulbs

  1. Open the hood of your car and locate the headlight housing.
  2. Find the bulb you’d like to replace and twist it to the left to remove it.
  3. Press the clip that holds the bulb to release it. 
  4. Replace the old bulb with the new one.
  5. Test your headlights to see if they work.

Additional equipment

In addition to having a new replacement bulb, you may need some alcohol wipes and tissues for cleaning the new bulb and a screwdriver for detaching the housing from the car.

Q&A Section

Can you change a headlight bulb yourself?

Depending on the type of car you have, you can change your headlight bulb using a simple step-by-step process. Make sure you have the right replacement bulb before starting the process.

Is it easy to replace headlight bulbs?

Replacing your headlight bulbs is a relatively painless process.


  • First generation (M100, M150; 1998–2005)
  • Second generation (M200, M250; 2005–2009)

Bulb replacement

Hi my name is notches I will show in this video how to change the bulb in front headlight from Chevrolet Spark the headlight has two hex bolts which I will remove now using a ten millimetres pipe arranged this is the first crew and the second screw put aside the two screws the headlight still has another grid point that is less visible at the bottom of it and it must be moved easily with both hands and pulled in the direction of the other headlight the grip can be seen on the left side of the image between car body and windshield fluid tank by moving and pulling the headlight will come out from the grip after ballhead grip is out of the retaining Clips the lighthouse can be detached now I remove the power connection by gently tilting and then remove the protective rubber cap by easily pulling from all…

  • Third generation (M300; 2009–2015)
  • Fourth generation (M400; 2016–present)

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8 thoughts on “Chevrolet Spark Headlight Bulb Size”

  1. I have a fourth generation spark and it does not use the H13 bulb. That is a dual beam bulb and I have a projector housing totaling three headlight bulbs in each housing.

    • Wade, you are right, you’ve got 9008 bulb (or H13 it’s the same), and your vehicle uses a single “dual filament” bulb. You can easily install xenon kit

      • Since I have a bulb for low beam and a separate bulb for high beam wouldnt that be considered a single filament or single beam bulb? There’s also a third smaller bulb in there that is lower power and lights up the road signs where the projector’s beams dont hit.


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