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Headlight Bulb High Beam and Low Beam
Brake Light Bulb
Tail Light Bulb
Daytime Running Light Bulb
Side Marker Light Bulb Front
Side Marker Light Bulb Rear
Dome Light Bulb
The GMC Acadia first went on sale in the United States, Mexico, and Canada in 2007. It replaced the GMC Safari, GMC Envoy, and Pontiac Montana, which offered 7 or 8 seats. The current model boasts of LED headlamps.
Bulb types used
Depending on the model year, the GMC Acadia comes with varying bulb types for its headlights and fog lights. The midsize SUV adopts either an H11, H7, 9012, D1S, or D3S bulb for its high beam and low beam headlights and an H8, H11, H16, or PS24WFF bulb for its fog lights.
Upgrading to aftermarket LED/HID lamps
One of the most essential factors that car owners should be aware of before switching to aftermarket LED and HID lamps is alignment. Headlights are normally designed to fit either right-hand or left-hand drive vehicles. The former tilt downwards to the right while the latter tilt upwards towards the left. Before buying, it’s vital to first understand what type of LED or HID headlight fits your car.
Advantages of upgrading to LED/HID technology
- Increased durability
- Environmentally responsible lighting
- Eliminates glare
- Better aesthetics
- Gives a more luxurious appearance
How to choose the correct bulb size for LED/HID lamps
- Online Search
We have a detailed and comprehensive GMC Acadia light bulb replacement chart that contains all the bulb sizes for your GMC. You can browse through the chart to find the right bulb size for your car’s model year.
- Factory bulbs
If you can gain access to your factory bulbs, check to see if they have a part number indicated on their casing. This number represents the correct size that you should buy for your replacement bulbs.
- Vehicle manual
You can also take a look at your car manual to find out what bulb size fits your GMC Acadia. Such information is typically located under the maintenance section.
- Contact your car dealer
Alternatively, you can reach out to your car dealer or vehicle manufacturer to inquire about your bulb sizes. All you need to do is provide them with your Vehicle Identification Number (VIN).
Installing new bulbs
- Turn the wheel under the headlight you’re working on outward.
- Unscrew the inner fender liner to remove it.
- Turn the cap that protects the headlight housing from the back counter-clockwise.
- Locate the headlight bulb you’d like to remove and make a quarter-turn on it to the left.
- Remove it and replace it with a new bulb.
- Test the new bulb to see if it works.
- Re-install the fender liner.
- Latex gloves
- Small flat-blade screwdriver
- 10mm socket, ratchet and extension
1. How much does it cost to replace a headlight bulb?
The average cost of replacing halogen bulbs ranges between $15 and $20 while that of HID bulbs can cost anywhere from $100 and above. When it comes to replacing the entire headlight assembly, the cost could range anywhere between $250 and $700.
- First generation (2007–2017)
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